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The message exit code -1073741510 (0xc000013a) means that when you log off of Windows the application gets terminated quite abruptly. Apparently BOINC/the science applications don't like that too much. I understand Vista can shut down in 2 seconds... that's not enough time for BOINC to stop.
So before you shut down your computer next time, exit BOINC.
- If you run as a normal user install, it's done through Boinc Manager, File->Exit.
- If you run as a service install, you need to stop the service first. Start->Run, type net stop boinc and hit enter.
Copy the following text and paste it into the Notepad window, called WaitToKill.reg
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control] "WaitToKillServiceTimeout"="20000"
The 20000 is 20 seconds. Increase/decrease to your liking.
To add this to the registry double-click the file. The UAC will come up, press continue, press Yes on the next window and OK on the one there-after. You need to reboot to make the changes have effect.
You can also use the following bit of code in a batchfile (.bat).
Put it in Notepad, save it as Shutdown.bat (make sure the extension is .bat, not .txt)
Do change the path between %PROGRAMFILES% if your BOINC lives elsewhere.
cd %PROGRAMFILES%\BOINC boinccmd --quit shutdown -s -t 20
Updating BOINC past 5.10 will fix this error as well.
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