Posts by Koji

1) Questions and Answers : Windows : SETI bos is dying and I need assistance. (Message 1985710)
Posted 18 Mar 2019 by Profile Koji
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Thank you for the information!
2) Questions and Answers : Windows : SETI bos is dying and I need assistance. (Message 1985707)
Posted 18 Mar 2019 by Profile Koji
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Hello!

I have been trying to find some answers, however, luck is not with me.

The Windows 7 PC I have been using to run SETI@home is acting odd, and I am afraid that it is on the verge of dying. I have work in my queue, however, the PC is no longer recognizing any graphics cards I install, which prevents the GPU specific work from starting. I would like to transfer the work to my gaming PC to finish them up, however, the steps that google has told me seem to not work.

I would like to know if I "Reset Project", which says it "deletes" the work, does the work actually get deleted forever... never to be processed? Or does the work go back to UC Berkley to be redistributed to other PC's?

I do not wish to leave work undone, or potentially lose the "wow" signal over hardware dying.

Any information would be greatly appreciated!
thanks!
3) Questions and Answers : Windows : Newbie Question about the Data Info panel (Message 1805753)
Posted 30 Jul 2016 by Profile Koji
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And not even a moment after posting this question, I found the answer, lol!

http://seticlassic.ssl.berkeley.edu/screensaver/data_info.html
4) Questions and Answers : Windows : Newbie Question about the Data Info panel (Message 1805752)
Posted 30 Jul 2016 by Profile Koji
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Greetings all!

I am new to running SETI@home, though my brother growing up ran it on our parents computer.

I was curious to know more about the Data Info panel; I see that it says the data is from Dec. 31, 2010...

Is that the date the data my PC is crunching from, or is what I see on the graphics just a visual, not real-time, place holder just for show?

I tried googling the answer, but found nothing.

thanks!





 
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