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Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide
This is just some simple things that some overlook that might help some new people getting started.





                Are you getting Lower than expected PPD (Points Per Day)
  • Make sure each client has a different machine ID
  • Double check the spelling of your folding name and team number in each of your clients
  • If you have a CPU and GPU folding, try using Process lasso or WinAFC to set affinity and priority of clients ( Cpu- idle / GPU - realtime)
  • Check to make sure your GPU is folding at full 3d clocks



GPU Folding in 2d clocks
  • First try restarting your pc , then re-fire clients to see if that helped
  • Try lowering your overclock,To high of an overclock can cause the driver to stop responding and cause it to downclock
  • Set performance mode in Nvidia Control Panel
  • Try settings in RivaTuner to force 3d clocks
  • Card might be overheating forcing it to downclock Check temps , Maybe need to reapply TIM or check for artifacts for a bad card
  • Always keep the viewer closed, it can cause many system errors.Use HFM.net or FahMon to monitor your progress.



Not Getting bonus Points
  • Make sure you have a passkey Here
  • You must have completed 10 A3 workunits before you will start receiving bonus points
  • Check to see if you are completing the workunits before the deadline
  • Make sure you have a windows password ( Windows password is no longer required with the latest version (6.30))
  • Make sure you are above the 80% completion rate (too many failed/ late wus will drop you below) to remain eligible for the bonus



400 series card won't fold
  • Make sure you have the correct client, 400 series need the need GPU3 Client to fold GPU3 Client here
  • Stanford on the GPU3 Client  Guide
  • Console Client for GPU3 can be found Here
  • Add this flag to your command line in the shortcut -forcegpu nvidia_fermi
  • Also take a look at thie Guide from Stanford on the GPU3 client Here

Getting a non-Fermi GPU and Fermi GPU  in the same system to fold
  • Using A Fermi GPU & A Non-Fermi GPU In One System
When combining a Fermi GPU with a Non-Fermi GPU, the Fermi GPU will fold FahCore_15 WUs while the Non-Fermi GPU will fold FahCore_11 WUs. However, if the Non-Fermi GPU attempts to fold a FahCore_15 WU, it will result in an error. These are the following options you have:

Option 1: Use these arguments with the correct GPU:
Fermi GPU: -forcegpu nvidia_fermi
Non-Fermi GPU: -forcegpu nvidia_g80

Option 2: Run one instance of GPU2 Client for the Non-Fermi one and one instance of the GPU3 BETA Client for the Fermi one. IMO, you may want to use the Console Version of both Clients as all the files are included in it and it is a no-nonsense version which makes it easier to set-up and reduces the possibility of errors.


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    zerran2001
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/30 11:10:38 (permalink)
    This is just some of the things that i can think of that people don't know about or overlook.

    Please feel free to post things that i forgot or don't know about myself, it will only make the list better.I will add them to the list as they are posted.


    Hopefully this will be helpful to some.

     



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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/30 11:20:35 (permalink)
    Nice Zerran!

    Here´s few things for the smp client
    Windows password is no longer required with the latest version (6.30)
    Make sure you are above the 80% completion rate (too many failed/ late wus will drop you below) to remain eligible for the bonus
    edit:
    another good source for all the flags
    http://fahwiki.net/index....e,_and_what_they_do%3F
    post edited by Barbarossa - 2010/08/30 11:22:37

     
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/30 11:21:07 (permalink)
    I like what I see so far.  I didn't know about what all the Flags and what they do.  Thanks for that.

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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/30 11:25:29 (permalink)
    Barbarossa

    Nice Zerran!

    Here´s few things for the smp client
    Windows password is no longer required with the latest version (6.30)
    Make sure you are above the 80% completion rate (too many failed/ late wus will drop you below) to remain eligible for the bonus
    edit:
    another good source for all the flags
    http://fahwiki.net/index....e,_and_what_they_do%3F


    Thanks Barbarossa, got them added.

     



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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/30 11:34:39 (permalink)
    AB Was here

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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/30 11:42:58 (permalink)
    Thanks AB , I just hope this will help newer folders that are having problems but don't like to post.

     



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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/30 12:00:30 (permalink)
    nice guide and tips :)

    btw, i´ve noticed that if you have a second monitor attached to the main Card it will downclock your clocks to 2D while folding... don´t ask me why but i was having this issue and then unplugged the second monitor and since that, i never saw a downclock again :)

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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/30 17:25:23 (permalink)
    Throw in some links and flags.

