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    after Windows 7 Ultimate have been running 24/7 for a couble of days I get the message 'failed to registor window class'
    and I have to reboot.

    Seti@home is running 24/7

    same problem on my 2 PC's

    I have tried to google the problem
    others have the same problem
    but I have found no answers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soren Birkelund Hansen View Post
    after Windows 7 Ultimate have been running 24/7 for a couble of days I get the message 'failed to registor window class'
    and I have to reboot.

    Seti@home is running 24/7

    same problem on my 2 PC's

    I have tried to google the problem
    others have the same problem
    but I have found no answers
    I hope those PC's arent laptops. Seti@home runs @ 100 % cpu and can melt even a fast cpu. I have 1.5 m illion seti WU's and have seen many laptops ruined.

    In terms of your particular problem it is probably a memory problem. Does it only happen after a couple of days of non stop seti work? there is also a list for seti related problems.

    Let us know if you need help

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    Try shutting down from the Seti stufff and let the PCs cool off for a while. Hopefully you have not permanently damaged your hardware. Hardware is not meant to run at near 100% for 24/7. If nothing more, this will prematurely shorten the life cycle of your hardware. When I worked in the Aerospace industry troubleshooting electronics for jet fighters we were constantly concerned for mean time between failures and minimizing this. The harder the hardware was pushed the more preventative maintenance it required, and we were talking about very expensive hardware built to the most rigorous specifications and tested to same. If this stuff failed, what do you think will happen to the less than stellar hardware built into our PCs.
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    it is not laptop
    on is Thinkstation D20 1 cpu Quad-Core Xeon running about 55- 80% 45-49C
    the other is Intillistation A Pro 2 cpu ADM running about 40-60 %
    bouth 8MB ram

    thanks for your reply

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