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Message 21456 - Posted: 8 Oct 2015, 6:33:41 UTC

Simple message, what is going on, please.
Would be much more important than lost points.

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Message 21457 - Posted: 8 Oct 2015, 10:10:52 UTC

No WU for over 10 days on PC WTF!!!!

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Message 21470 - Posted: 9 Oct 2015, 16:58:02 UTC

Somebody turn the Sieve Work Generator back on please.

P.S., And maybe reboot the server while you're at it.

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Message 21471 - Posted: 9 Oct 2015, 17:09:18 UTC

this is crap. can we have the old WU's back please!

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Message 21472 - Posted: 9 Oct 2015, 17:36:35 UTC - in response to Message 21436.

Install 2013 C++ runtime 32/64 bit. If your running Windows 10 then there is no need as it is install as part of the OS. Good luck as these WU wont run on win 10 as well.


Just because it doesn't work with your current configuration does NOT mean that it does not run on Windows 10. It does. A large portion of my testing was done on Windows 10 with both nVidia and AMD GPUs. Several of the testers also used Windows 10.

Error: (-54)Invalid work group size at 1692 of RunSteps
Error: GPU steps do not match CPU steps. Workunit processing aborted.
14:41:34 (25160): called boinc_finish


Read the error in the tasks. The event log almost never has any usable data regarding why a specific WU failed. In your case, the error has nothing to do with the C++ run-time but rather an invalid work group size that OpenCL can't handle.

It would help to know all the settings that are being used and whether those settings are too high for your GPU. That requires adding "verbose=1" to the collatz_sieve*.config file(s) in the project folder. Chances are that either the threads are too high or the sieve size is too large.

You may want to try using:

verbose=1
threads=6
sieve_size=23
lut_size=12

If that works, increase the sieve_size by one and try again. When it stops working, back it off by 1 or 2.

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Message 21474 - Posted: 9 Oct 2015, 17:48:36 UTC - in response to Message 21470.

Somebody turn the Sieve Work Generator back on please.

P.S., And maybe reboot the server while you're at it.


Well, when there are several hundred people who burn through hundreds of WUs at a time with errors and keep doing it, the server gets bogged down a little.

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Message 21483 - Posted: 10 Oct 2015, 21:14:49 UTC - in response to Message 21474.

Yeah -- I noticed that. Some of it seems rather curious for me.

I KNOW I can't run the HD 4850's -- regardless of updates for me at least. So after a try on an XP system and one on a Windows 7 systems (with all updates applied and a reboot), I simply removed Collatz from those.

With the HD 7750, HD 7770 and HD 7850 on Windows 7 -- no problems (once all the updates were deployed and the systems rebooted).

The curious aspect for me is with Nvidia systems. I've one with a GTX 750ti, all updates with Windows 7 64 bit. It runs the work units just fine.

But on two other systems also Windows 7 64 bit and GTX 750ti's, all updated latest drivers, latest Windows updates, latest BOINC and rebooted, those immediately generated computation errors. After a couple of tries there I reverted them to running GPU Grid as their GPU system.

That's the curious thing -- and apologies for the mass quantities of computation errors I generated there.

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Message 21488 - Posted: 11 Oct 2015, 11:13:19 UTC - in response to Message 21474.

Somebody turn the Sieve Work Generator back on please.

P.S., And maybe reboot the server while you're at it.


Well, when there are several hundred people who burn through hundreds of WUs at a time with errors and keep doing it, the server gets bogged down a little.


On a Windows 7 pro 64 bits, Boinc 7.6.9 and a GPU ATI, all with the latest update done, no error what so ever on the last 3941 units submit to the project:

· Validation pending (0)
· Validation inconclusive (0)
· Valid (3941)
· Invalid (0)
· Error (0)

Keep the good work Slicker!
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Message 21492 - Posted: 11 Oct 2015, 18:26:33 UTC

and now no more work. :-(

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Message 21493 - Posted: 11 Oct 2015, 19:08:13 UTC - in response to Message 21474.
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Slicker wrote:
Well, when there are several hundred people who burn through hundreds of WUs at a time with errors and keep doing it, the server gets bogged down a little.

Isn't there a way for the server to blacklist hosts that "behave badly"? I'm sure I've seen this at other projects. Maybe it's not practical here or there's another good reason it's not implemented.
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Message 21494 - Posted: 11 Oct 2015, 20:16:29 UTC

No more work, plus the validator has gotten stalled again.

Makes be glad I've alternative GPU projects for the four Collatz GPU systems.

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Message 21495 - Posted: 11 Oct 2015, 20:20:36 UTC - in response to Message 21493.