    * gpu3 systray for Nvidia 400
    http://www.stanford.edu/~friedrim/.Folding@home-systray-632.msi
    Command line flag: -gpu X -forcegpu nvidia_fermi
    * gpu2 systray for Nvidia 200/9000:
    http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegroup/folding/release/Folding@home-Win32-GPU-systray-623.msi
    Command line flag: -gpu X -forcegpu nvidia_g80 -advmethods
    * smp2
    http://folding.stanford.edu/English/WinSMPGuide
    Command line flag: -smp -advmethods
    * HFM.net
    http://hfm-net.googlecode.com/files/HFM%20Release%200.5.1.198.msi
    * F@H passkey
    http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/getpasskey.py

     
      
     
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/30 18:48:27 (permalink)
    Hey Big Z!

    Thanx for all the cool stuff you do around here!

    Maybe add don't open the viewer, (cause of slower ppd or crash) use hfm.net instead, and don't use remote desktop, which will mess up gpu folding.

    Thanx again for all your work!


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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/30 19:23:36 (permalink)
    Added more links and info, thanks for stuff that i missed

     



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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/31 06:12:40 (permalink)
    is the the flag -forcegpu nvidia_fermi only if it wont fold or you have a multi gpu setup? sorry if its obvious but i wasnt quite sure when you need it



     




     
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/31 06:46:00 (permalink)
    The answer is it's only needed for muti-GPU setups, and you're right it's not obvious
    Here's some real good info from Stanford about different Fermi setups and combinations:

    http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=59&t=15196
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/31 06:48:25 (permalink)
    or for the 460, if it doesn´t want to fold otherwise. Seems to be hit and miss with them

     
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/08/31 06:55:20 (permalink)
    Barbarossa

    or for the 460, if it doesn´t want to fold otherwise. Seems to be hit and miss with them


    Ah, yes ... I have heard of that being a problem with 460's, forgot about that..
    So I guess it's safe to say use it if everthing else is set up correctly and it still wont recognize the card.

       
                 
      
          
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/23 16:05:39 (permalink)
    bumpty bump bump!

    Could a mod add this to the F@H index sticky?  Maybe in getting started?
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/23 18:05:33 (permalink)
    GG! nice I could have used this when I started out.  Instead I bugged everyone here :)
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/24 03:19:27 (permalink)
    Yes, this would be a good one to sticky. A lot of questions that have popped up recently from the newer folders could have been answered easily with this thread.
    *HINT*

       
                 
      
          
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/24 19:32:04 (permalink)
    Yup, this is a great guide!
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 18:42:49 (permalink)
    I've tried everything in every guide on the internet with no success getting my 460 to fold.  Using Jedi's tracker program.  SMP works fine,  just can't get the 460 to work.  Keep getting the "error starting folding core"  error and "species not recognized"  in the log file.  Tried the fermi flag with no success.

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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 18:47:44 (permalink)
    Uninstall your gpu client software. Then go into C:\Users\{your user name}\AppData\Roaming\Folding@home-gpu and delete everything in there except the client.cfg file. You will have to go into Control Panel Folder Options and turn on show hidden files and folders to see the AppData folder.
     
    Then reinstall the GPU3 client software.
     
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 19:10:45 (permalink)
    Well done!
     
    Just a small thing to add:
     
    If your GPU downclocks, close your GPU client -> right click on Computer -> Manage -> Device Manager -> Display Adapters -> Right click on your card that is at 2D speeds -> Disable -> Then when screen refreshes and everything is huge, right click -> Enable.
     
    This way people don't have to restart everything when a driver decides it wants 2D speeds

       
     
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 19:15:28 (permalink)
    Can't tell you how many times I have done exactly that with no success,  but I jsut did it anyway and am getting the same errors,  except for the species thing.

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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 19:16:21 (permalink)
    How many video cards do you have in your system?

