View Full Version : Losing a Folding box
08-29-01, 01:52 AM
My boss was out of town for a week so he was contributing to the Team with his athlon 850 while he was gone. But alas he will be back tomorrow.
I haven't used EM but can you run fah without anything showing in the toolbar or desktop? What he doesn't won't hurt him.
if u get EM u can run f@h in stealth mode which means that u can't see it in the taskbar or anywhere else, but u might be able to see it in the processes or something. Depends which OS. u can also get it to run on startup so it will run whenever he boots computer, just make some changes in registry
08-29-01, 01:09 PM
I haven't tried the latest version, but the stealth mode never worked for me on Windows 2000.
I have win2k and stealth mode works fine on my system...
08-29-01, 07:37 PM
We'll make up that machine and many more in the comming weeks. I wouldn't want to risk my job over running 1 folding client...but that's obviously personal opinion. Thanks for the part time contribution burn'em! :)
08-29-01, 07:57 PM
Hmmmm. I see that you knocked me into fifth place for the week totals, that is a great thing. It means you are cranking out soon major workunits. Lets see what happens at the next update, Im trying to crank it up a little more.
On a side note, thinking of sending Open Friday a Duron 800, to get him to build another machine. Anyone got a socket A mobo for a good price??
And again Smarty, great work...
Fold on brothers.
08-29-01, 09:00 PM
I was able to successfully install EM in stealth mode.
Don't worry about the boss he just uses his machine for email and hahaha Yahoo messager to talk to grils over seas. rotflmao
He just came back from the Phillipines. hahaha lololol
When he complains about his machine I just give him the "Computer Guy" routine "MOVE" " Your Dos Interface was out of sync with your widows Spool Swap File" " You gota stop using that AOL crap" Then he thinks he screwed something up.
Ya I know I'm going to Hell. lol But its for the TEAM.
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