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EyelessFace

EyelessFace

Member
Joined
Apr 22, 2002
Location
West Virginia
Its from my internal network queue. Ive just got to thinking it may have been one of those WU's I had to recycle to the other day (Dont ask, had a bad experience w/linux)

Should I delete or keep?

I can provide a complete results photo of all the results ive completed today if you wish
 

ozzlo

Senior whose title will pier
Joined
Mar 17, 2002
I must say that I joind u In confustion just because there was no picture.... but now that i see it I am not confused anymore.

well I don't use anything but seti spy and setigate and so I don't know what program is running.

Does the 4min 55sec represent the completed time or just time that youve crunched so far?

I myself have had a couple of wu that quit early.

sometimes seti just stops workin on somethin (it's got its reasons) and moves on to the next

If this is not the problem you are stating then i am confused as well.

signed,

:confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused:
 
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EyelessFace

EyelessFace

Member
Joined
Apr 22, 2002
Location
West Virginia
Program: SetiQueue
3min 55sec represents completed time

When I meant I could provide a photo, im just talkin about a print screen of the SetiQueue results page.
 

jokrswild

Member
Joined
Jan 14, 2002
Location
Ohio
there might just be radio interference with the work unit or something. It happens from time to time, and they DO get counted. feel lucky!
 

Cy

Senior Member
Joined
Jul 19, 2001
Location
Kentucky
Yep, you will get the occassional very quick work unit. As long as you don't see them all the time you should be fine. :)

Cy