The preferred deadline is 4 days and the final is 6 so you do fall into the range to do them but you DO NOT get any time bonus so you are turning in these WUs for their regular credit, 20k. It breaks down to about 5k ppd for the machine, which is not bad but you might want to try just running a SMP2 client on there because it should get better numbres due to meeting preferred deadlines.
If you install HFM.NET on your machine and share the folder you can easily let it run for a few days and check on it or other stuff at work or simply install it locally on that machine. It will automatically due break downs for ETA and credit along with PPD per MHz and total completed/failed.
Yes. And why?
Seems like a stupid question, but it requires a certain version of .NET to be installed, so do you have that version installed?
Look back at the log and see what was the result when it decided to shut down, it will always give a reason in upper case and "_" for spaces.
If you don't know what a project you downloaded is you can always check here. A3 cores are bigadv. It stopped running the WU you were for some reason and downloaded a new one, I am running a 6900 right now as well.