Slicker wrote:
Well, when there are several hundred people who burn through hundreds of WUs at a time with errors and keep doing it, the server gets bogged down a little.

Isn't there a way for the server to blacklist hosts that "behave badly"? I'm sure I've seen this at other projects. Maybe it's not practical here or there's another good reason it's not implemented.

Please have a little patience.
The admins' sieve is so efficient - and rewarding - that they can't cope with our support. Give them a chance !

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Message 21496 - Posted: 11 Oct 2015, 20:34:29 UTC - in response to Message 21494.

No more work, plus the validator has gotten stalled again.

Makes be (sic) glad I've alternative GPU projects for the four Collatz GPU systems.


Amen to that ;)

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Message 21498 - Posted: 11 Oct 2015, 23:14:49 UTC - in response to Message 21495.

JohnMD wrote:
Please have a little patience.
The admins' sieve is so efficient - and rewarding - that they can't cope with our support. Give them a chance !

I have worked this project many times through the years, am familiar with its ups and downs, and have no problem rolling with the changes. I was just asking the question since Slicker brought it up. Jon is a model admin who does his job at least as well as those at other projects. No impatience here... :-)
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Message 21501 - Posted: 12 Oct 2015, 17:04:49 UTC

So for a while this morning there was no access to the project -- not even the 'down for maintenance'.

After about an hour or so it seemed the server was back up -- but reporting remains down for maintenance. Uploads are working though and the message board is working.

Server status of course remains unaccessible.

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Message 21502 - Posted: 12 Oct 2015, 17:31:45 UTC

Wus uploaded but reporting wait. I think server slowly get to normal.

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Message 21504 - Posted: 13 Oct 2015, 1:27:33 UTC - in response to Message 21502.

Wus uploaded but reporting wait. I think server slowly get to normal.


60K results in progress but 1.5 million in the database. I found the bug in the work generator daemon so it will stop creating new WUs whenever a query times out. There are also hundreds of WUs that should have been purged but haven't. My guess is that many of the queries are timing out. I may have to bring down all of them and run them one at a time until it catches up.

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Message 21505 - Posted: 13 Oct 2015, 2:15:07 UTC - in response to Message 21501.

So for a while this morning there was no access to the project -- not even the 'down for maintenance'.

After about an hour or so it seemed the server was back up -- but reporting remains down for maintenance. Uploads are working though and the message board is working.

Server status of course remains unaccessible.


Performance should be improving. I put in a fix yesterday so that the work generator isn't as stupid as it used to be. Essentialy, it runs in a loop and when the number of WUs is less than 800, it creates more. The problem was that when it queried the database to get the number of WUs, the query would timeout and it would then think the number was 0. So, it created a bunch more. That made the database even slower so the next time it queried it, it would timeout again and then created even more. Now, it the query times out, it does nothing for a minute and then tries to get the count again. So, it will only create WUs now if it actually succeeds in getting the count and the count is less than 800. It looks good so far since the number of results has droppped by almost a million since last night.

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Message 21508 - Posted: 13 Oct 2015, 3:54:34 UTC