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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 19:21:40 (permalink)
       --- Opening Log file [September 26 02:18:55 UTC] 
    # Windows GPU Systray Edition #################################################
    ###############################################################################                        Folding@Home Client Version 6.30r2                           http://folding.stanford.edu ###############################################################################
    ############################################################################### Launch directory: C:\Users\injy\AppData\Roaming\Folding@home-gpu
    Arguments: -gpu 0 -forcegpu nvidia_fermi -verbosity 9 [02:18:55] - Ask before connecting: No
    [02:18:55] - User name: ctf4175 (Team 111065)
    [02:18:55] - User ID: [02:18:55] - Machine ID: 1
    [02:18:55]
    [02:18:55] Gpu type=3 species=0.
    [02:18:55] Work directory not found. Creating...
    [02:18:55] Could not open work queue, generating new queue...
    [02:18:56] Initialization complete
    [02:18:56] - Preparing to get new work unit...
    [02:18:56] Cleaning up work directory
    [02:18:56] - Autosending finished units... [September 26 02:18:56 UTC]
    [02:18:56] Trying to send all finished work units
    [02:18:56] + No unsent completed units remaining.
    [02:18:56] - Autosend completed
    [02:18:56] + Attempting to get work packet
    [02:18:56] Passkey found
    [02:18:56] - Will indicate memory of 4094 MB
    [02:18:56] Gpu type=3 species=0.
    [02:18:56] - Detect CPU. Vendor: GenuineIntel, Family: 6, Model: 7, Stepping: 10
    [02:18:56] - Connecting to assignment server
    [02:18:56] Connecting to http://assign-GPU.stanford.edu:8080/
    [02:18:56] Posted data.
    [02:18:56] Initial: 43AB; - Successful: assigned to (171.67.108.20).
    [02:18:56] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
    [02:18:56] Loaded queue successfully.
    [02:18:56] Gpu type=3 species=0.
    [02:18:56] Sent data
    [02:18:56] Connecting to http://171.67.108.20:8080/
    [02:18:57] Posted data.
    [02:18:57] Initial: 0000; - Receiving payload (expected size: 44358)
    [02:18:57] Conversation time very short, giving reduced weight in bandwidth avg
    [02:18:57] - Downloaded at ~86 kB/s
    [02:18:57] - Averaged speed for that direction ~86 kB/s
    [02:18:57] + Received work.
    [02:18:57] + Closed connections
    [02:18:57]
    [02:18:57] + Processing work unit
    [02:18:57] Core required: FahCore_15.exe
    [02:18:57] Core not found.
    [02:18:57] - Core is not present or corrupted.
    [02:18:57] - Attempting to download new core...
    [02:18:57] + Downloading new core: FahCore_15.exe
    [02:18:57] Downloading core (/~pande/Win32/x86/NVIDIA/Fermi/Core_15.fah from www.stanford.edu)
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    [02:19:01] Verifying core Core_15.fah...
    [02:19:01] Signature is VALID
    [02:19:01]
    [02:19:01] Trying to unzip core FahCore_15.exe
    [02:19:01] Decompressed FahCore_15.exe (4136960 bytes) successfully
    [02:19:06] + Core successfully engaged
    [02:19:11]
    [02:19:11] + Processing work unit
    [02:19:11] Core required: FahCore_15.exe
    [02:19:11] Core found.
    [02:19:11] Working on queue slot 01 [September 26 02:19:11 UTC]
    [02:19:11] + Working ...
    [02:19:11] - Calling '.\FahCore_15.exe -dir work/ -suffix 01 -nice 19 -priority 96 -nocpulock -checkpoint 15 -verbose -lifeline 1408 -version 630' [02:19:11]
    [02:19:11] *------------------------------*
    [02:19:11] Folding@Home GPU Core -- Beta
    [02:19:11] Version 2.09 (Thu May 20 11:58:42 PDT 2010)
    [02:19:11]
    [02:19:11] Build host: SimbiosNvdWin7
    [02:19:11] Board Type: Nvidia
    [02:19:11] Core      :
    [02:19:11] Preparing to commence simulation
    [02:19:11] - Looking at optimizations...
    [02:19:11] DeleteFrameFiles: successfully deleted file=work/wudata_01.ckp
    [02:19:11] - Created dyn
    [02:19:11] - Files status OK
    [02:19:11] sizeof(CORE_PACKET_HDR) = 512 file=<>
    [02:19:11] - Expanded 43846 -> 163067 (decompressed 371.9 percent)
    [02:19:11] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=43846 data_size=163067, decompressed_data_size=163067 diff=0
    [02:19:11] - Digital signature verified
    [02:19:11]
