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Anyone got experience? I get this error message that doesn't let me through install.bat.
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This post from Lude may help you out. LINK

If it wont let you run the install.bat, make sure you have disabled UAC. This is explained in the link above.
Also be sure you are using a password to log into Vista. If you dont use a password, you will need to set one up so that you do. The folding client requires curtain authentication with the OS which can only be accomplished if you are running under a passworded account.
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Ok I'll try that, thanks a lot Knitelife.

Also does winSMP now support resume work after a restart or something? So you can run the console and close it and turn it on again will it be working where it left off?
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Ok I'll try that, thanks a lot Knitelife.

Also does winSMP now support resume work after a restart or something? So you can run the console and close it and turn it on again will it be working where it left off?
? Whenever I turn off my console or Window SMP, it always continue at where I canceled. Even at like 5402/500,000, it will continue at 5402 instead of 0 or back to 5000.

Or am I reading what you said wrong?
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Ok I'll try that, thanks a lot Knitelife.

Also does winSMP now support resume work after a restart or something? So you can run the console and close it and turn it on again will it be working where it left off?
There is a setting you choose when you do your setup. It tells the client how often to save your WU. Default is like 15 min. If you close the folding correctly (Use control-c to close it. Killing the task or using the X to close the client has been know to destroy a WU), it will pick up at the last saved point when you restart.
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Ok, thanks very much. And if you fold SMP, would it show up as many core you use (2 for dual) or just 1?
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