Still receiving error message 'file absent' see below:
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | cc_config.xml not found - using defaults
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Starting BOINC client version 7.6.9 for windows_x86_64
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | log flags: file_xfer, sched_ops, task
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Libraries: libcurl/7.39.0 OpenSSL/1.0.2a zlib/1.2.8
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Data directory: C:\ProgramData\BOINC
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Running under account James
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | CAL: ATI GPU 0: ATI Radeon HD 4600 series (R730) (CAL version 1.4.1734, 1024MB, 992MB available, 960 GFLOPS peak)
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | OpenCL: AMD/ATI GPU 0: ATI Radeon HD 4600 series (R730) (driver version CAL 1.4.1734, device version OpenCL 1.0 AMD-APP (937.2), 1024MB, 992MB available, 960 GFLOPS peak)
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | OpenCL CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU E2200 @ 2.20GHz (OpenCL driver vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., driver version 2.0 (sse2), device version OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (937.2))
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Host name: jurgen-PC-2
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Processor: 2 GenuineIntel Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU E2200 @ 2.20GHz [Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 13]
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Processor features: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss htt tm pni ssse3 cx16 syscall nx lm tm2 pbe
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | OS: Microsoft Windows 10: Professional x64 Edition, (10.00.10240.00)
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Memory: 4.00 GB physical, 9.37 GB virtual
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Disk: 153.38 GB total, 76.47 GB free
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Local time is UTC +1 hours
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | Collatz Conjecture | URL http://boinc.thesonntags.com/collatz/; Computer ID 75966; resource share 100
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Reading preferences override file
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Preferences:
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | max memory usage when active: 3070.85MB
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | max memory usage when idle: 3685.01MB
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | max disk usage: 25.00GB
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | (to change preferences, visit a project web site or select Preferences in the Manager)
13/10/2015 01:25:03 | | Not using a proxy
13/10/2015 01:25:17 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
13/10/2015 01:25:17 | Collatz Conjecture | Requesting new tasks for AMD/ATI GPU
13/10/2015 01:25:19 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
13/10/2015 01:34:28 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
13/10/2015 01:34:28 | Collatz Conjecture | Requesting new tasks for AMD/ATI GPU
13/10/2015 01:34:31 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
13/10/2015 01:46:46 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
13/10/2015 01:46:46 | Collatz Conjecture | Requesting new tasks for AMD/ATI GPU
13/10/2015 01:46:47 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
13/10/2015 02:06:15 | | New system time (1444698376) < old system time (1444698546); clearing timeouts
13/10/2015 02:09:31 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
13/10/2015 02:09:31 | Collatz Conjecture | Requesting new tasks for AMD/ATI GPU
13/10/2015 02:09:34 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
13/10/2015 02:18:50 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
13/10/2015 02:18:50 | Collatz Conjecture | Requesting new tasks for AMD/ATI GPU
13/10/2015 02:18:52 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
13/10/2015 02:47:27 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
13/10/2015 02:47:27 | Collatz Conjecture | Requesting new tasks for AMD/ATI GPU
13/10/2015 02:47:29 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed: got 15 new tasks
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13/10/2015 02:47:57 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2412965491484877914112_6597069766656_0
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13/10/2015 02:48:14 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2412958267693483425792_6597069766656_0 finished
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13/10/2015 02:48:14 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2412965511276087214080_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 02:48:20 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2412965511276087214080_6597069766656_0 finished
13/10/2015 02:48:20 | Collatz Conjecture | Output file collatz_sieve_2412965511276087214080_6597069766656_0_0 for task collatz_sieve_2412965511276087214080_6597069766656_0 absent
13/10/2015 02:48:20 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2412966771316412645376_6597069766656_0
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13/10/2015 02:48:26 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2412968486554551975936_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 02:48:32 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2412968486554551975936_6597069766656_0 finished
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13/10/2015 02:48:32 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2412968493151621742592_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 02:48:37 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2412968493151621742592_6597069766656_0 finished
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13/10/2015 02:48:50 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2412965498081947680768_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 02:48:55 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2412965498081947680768_6597069766656_0 finished
13/10/2015 02:48:55 | Collatz Conjecture | Output file collatz_sieve_2412965498081947680768_6597069766656_0_0 for task collatz_sieve_2412965498081947680768_6597069766656_0 absent
13/10/2015 02:48:55 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2412964548103901282304_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 02:49:01 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2412964548103901282304_6597069766656_0 finished
13/10/2015 02:49:01 | Collatz Conjecture | Output file collatz_sieve_2412964548103901282304_6597069766656_0_0 for task collatz_sieve_2412964548103901282304_6597069766656_0 absent
13/10/2015 03:03:25 | | New system time (1444701806) < old system time (1444701975); clearing timeouts
13/10/2015 03:03:25 | Collatz Conjecture | Fetching scheduler list
13/10/2015 03:03:26 | Collatz Conjecture | Master file download succeeded
