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Old 2016-02-02, 03:10   #6
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Originally Posted by mattmill30 View Post
However, my question is whether primenet is correct in reporting that neither factor is valid for M332347303?
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Originally Posted by firejuggler View Post
Already answered. They are both factors of a different Mersenne number and cannot be the factor of M332347303.

Couple of things:
1) The composite factor is 95 bits. So it should not have been found by the mfaktc run for 77-81 bit level(s).
2) It is for a completely different exponent.

Conclusion
There was internal corruption during that particular mfaktc run, where both the exponent and the bitlevel got corrupted.

EDIT:- Please redo the entire run.

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