    [02:19:11] Project: 10632 (Run 91, Clone 70, Gen 29)
    [02:19:11]
    [02:19:11] Assembly optimizations on if available.
    [02:19:11] Entering M.D.
    [02:19:17] Tpr hash work/wudata_01.tpr:  185886930 1649605767 3244301811 2410726388 837343054
    [02:19:17] Working on 582 p2750_N68H_AM03
    [02:19:17] Client config found, loading data.
    [02:19:21] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
    [02:19:21] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
    [02:19:26]
    [02:19:26] + Processing work unit
    [02:19:26] Core required: FahCore_15.exe
    [02:19:26] Core found.
    [02:19:26] Working on queue slot 01 [September 26 02:19:26 UTC]
    [02:19:26] + Working ...
    [02:19:26] - Calling '.\FahCore_15.exe -dir work/ -suffix 01 -nice 19 -priority 96 -nocpulock -checkpoint 15 -verbose -lifeline 1408 -version 630' [02:19:26]
    [02:19:26] *------------------------------*
    [02:19:26] Folding@Home GPU Core -- Beta
    [02:19:26] Version 2.09 (Thu May 20 11:58:42 PDT 2010)
    [02:19:26]
    [02:19:26] Build host: SimbiosNvdWin7
    [02:19:26] Board Type: Nvidia
    [02:19:26] Core      :
    [02:19:26] Preparing to commence simulation
    [02:19:26] - Ensuring status. Please wait.
    [02:19:36] - Looking at optimizations...
    [02:19:36] - Working with standard loops on this execution.
    [02:19:36] - Previous termination of core was improper.
    [02:19:36] - Files status OK
    [02:19:36] sizeof(CORE_PACKET_HDR) = 512 file=<>
    [02:19:36] - Expanded 43846 -> 163067 (decompressed 371.9 percent)
    [02:19:36] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=43846 data_size=163067, decompressed_data_size=163067 diff=0
    [02:19:36] - Digital signature verified
    [02:19:36]
    [02:19:36] Project: 10632 (Run 91, Clone 70, Gen 29)
    [02:19:36]
    [02:19:36] Entering M.D.
    [02:19:42] Tpr hash work/wudata_01.tpr:  185886930 1649605767 3244301811 2410726388 837343054
    [02:19:42] Working on 582 p2750_N68H_AM03
    [02:19:42] Client config found, loading data.
    [02:19:45] CoreStatus = 63 (99)
    [02:19:45] + Error starting Folding@Home core.
    [02:19:50]
    [02:19:50] + Processing work unit
    [02:19:50] Core required: FahCore_15.exe
    [02:19:50] Core found.
    [02:19:50] Working on queue slot 01 [September 26 02:19:50 UTC]
    [02:19:50] + Working ...
    [02:19:50] - Calling '.\FahCore_15.exe -dir work/ -suffix 01 -nice 19 -priority 96 -nocpulock -checkpoint 15 -verbose -lifeline 1408 -version 630' [02:19:50]
    [02:19:50] *------------------------------*
    [02:19:50] Folding@Home GPU Core -- Beta
    [02:19:50] Version 2.09 (Thu May 20 11:58:42 PDT 2010)
    [02:19:50]
    [02:19:50] Build host: SimbiosNvdWin7
    [02:19:50] Board Type: Nvidia
    [02:19:50] Core      :
    [02:19:50] Preparing to commence simulation
    [02:19:50] - Ensuring status. Please wait.


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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 19:28:23 (permalink)
    Ok try this. Take out both the gpu 0 and force fermi flags. Set the client as machine 2.
     
    EDIT: I also want to make sure on this cause you didn't answer, but you only have one video card in this system, right?
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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 19:33:02 (permalink)
    kram36

    Ok try this. Take out both the gpu 0 and force fermi flags. Set the client as machine 2.

    EDIT: I also want to make sure on this cause you didn't answer, but you only have one video card in this system, right?


    Changed ID to 3 because SMP is using 2.  Removed the flagss and still no good.

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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 19:34:21 (permalink)
    How many video cards are in the system?

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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 19:39:07 (permalink)
    Just the 460.  I am running the new beta driver that fixed the BFBC2 issues right now,  but I have tried 258.96 on past attempts.

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    Re:Folding@Home Trouble Shooting Guide 2010/09/25 20:06:58 (permalink)
    When you say beta driver, are you talking the leaked 260.52 driver or the beta 260.63 driver from nVidia's site?

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