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    So I got a BSoD while WCG was running and when I restarted and then start WCG again it only show a window, nothing in it. So I uninstalled it and reinstalled it but it did the same thing. What do I do to fix it?

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    Are you talking about the BOINC manager window being blank?


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    Did you catch the BSOD code??
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    Default Re: BSoD while WCG was running...

    Quote Originally Posted by nanoprobe View Post
    Are you talking about the BOINC manager window being blank?
    I guess, it's the window when I run the program for WCG

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Did you catch the BSOD code??
    Yes...It was unrelated but if you must know it was a 0x0F4. And yes I know that is a corrupted OS file error, and no I am not going to reinstall windows because I'm too lazy and it doesn't happen often.

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    Default Re: BSoD while WCG was running...

    If you have enabled the gpu you may have some crashes. Its beta. I have had some problems with the AMD driver crashing since I started using the gpu. I suspended it and havent had any issues yet.

    Also after you restart and window is blank you can select the wcg file and click update it will get moving again. Or it will wait until the next scheduled update to start. No need to uninstall.
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    BOINC by default has a hidden folder. You must set your OS to show hidden files and folders. After doing that uninstall BOINC. Then, in Win7 go to My Computer>C drive> Program Data and delete the BOINC folder. IN XP go to My Computer>C drive>Documents and Settings>All Users>Application Data and delete the BOINC folder. Reinstall BOINC, reattach to WCG and start crunching again.
    0x0F4 can be something else. Bug Check 0xF4: CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION


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    Default Re: BSoD while WCG was running...

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    If you have enabled the gpu you may have some crashes. Its beta. I have had some problems with the AMD driver crashing since I started using the gpu. I suspended it and havent had any issues yet.

    Also after you restart and window is blank you can select the wcg file and click update it will get moving again. Or it will wait until the next scheduled update to start. No need to uninstall.
    There is nothing to click, it's just a window frame. And the BSoD was completely unrelated to WCG, I f'ed up my OS files at sometime so it does it every now and again.

    Quote Originally Posted by nanoprobe View Post
    BOINC by default has a hidden folder. You must set your OS to show hidden files and folders. After doing that uninstall BOINC. Then, in Win7 go to My Computer>C drive> Program Data and delete the BOINC folder. IN XP go to My Computer>C drive>Documents and Settings>All Users>Application Data and delete the BOINC folder. Reinstall BOINC, reattach to WCG and start crunching again.
    0x0F4 can be something else. Bug Check 0xF4: CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION
    I had it save the data to the same folder as the program and I deleted it after uninstalling and had the same thing happen on reinstall, it seemed to still have other files stored somewhere. I'll check out that link later thanks.

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    Default Re: BSoD while WCG was running...

    Well you definitely have the right cpu for wcg. Very nice rig you are running. One thing to note when uninstalling, run CCleaner after uninstalling to remove the BOINC registry entries (or remove them manually). After that you will get a fresh re-install. I start with an un-install & re-install if the client is working correctly. A bit heavy-handed but it works. Please note, even after un-installing with the program or through windows control panel, the program directory will still remain. By default it is program files/boinc (or program files (x86)/boinc). Delete it manually. (sorry Linux users, I have no experience with that OS). After re-install check the faq for specific issues: World Community Grid - View Thread - The Start Here Forum Frequently Asked Questions Index

    Perhaps in your case wcg is bringing out some system instability that has not otherwise made itself known. Try gradually ramping up the boinc client's resource use and see how your system behaves. Turn off gpu use in the client preferences, and make sure are not set to participate in beta projects in wcg home, my grid. Configure the client to run at say 20% cpu and 30% ram utilization and let it run for a couple days. Incrementally increase resource use and give the system a day or two in between to run. Try to get to 100% cpu usage and whatever ram usage suits you, say 50%. Install an app to monitor cpu, nb, and mobo temps. I use HWMonitor: CPUID - System & hardware benchmark, monitoring, reporting

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    Default Re: BSoD while WCG was running...

    Your system is not stable. Increase CPU voltage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan.B View Post
    Well you definitely have the right cpu for wcg. Very nice rig you are running. One thing to note when uninstalling, run CCleaner after uninstalling to remove the BOINC registry entries (or remove them manually). After that you will get a fresh re-install. I start with an un-install & re-install if the client is working correctly. A bit heavy-handed but it works. Please note, even after un-installing with the program or through windows control panel, the program directory will still remain. By default it is program files/boinc (or program files (x86)/boinc). Delete it manually. (sorry Linux users, I have no experience with that OS). After re-install check the faq for specific issues: World Community Grid - View Thread - The Start Here Forum Frequently Asked Questions Index

    Perhaps in your case wcg is bringing out some system instability that has not otherwise made itself known. Try gradually ramping up the boinc client's resource use and see how your system behaves. Turn off gpu use in the client preferences, and make sure are not set to participate in beta projects in wcg home, my grid. Configure the client to run at say 20% cpu and 30% ram utilization and let it run for a couple days. Incrementally increase resource use and give the system a day or two in between to run. Try to get to 100% cpu usage and whatever ram usage suits you, say 50%. Install an app to monitor cpu, nb, and mobo temps. I use HWMonitor: CPUID - System & hardware benchmark, monitoring, reporting

    Keep us posted on your progress.
    Thanks, never thought of the registry cleaner.

    That error is a corrupted OS file, that file was corrupted when I had the wrong sleep mode for my SSD which caused it to randomly disconnect from the system. The only reason I haven't fixed it yet is because I'd need to reinstall windows and I'm too lazy for that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Your system is not stable. Increase CPU voltage
    My system is perfectly stable, I'm using like 1.4v for only 3.5GHz. And that error is completely unrelated to anything for overclocking or this program.

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    CCleaner did remove BIONIC files from the registry but WCG still does the same thing and the installer still remembers where I put it's folders.

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    Try a repair install. That will keep all your files and folders and should fix your corruption error. If you deleted the hidden BOINC folder and you still have the problems with BOINC after a reinstall than I don't know what else to suggest.


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    In most probability, the system is NOT stable. Run Prime 95 or LinX for 4 hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    In most probability, the system is NOT stable. Run Prime 95 or LinX for 4 hours
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