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Yeah, I'm really wanting to get into the SMP again, but I wonder if anyone can spell out in plain english the directions to ideally get this sucker running as a service in Windows 7 (shouldn't be greatly different than Vista).

I'm hearing a version of Cats will be out soon that will allow crossfire folding. What's up with that?

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Originally Posted by GeforceGTS View Post
I always found the stanford guides to be pretty straight forward for basic windows SMP

This is the guide for this client "6.23 beta for MPICH (32-bit or 64-bit)"

http://folding.stanford.edu/English/WinSMPGuideMPICH

Found here http://folding.stanford.edu/English/DownloadWinOther

If you want max PPD though you would be best off trying Vmware + Ubuntu SMP

error10 has a good guide here - http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...made-easy.html
can't be bothered with Linux vm. I would forget about it too often: this is also why I'd prefer instructions for installing as a service.

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Ah I see, that standford guide has instructions to install as a service too


What I used to do when I had it installed a service was create two .bat files on my desktop to turn my folding on and off, you probaly know how but just incase, for the .bat to turn it on just add this in a .bat file

net start "[email protected][1]" the service may be named differently for you, just check the name in services to make sure and for the .bat to disable folding net stop "[email protected][1]"

Makes things alot easier.

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