"This error does not affect SKS performance," and the rest of the reported space station equipment reported Roskosmos.
The agency found that the computer had a software error, but indicated that it would not be necessary to replace the computer.
Your computer will be restarted on Thursday.
This will be necessary for the deployment of the unmanned spacecraft in the SKS scheduled for mid-November.
Currently, SKS has three people: German astronaut Alexander Gers, American astronaut Serena Aunion-Chensler and Russian astronaut Serghei Prokopiev. They are SKS since June.
It was planned that American astronomer Nick Heig and Russian astronaut Aleksey Ovchinin to join them last month but after an unsuccessful rocket Soyuz the start-up mission was postponed.