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Old 2004-10-01, 08:46   #1
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Default How to find factors I found with TF?

Until now I find 10 factors with TF. But recently 5 of them disapear from my personal report. Is there a way to find them somewhere else? I didn't take a note what was exponent and what was factor I found (with length in bits).

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Old 2004-10-01, 09:36   #2
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Hi, Edo!

The first place to look is the results.txt file in your Prime95 directory. If you haven't edited it, it should contain all the work your comp has finished so far.
You could also search the Cleared Exponents Report, although it'll probably match with your Account Report. Another place to look is ftp://mersenne.org/gimps/FACTORS.ZIP. It contains a database of found factors, sorted by exponent (first no. = exponent, second no. = factor). You need ftp://mersenne.org/gimps/decomp.zip, to decompress the factor.cmp file. Of cause this is the least helpful place, since the file lacks account info.

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Old 2004-10-01, 14:33   #3
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If you cannot find them, post your userID and I will look for them in an archived cleared.txt
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Old 2004-10-01, 19:16   #4
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Thanks! garo helped me to find all my missing factors. Much appreciated!

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