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    Smile Time to update your SMP clients

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    Re: Time to update your SMP clients

    Yeah noticed that when mine wouldn't start this afternoon

    Quick reinstall and its all trundling along nicely again

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    Re: Time to update your SMP clients

    nice one Agent

    I'm at 87% and 92% on my two machines so hopefully they will complete their units before the client self destructs

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    Re: Time to update your SMP clients

    thanks agent, would of forgetn about this

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    Re: Time to update your SMP clients

    Aha... that explains why it's not working

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    Re: Time to update your SMP clients

    i installed new one (old one out via the new one installing and asking if I wanted to unistall it, so I did) and it kept my old WU so I'm close to a drop too

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    Re: Time to update your SMP clients

    Quote Originally Posted by Funkstar View Post
    nice one Agent

    I'm at 87% and 92% on my two machines so hopefully they will complete their units before the client self destructs
    the client won't halt the current runtime, as long as you do not close the client it will still carry on crunching and down/uploading WUs even though the client itself officially expired yesterday.

    If you do close the client before your WU has finished,a simple reinstall of the updated client will fix it, no need to change anything either and it will carry on crunching whatever work it has

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    Re: Time to update your SMP clients

    Hmm, this build won't run on my machine - loads of errors.

    Aint got time to go into it now, will investigate more later.

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    Re: Time to update your SMP clients

    Quote Originally Posted by Lowe View Post
    Hmm, this build won't run on my machine - loads of errors.

    Aint got time to go into it now, will investigate more later.
    I've got the same problem, not that it ran all that well before
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