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I have been attempting to run my simulation for 1 million events, however my computer is old and crashes around 75,000... so I have been running it 20 x 50,000 events and collecting the data together in one histogram, this has worked fine upto a point however my simulation has now started returning indentical results for each run, the date and time stamp change on the .data file into which my results are recorded changes and if I change the number of events in my run the number of entry changes in the my .data however they are no longer random... for example if I run 1000 photons followed by 100 photons, the 100 photon file will have only 100 results but these will be identical to the first 100 entries in the 1000 photon file... does anybody know what could be causing this and how to fix it ?
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