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Old 2008-11-19, 07:19   #111
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Thank you Scott for "fixing" (i.e. ".") the V5 server's user id code. I have logged on and linked my V4 user id. My LL and TF V4 credit in P90 years matches the values on Team Prime Rib's "frozen" 10/20/08 status pages so it appears that my V4 credit was successfully retrieved from anonymous.

One of the nicest things about participating in GIMPS is the fact that George and you pay attention to your users. Thanks again.
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Old 2008-11-19, 15:56   #112
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Default CPU Duplicated....

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Old 2008-11-19, 16:28   #113
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Just a thought ... I had to reinstall XP on this PC on Monday but I did save the entire Prime95 directory before hand and restore it after the reinstall.
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Old 2008-11-19, 17:39   #114
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Just a thought ... I had to reinstall XP on this PC on Monday but I did save the entire Prime95 directory before hand and restore it after the reinstall.
The client generates a unique identifier for each computer. Some Windows ID goes into generating the computer ID. I'll bet the Windows reinstall caused the client to generate a new computer ID.
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Old 2008-11-19, 19:32   #115
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The client generates a unique identifier for each computer. Some Windows ID goes into generating the computer ID. I'll bet the Windows reinstall caused the client to generate a new computer ID.
Another curiosity is that both assignments shown on the CPU report show as complete by this same CPU in the last day.
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Old 2008-11-19, 21:15   #116
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My double-check exponent 19050917 was credited to Anonymous on 11/16 while my user name was blanked out at work (computer name: work-new). It is still credited to Anonymous and has not changed with any of the fixes.

Also much of my V4 work was double checking and is credited as first-time testing.
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Old 2008-11-19, 23:20   #117
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Default Version 5 only sends work to one of four cores

Before loading the latest version (5) I was running four instances of prime95, one for each core of a quad. I was able to see in 'performance' on the task manager that all four cores went to 100% busy when load testing.
After I installed 5, I noticed that when I torture test, all cores go 100% busy. When I am doing prime finding work only cpu3 is 100% busy. The other cores are doing nothing. I can play games and so on.
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Old 2008-11-20, 23:01   #118
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Default CPU Report Ghz-Days Discrepancy for 1 CPU

On report http://www.mersenne.org/cpus/ there is a column labelled GHz-Days

For every computer this number seems to be quite accurate EXCEPT Dungeon which is VERY LOW ... it show 0.1509 and if I add up all my results I get closer to 6.0. I can't find a subset of results that adds up to 0.1509 but then I believe it has been 0.1509 almost from the day I upgraded to v5 on Oct 27.
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On report http://www.mersenne.org/cpus/ there is a column labelled GHz-Days

For every computer this number seems to be quite accurate EXCEPT Dungeon which is VERY LOW ... it show 0.1509 and if I add up all my results I get closer to 6.0. I can't find a subset of results that adds up to 0.1509 but then I believe it has been 0.1509 almost from the day I upgraded to v5 on Oct 27.
Follow up....this CPU completes about 50 2^58 to 2^64 tests per day. It reports in at 62, 63 and 64 bits with credits of .0022, .0029 and .0055 credits respectively, for a total of .0106 credits per TF.

In the past day this CPU received .0029 credits: One 63-64 bit TF.
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Old 2008-11-23, 16:06   #120
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I am unable to change my password on the v5 server. Is there a special place to do this? I've tried going to "My Account"->"Update Settings", and then entering a new password at the top of that page twice, but I just get an error message at the top of the screen saying, "Password incorrect on existing account - please re-enter.".
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I am unable to change my password on the v5 server. Is there a special place to do this?
There is no way to do this presently
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