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I joined and spread the word to TAAT.
Looks like he changed it to 1,000 years now. That is more of a challenge...lol.I hear ya. Makes sense. I noticed some people ran other project than the Cancer ones, reading must be hard lol. I'll probably pull off in about a week from now. Then hit it again in a few more weeks.
i had a feeling he had to of been part of the community. thanks for posting the thread about him.Looks like he changed it to 1,000 years now. That is more of a challenge...lol.
Edit: Also, for those that don't know, this kids dad is a long time WCG'er by the name of OldChap. He is talking about his ongoings here: https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/forums/wcg/viewthread_thread,17232_offset,5840#618229
WCG would be more than happy to add the science if you can find any researchers willing to set something up. The biggest problem is finding someone interested that has enough work to justify importing as well as willing to publicly share their results after it is done.I wish there was a way we could crunch on this coronavirus, I'd have all the doors and windows open.
Today, IBM announced OpenPandemics , a new World Community Grid project in partnership with Scripps Research. Once launched, this project's main goals are:
- Search for potential treatments for COVID-19.
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Hi everyone, to answer your questions:
- The research application will be AutoDock, which is developed by Scripps and has been used on a number of World Community Grid drug discovery projects in the past.
- At this time, AutoDock runs on Windows, Mac and Linux but not Android.
- We are working very aggressively towards launch, but don't yet have an expected launch date. We will keep you posted as we get further into the onboarding process.
OpenPandemics - Monthly Calls with Researchers
I'd have to look at the smart data, but probably not. It was in a rarely used laptop most of its life. I think what probably killed it was a combination of being powered off for long periods between use and just simply old age.8 years is pretty darn good all things considered. Are you already past its rated endurance for writes?
Lines 1 and 197 tell the story well enough; hits a bad "block" and just goes bye-bye. The error bit count seems a bit high, however I'm not sure what program that is, so can't reference my drive as an example. You mentioned trying a different data cable, and a different power connector, but did you try a different SATA controller port? Even though you have a new drive coming it's worth thinking about.motqalden just a couple billion sector reads/writes, a few million read/write commands, and almost as many (corrected) read errors/error bits. Still 58(%?) life, supposedly.
Going get a new drive this weekend. Got everything copied to a flash drive for now (ugh it's slow...accidentally got a usb2 drive).
Edit, forgot the screenshot: *snipped*