Detected leak in m_????? Blue screen crash hepl please
This just started:
the past few evenings when I come home from the office, my 600e has crashed. This in it self would not bother me, but It has been running stable for the past 3 weeks at the same FSB and voltage. The only change was I shifted from SetiCache to seti commandline 2.4.
The Blue screens also have me a little perplexed. There are a series of them that pop up before the standard Windoze blue screen shows up.
Detected leak in m_TxSample
Detected leak in m_ModulationOut
Detected leak in m_pTable
Detected leak in m_ppCoefs
Detected leak in m_pPtr
Then I get the windoze blue screen
Does anyone have any idea what the heck is going on?
I have never ever seen anything like this before..
Does it have anything to do with Memory being tied up by a program that is no longer active?
B/K try this, watch your system resources from the SYSTEM INFORMATION window. (START, PROGRAMS, ACCESSORIES, SYSTEM TOOLS) It sounds like a program is being a resource hog and not releasing memory/system resources when demended. Hit the "!" key to make it refresh often and see if your system resources are stable. I wonder if a program like Memturbo (recovers memory/system resource leaks) will be of any help. I can send it to you to try.
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i've seen alot of blue lately i think it's seticache with the 2.4v of seti...cause my **** never crashed before and now i've come home to blue screens and i never had any probs before...i just crunched seti...no seticache...no blue screens...weird huh...
is it seticache itself? or the 2.4 client?
I am having problems with the 2.4 client. This PC is using the older version of the seti client and it works fine while I am running SetiCache. My problems seem to hit at the same time every time; it is when the client is finished with the wu and tries to up load tha file.