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Message 844537 - Posted: 24 Dec 2008, 12:37:23 UTC
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After spending some getting cuda to operate on my system, a bit of a possible issue has cropped up. With the VLAR problem and others I decided to stop processing cuda for a while. I haven't totally given up, just a pause for a while. This is a machine that the whole family uses so I need things to be seemless and in the backround. It basicly was before. Now, I changed the "Use Graphic Processor" setting to NO. It continuoued to burn through the remaining 6.03wu's and cuda completed/errored or I aborted the rest of the 6.05cuda's. Before all of this was done and since, I noticed my screen pixelating some and the screensaver (boinc/seti) showing horrible tearing/pixelation. To the point it was bearly viewable. This has continuoued after the 6.05's were done and only stopped after a reboot. My question is what could be causing this? My first thought is a memory leak and probably the video driver. Anything else? Card temps were fine the same as before cuda (43c)


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Message 844597 - Posted: 24 Dec 2008, 16:01:17 UTC

Most likely drivers... When my drivers stop responding this is exactly what happens...
Stupid thing...
I will run cuda only when I am there to monitor the PC...
Way to many bugs!




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