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Old 2016-02-02, 03:10   #6
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Originally Posted by mattmill30 View Post
However, my question is whether primenet is correct in reporting that neither factor is valid for M332347303?
Originally Posted by firejuggler View Post
Already answered. They are both factors of a different Mersenne number and cannot be the factor of M332347303.

Couple of things:
1) The composite factor is 95 bits. So it should not have been found by the mfaktc run for 77-81 bit level(s).
2) It is for a completely different exponent.

There was internal corruption during that particular mfaktc run, where both the exponent and the bitlevel got corrupted.

EDIT:- Please redo the entire run.

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