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Message 324098 - Posted: 3 Jun 2006, 0:50:58 UTC

I get the following error messages though my computer is always on (100%) and BOINC is set to run always and network activity is always available.

02/06/06 17:45:50|SETI@home|Message from server: No work sent
02/06/06 17:45:50|SETI@home|Message from server: (won't finish in time) Computer on 0.0% of time, BOINC on 99.1% of that, this project gets 33.3% of that


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Message 324636 - Posted: 3 Jun 2006, 5:55:04 UTC

OK, but how much of the time is your computer actually on? And if it is on, did you remember to restart BOINC?


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Message 325001 - Posted: 3 Jun 2006, 15:18:36 UTC - in response to Message 324636.

OK, but how much of the time is your computer actually on? And if it is on, did you remember to restart BOINC?


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Message 325002 - Posted: 3 Jun 2006, 15:22:38 UTC - in response to Message 324636.

My computer is always on. If it does happen to get shut off, BOINC is in the start up folder and starts on boot. No screen savers are active. I have power settings set to always on except that the monitor turns off after 30 minutes.


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