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Old 2008-02-20, 18:33   #1
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Default Moving partial work done with prime95 to other pc

I was testing two exponents with prime95, but I had to format the machine.

I previously made a backup of the Prime95 directory.

Now I have the new system instalded, so I copied the Prime95 folder into the Program Files direcotry, and doubled clicked on Prime95.exe

Now I think that it has started to calculate the exponent from the begining because of the primenet result:


prime fact current days
exponent bits iteration run / to go / exp date updated date assigned computer ID Mhz Ver
-------- -- ---- --------- ----------------- --------------- --------------- ------------ ---- ---
41560663 69 62.7 82.0 61.0 20-Feb-08 18:23 20-Dec-07 02:40 Dami_Nbk_1 1728 v19/v20
41560669 69 15947712 62.7 38.3 59.3 19-Feb-08 00:37 20-Dec-07 02:45 Dami_Nbk_2 1729 v19/v20

The exponent 41560663 looks like it started again because there is nothing in the current iteration field.

The other exponent 41560669 was the other exponent I was checking because the procesor is dual-core, but I don't know how to continue with this exponent.

Can somebody help me? I dont want to have to start testing the exponents again!
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Old 2008-02-20, 19:12   #2
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When you say you took a backup of the Prime95 directory do you really mean the directory Prime95 or do you mean the contents of that directory?

It is possible you have the wrong file permissions if you have restored from a backup CD.

You might want to post the results of the "dir /A" command for the contents of the directory
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Old 2008-02-20, 23:27   #3
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I made a backup of the hole directory with its contents.

Here is the output of the dir /A command:

El volumen de la unidad C no tiene etiqueta.
El nĀ£mero de serie del volumen es: 8061-D038

Directorio de C:\Archivos de programa\Prime95

20/02/2008 20:26 <DIR> .
20/02/2008 20:26 <DIR> ..
20/02/2008 20:26 0 coso.txt
19/12/2007 23:39 1.544 INSTALL.LOG
19/12/2007 23:39 585 install.sss
23/07/2005 20:00 4.960 License.txt
20/02/2008 15:24 33 loca0001.ini
20/02/2008 16:25 220 local.ini
20/02/2008 20:17 5.195.152 m5G60663
20/02/2008 15:24 74 prim0001.ini
19/12/2007 23:49 488 prime.ini
20/02/2008 15:23 488 prime.log
09/08/2005 14:31 336.082 prime95.chm
09/08/2005 14:32 4.333.568 Prime95.exe
07/03/2005 17:35 30.918 readme.txt
20/02/2008 16:25 144 results.txt
02/01/2005 13:45 7.019 STRESS.TXT
02/07/2005 12:08 15.932 UNDOC.TXT
19/12/2007 23:39 305.600 Uninstall.exe
23/07/2005 20:02 47.814 WHATSNEW.TXT
19/12/2007 23:40 20 worktodo.ini
19 archivos 10.280.641 bytes
2 dirs 153.288.990.720 bytes libres
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Old 2008-02-21, 01:40   #4
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I am sorry for giving you the wrong command

Please post back the results of "dir /a:d" and of "attrib *", both run in your archived Prime95 directory -- use the "code" tags of this message board to make the results look neat.

I do not understand those PrimeNet readings but there must be a few people here who can explain what they mean.

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