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  2. Product: HP Xw6600 Workstation Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-Bit) https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/problem-that-shows-32GB-RAM-but-Usable-24GB-RAM/m-p/7629294#M32697 https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/211-Memory-Warning-Condition-Detected-Slot-2-203-Memory/m-p/7632851#M32744 posted and here ^^^^ I have 8 RAM slots and 8 RAM chips IN my CASE TWO CHIPS ARE ERRONEOUS --- faulty 2 chips or slots are the: 2, 4 --- i cleaned slots and chips and re-inserted but the problem persist Remove completely chips in slots 2 and 4 ... or...? sometimes shows during boot 211 - Memory Warning Condition Detected Slot 2 but sometimes 203 Memory module failed self-test and failing rank was disabled Slot 4 If chips problematic must be removed from PC?? // In BIOS see the post ^^^^ shows 8 x 4GB --- Ram but in windows 32GB -- Usable 24GB in other words, according to: https://support.hp.com/si-en/document/c01319077 leave blank 6/8 slots... ??? Required DIMM installation order Use the following sequence as a guide for installing memory (see the following figure for socket location): Install a single DIMM configuration in socket 1. Install a two-DIMM configuration as a matched pairs in sockets 1/5. Install a four-DIMM configuration as two matched pairs in sockets 1/3, and 5/7. Install a six-DIMM configuration as three matched pairs in sockets 1/3, 5/7, and 2/4. Install an eight-DIMM configuration as four matched pairs in sockets 1/3, 5/7, 2/4, and 6/8.
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  4. Make sure you're running version 7.6.13 as the work unit request retries do not exceed 1 hour buffers. On 7.6.9 it would be up to 8 hours as abuffer.
  5. Our berets were made in Vietnam and not by the same person, it came down to who had them on hand at the time. Just luck of the draw as to which person made them. I do understand that from the start more work units had to be folded in order to get the points. MichaelB was a great team member but lost heart after his wife passed and I will always think of him with great respect.
  6. Great memories I bet @Guns. i love photos like this. Out of interest, your beret flash is over your right eye, yet others are wearing theirs over their left eye? Is there a reason? I was thinking regiment? Points wise, I seem to recall back in 2004 the large WU was 600 points. I don't recall GPU folding on my 9800Pro I think it was just CPU. I also seen to remeber a third party peice of software to monitor your output. When I look at the Team Members and see people like MichaelB who has completed 61.5k WU's for 57m points it just goes to show as today just over a 1000 WU's will give you that many points.
  7. Thank you Tx Redneck. I do wonder what kind of points were compiled per day when people first started folding. It would be interesting to look at production between then and current stats, as budget is the limiting factor for all of us we do the best we can.
  8. Some of our members have been folding for a long time. I started on October 2nd 2008 with a pair of 9800 GT cards and when they folded 8000 PPD boy was I ecstatic. Things have come a long way since then, some of our members that started back in 2003 can tell about a lot fewer PPD than that. The computers were more power hungry with a lot less production. My electric at times after getting more than one rig folding was going up to just under $600.00 per month for the whole house. Now folding with central air and a window unit in the computer room the power is a lot less, with around $150.00 electric bill and able to fold over 1.5 million PPD on two cards. Another blast from the past this old picture was taken back in 1969 on Ranger Hill An Khe Vietnam I am on the bottom right with the M60 machine gun I carried for 18 months. As my ole friend and fishing buddy CB would say FOLD ON!
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  10. Looks like M$ has now added Linux kernel to Win10. https://www-theverge-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.theverge.com/platform/amp/2020/5/27/21271655/microsoft-windows-10-may-2020-update-download-available?amp_js_v=a3&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQFKAGwASA%3D#referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From %1%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theverge.com%2F2020%2F5%2F27%2F21271655%2Fmicrosoft-windows-10-may-2020-update-download-available
  11. I'll double check my lappy to see if this update is installed, but I haven't personally had any issues so far. I also noticed in Grinlers article there's details on removing said update and then reinstalling drivers... Specifically noting the mention of Intel drivers. Perhaps the problem is hitting Intel based machines more so? Nothing personal against Intel here (though my lappy runs a Ryzen 5 3500U with Vega graphics). Also going to check my fiancee's lappy to see if that's what been causing her issues with crashes during 3D rendering (Daz3D Studio). Her machine is running an Intel i5-8300H with nVidia GTX1050. We are getting back into the swing of things, even if on a slow boat! It does seem that M$ is working on an update to fix things. https://betanews.com/2020/05/25/windows-10-kb4556799-problems/
  12. You might have a look at Grinlers article over at Bleeping Computer that the forbes article is based upon. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/microsoft/windows-10-kb4556799-update-wont-install-has-audio-issues-bugs/
  13. Seems this could be a real problem for Win10 users. I'd assume that this update could be ignored (as in do not install), or if already installed just remove it so it won't cause these issues. Anyone have any problems with this one yet? Recommendations on how to resolve or avoid such problems? https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2020/05/19/microsoft-windows-10-warning-crashes-bsod-chrome-browser-slowdown-gaming-problems-upgrade-windows-10-free/#482810637671
  14. @Tx Redneck Looks like he's on his way back..
  15. nigsy

    What's the purpose

    Is this the start of the end for independent open source software? Is this just M$ trying to 'assimilate' the competition? Just run Linux in a VM from windows if you want to have both worlds and don't want to dual boot. But we also have Wine in linux so we can run .exe files.
  16. Seen these articles on my Google feed (via Android smartphone [LG K8+]). This makes absolutely no sense at all to me. Why would anyone want to run Linux apps in Windows?? https://itsfoss.com/run-linux-apps-windows-wsl/ https://devblogs.microsoft.com/directx/directx-heart-linux/ Granted, my new lappy came running Win10... I can see keeping Windows for gaming maybe, but anything else is just so much smarter to do in Linux. Dual boot would cover bases for gaming and all. But if working with Linux programs, it's best to keep it in Linux! Thoughts? Opinions?
  17. Hello @marienoel123 and Thanks for your interest in our software. You're correct in that all of our product support is done via an Ticket Based, email system, we do not do telephone support. We've found this to be the most effective and efficient means to support our software. If you're needing product support, please open a ticket with our Help desk. They are available 7 days a week, from 7AM to 1AM EST and can be reached at https://www.pcmatic.com/support/ Hang tight! Tx
  18. Nice choice. You've got good taste in your tune selections.
  19. Chance are it's been rode hard and put up wet since it was all used for BTC mining, but I'm not real sure, I just know he didn't feel like messing with it at the time he'd mentioned it. Tx
  20. Still kickin', still [email protected] Thanks.
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