13/10/2015 03:03:46 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
13/10/2015 03:03:46 | Collatz Conjecture | Reporting 15 completed tasks
13/10/2015 03:03:46 | Collatz Conjecture | Requesting new tasks for AMD/ATI GPU
13/10/2015 03:03:48 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
13/10/2015 03:03:48 | Collatz Conjecture | Project is temporarily shut down for maintenance
13/10/2015 04:00:35 | | New system time (1444705236) < old system time (1444705405); clearing timeouts
13/10/2015 04:03:34 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To report completed tasks.
13/10/2015 04:03:34 | Collatz Conjecture | Reporting 15 completed tasks
13/10/2015 04:03:34 | Collatz Conjecture | Not requesting tasks: don't need (CPU: job cache full; AMD/ATI GPU: not highest priority project)
13/10/2015 04:03:36 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed
13/10/2015 04:08:39 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
13/10/2015 04:08:39 | Collatz Conjecture | Requesting new tasks for AMD/ATI GPU
13/10/2015 04:08:41 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
13/10/2015 04:08:41 | Collatz Conjecture | Not sending work - last request too recent: 291 sec
13/10/2015 04:15:47 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
13/10/2015 04:15:47 | Collatz Conjecture | Requesting new tasks for AMD/ATI GPU
13/10/2015 04:15:49 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
13/10/2015 04:39:11 | Collatz Conjecture | Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
13/10/2015 04:39:11 | Collatz Conjecture | Requesting new tasks for AMD/ATI GPU
13/10/2015 04:39:13 | Collatz Conjecture | Scheduler request completed: got 7 new tasks
13/10/2015 04:39:15 | Collatz Conjecture | Started download of collatz_sieve_2413035961384125333504_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:15 | Collatz Conjecture | Started download of collatz_sieve_2413035967981195100160_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:16 | Collatz Conjecture | Finished download of collatz_sieve_2413035961384125333504_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:16 | Collatz Conjecture | Finished download of collatz_sieve_2413035967981195100160_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:16 | Collatz Conjecture | Started download of collatz_sieve_2413035974578264866816_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:16 | Collatz Conjecture | Started download of collatz_sieve_2413035981175334633472_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:16 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2413035961384125333504_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 04:39:18 | Collatz Conjecture | Finished download of collatz_sieve_2413035974578264866816_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:18 | Collatz Conjecture | Finished download of collatz_sieve_2413035981175334633472_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:18 | Collatz Conjecture | Started download of collatz_sieve_2412053235483405189120_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:18 | Collatz Conjecture | Started download of collatz_sieve_2413035994369474166784_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:19 | Collatz Conjecture | Finished download of collatz_sieve_2412053235483405189120_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:19 | Collatz Conjecture | Finished download of collatz_sieve_2413035994369474166784_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:19 | Collatz Conjecture | Started download of collatz_sieve_2413036000966543933440_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:20 | Collatz Conjecture | Finished download of collatz_sieve_2413036000966543933440_6597069766656
13/10/2015 04:39:27 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2413035961384125333504_6597069766656_0 finished
13/10/2015 04:39:27 | Collatz Conjecture | Output file collatz_sieve_2413035961384125333504_6597069766656_0_0 for task collatz_sieve_2413035961384125333504_6597069766656_0 absent
13/10/2015 04:39:27 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2413035974578264866816_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 04:39:33 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2413035974578264866816_6597069766656_0 finished
13/10/2015 04:39:33 | Collatz Conjecture | Output file collatz_sieve_2413035974578264866816_6597069766656_0_0 for task collatz_sieve_2413035974578264866816_6597069766656_0 absent
13/10/2015 04:39:33 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2413035994369474166784_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 04:39:39 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2413035994369474166784_6597069766656_0 finished
13/10/2015 04:39:39 | Collatz Conjecture | Output file collatz_sieve_2413035994369474166784_6597069766656_0_0 for task collatz_sieve_2413035994369474166784_6597069766656_0 absent
13/10/2015 04:39:39 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2413035981175334633472_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 04:39:45 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2413035981175334633472_6597069766656_0 finished
13/10/2015 04:39:45 | Collatz Conjecture | Output file collatz_sieve_2413035981175334633472_6597069766656_0_0 for task collatz_sieve_2413035981175334633472_6597069766656_0 absent
13/10/2015 04:39:45 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2413035967981195100160_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 04:39:52 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2413035967981195100160_6597069766656_0 finished
13/10/2015 04:39:52 | Collatz Conjecture | Output file collatz_sieve_2413035967981195100160_6597069766656_0_0 for task collatz_sieve_2413035967981195100160_6597069766656_0 absent
13/10/2015 04:39:52 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2412053235483405189120_6597069766656_1
13/10/2015 04:39:58 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2412053235483405189120_6597069766656_1 finished
13/10/2015 04:39:58 | Collatz Conjecture | Output file collatz_sieve_2412053235483405189120_6597069766656_1_0 for task collatz_sieve_2412053235483405189120_6597069766656_1 absent
13/10/2015 04:39:58 | Collatz Conjecture | Starting task collatz_sieve_2413036000966543933440_6597069766656_0
13/10/2015 04:40:04 | Collatz Conjecture | Computation for task collatz_sieve_2413036000966543933440_6597069766656_0 finished
13/10/2015 04:40:04 | Collatz Conjecture | Output file collatz_sieve_2413036000966543933440_6597069766656_0_0 for task collatz_sieve_2413036000966543933440_6597069766656_0 absent
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Message 21509 - Posted: 13 Oct 2015, 5:32:20 UTC

Given the model of video card that you have along with your operating system, I hope you're not stuck. AMD doesn't officially provide support for that card under Windows 10, so all you have is Microsoft's driver that might not be complete. The last driver that AMD put out for that card was catalyst 13.1 and I'm not sure you will have luck getting that to work under Windows 10. 13.1 was made for Windows 8.

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