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Old 2020-09-16, 16:06   #1
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Default Display speed problems in Prime95 ECM factorization

How can I limit the ECM factorization checking's display output (print once every 1000 primes checked or print once for every next prime after a multiple of 1000, instead of print once for every prime) and preventing the program from crashing?
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How can I limit the ECM factorization checking's display output (print once every 1000 primes checked or print once for every next prime after a multiple of 1000, instead of print once for every prime) and preventing the program from crashing?
If it's crashing then you will have to this manually. Make sure Prime95 is not loaded. Go to your folder and look for prime.txt. Open it and look for what is below:

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OutputIterations=xxxx
xxxx above is a number. Try starting at 10000 then adjust it to your liking. I've had this problem in the past.
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