Posts by plz_delete

1) Questions and Answers : Windows : Lots of computation errors (Message 97327)
Posted 11 Jun 2020 by plz_delete
Oh, I didn't realize I set them as hidden. Didn't change any overclock settings but will get a multimeter to check the PSU.

I think I found the issue, something broke all running tasks on the 9th. Likely do to a Windows update or patch. But it seems the issue was limited to the batch of tasks running at a certain time and everything is now running correctly again. I'll continue to monitor.
2) Questions and Answers : Windows : Lots of computation errors (Message 97325)
Posted 11 Jun 2020 by plz_delete
I've been getting a lot of computation errors the past two days. I cannot see the cause in these messages. Only error code 240 that I cannot find any reference to in the error code list.
17 valid tasks and 9 invalid. I've never had this many issues. Can anyone shine a light on this issue?
3) Message boards : News : Switch to using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) (Message 95904)
Posted 3 May 2020 by plz_delete
I did what was recommended in the thread, requested no new tasks, aborted those that hadn't started yet and decided to wait on those that weren't finished yet. All tasks failed when I checked just now and show as abandoned in my profile. I decided to switch because the damage was done and when I tried to remove the BOINC client, it crashed.

After manually starting the download and update for the new project, the tasks do come in now.

I feel like I used a sledgehammer to make a ceramic bowl, would have appreciated a step by step guide with best practice. Or maybe the http tasks were cancelled from Rosetta's end?
4) Questions and Answers : Windows : How do I exit the program properly? (Message 92278)
Posted 25 Mar 2020 by plz_delete
What is the correct procedure to exit the program? I tried suspending the tasks yesterday and that seems to result in a lot of errors.

I assumed that when there are less tasks, the processing power is distributed evenly over the running tasks but that doesn't seem to be the case. (I wanted them to finish before I restart my PC).

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