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Ok so I just installed my Gtx470 and installed the new GPU3 folding client. Everything appears to be running smoothly (it's completing the steps) but whenever I try to set it up to monitor in HFM I just get the black bar. This is how I am trying to monitor it. COMPUTER->LOCAL DISK->PROGRAM FILES(x86)->FOLDING@HOME. Then I have 2 options data_ati or data_nv. I have tried both with no luck.
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post #2 of 8
Neither; use the Folding@home-gpu folder itself.
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hmm. OK so I just tried this and still a no go. C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Folding@home\\Folding@home-gpu\\
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post #4 of 8
Ok, probably running in C> Users> [Your User]> AppData (hidden folder)> Roaming> Folding@home-gpu

Try that.
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It WORKED! Thanks Zodac. Now I'll put this 470 to work.
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Yeah... windows 7 puts the logs in the appdata folder. If you want them back in the program files folder, you can just run F@H as an administrator and that does the trick.
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Originally Posted by k4m1k4z3 View Post
Yeah... windows 7 puts the logs in the appdata folder. If you want them back in the program files folder, you can just run F@H as an administrator and that does the trick.
Or with the -local flag.
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