About wery old account befere BOINC

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Message 2040273 - Posted: 25 Mar 2020, 10:33:21 UTC

Hi there! Sorry, if I choose wrong topic to ask my question but maybe admins would like to help me.
As project going to be cloed for BOINC users I will be wery glad if there any chanses to found my first account and add some points to this one. Main problm that all what i remember is configuration of PC from early times it Celeron 333 and Intel740 gpu, Win95 or 98 and year when i join team is like 2000.
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Message 2040292 - Posted: 25 Mar 2020, 12:26:58 UTC

To "merge" your old (pre-BOINC) account you need to remember the email address that you used to set it up. There used to be a set of instructions, but I can't remember where they were kept.
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Message 2040296 - Posted: 25 Mar 2020, 12:32:18 UTC - in response to Message 2040292.  
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To "merge" your old (pre-BOINC) account you need to remember the email address that you used to set it up. There used to be a set of instructions, but I can't remember where they were kept.


Thanks Rob !!!
oh Lord, maybe only domaine - thats all. To whom I can write in PM?
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