"This error does not affect SKS performance," and the rest of the equipment at the space station reported Roskosmos.
The agency has determined that the computer has a bug in the software, but it is indicated that the computer should not be replaced.
The computer will resume on Thursday.
This will be needed to implement an unmanned spacecraft in the SKS planned in mid-November.
SKS currently has three people: German astronaut Alexander Gersts, American astronaut Serena Aunion-Chensler and Russian astronaut Sergei Prokopiev. They are SKS since June.
US astronaut Nick Heig and Russian astronaut Aleksey Ovchinin are planning to join last month, but after unsuccessful missiles Soyuz the launch of the mission was postponed.