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Yes. This will allow you to pick up more current work units, as well as fully utilize all 8 logical cores on your processor.
Go to the folder where you have the Folding@Home program saved. Delete the 'Work' folder and both FahCore files. Then, right click on the shortcut to the Folding@Home application and select properties. In the 'Target' line, insert one space and then type -smp after the end of the quotation marks. Finally, start the Folding@Home client. It should download a new core and you will see much higher CPU usage and much better performance.
EDIT: It should look like this:
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By the way, did you set up a passkey?

Dang! ok looks like we are not actually done here. I am getting a core download error? This is the first time I have this happen, so I'm a little bit lost

***SOLVED*** had to run as admin lol such a fail
Edited by Senorpie7 - 1/10/12 at 10:43am
    
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