Ondrej Scerbej wrote:Hi there Kulith!
# Restart your computer and start pressing the F8 key on your keyboard. (On a computer that is configured for booting to multiple operating systems, you can press the F8 key when the Boot Menu appears.)
# When the Windows Advanced Options menu appears, select the option "Disable automatic restart on system failure" and then press ENTER. (With that boot option selected, you will have time enough to read all the BSOD information you want if/when it appears.)
I hope this helps...
Flying Fox wrote:SETI@home uses the GPU now?
Kulith wrote:Flying Fox wrote:SETI@home uses the GPU now?
doesn't it? It says it utilizes nvidia cuda technology
tfp wrote:I wouldn't use the CUDA app yet, it has a number of issue most of them being with cranking out invalid work for a range for WUs. I think there might be some memory leaks as well. I didn't have problems with BSOD when I used it however.
They did not have a proper beta test of the app, it was also "top secret" and only spent a few days in beta. I believe this was Nvidia's wish. The quality of the released app is sub par. I would not use it for now and just use the normal optimized app. They will pound out the bugs but until they do I wouldn't bother.
There is another GPU app out there for BOINC that is not seti but I can't remember the project off hand.
Meadows wrote:I don't use any of these stuff (personally, SETI is even more pointless than folding, which is an insult) - but
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