ChasR: Almost any computer running 24/7 will have a high enough performance fraction to qualify for big packet assingnment. You must report >240 MB of ram (as I recall), have FAH5.xx, and have big WUs enabled. You can't have Win9x. I've been folding 600 pointers on a 800 MHz p3 for 100ppd.
So, just what are proper client configurations for a Win 98 OS?
Apparently BP=no is one.
What about client type and advanced methods?