Folding@Home Cboard team?

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    I'm on board, but I don't have much horsepower to contribute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean_mackrory
    I'm on board, but I don't have much horsepower to contribute.
    They need your CPU , not your car's engine
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    I think I'll install it on my wife's computer tonite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brain Cell
    They need your CPU , not your car's engine
    damn... I was trying to figure out how to install on my lawnmower... you mean that dusty box in the corner of my room that I just decided to get away from?


    yeah, I'm onboard too, but have the same situation... I'm about 34.25 frames into my first work unit.
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    >>> BOINC only works on star crap

    Err, nope, you like folding proteins?

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    Forgive my ignorance, but what exactly does predicting proteins do?

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    I joined as well, since its doing something usefull when im not doing anything i dont bother.

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    I joined, but it doesn't show me on the team page yet, do I have to finish 1 whole thing before I show up?

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    I joined too, and I have about a day left for my first WU (151/400). I just have to remember not to log off when I leave the computer
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    danggg... my computers must be old
    6/400 for my first computer and
    0/2500 for my other one

    Hmmm, I think I'll add my good computer to the network later

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadCow257
    danggg... my computers must be old
    6/400 for my first computer and
    0/2500 for my other one

    Hmmm, I think I'll add my good computer to the network later
    What's the meaning of 400 and 2500 up there? Is it like the WU size? Mine both 2500 for desktop PC pentium 2.8ghz and laptop duron 1.0ghz, with the same configuration (the default).
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    I've run about 5 or 6 now and they've come in a variety of sizes.

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    [17:07:02] Client-core communications error: ERROR 0x1
    [17:07:02] Deleting current work unit & continuing...
    I dont know why but i always get this error when i off my computer, manually shutting the program results in the same error in the log file.

    Is there any page where we can check the meaning of these errors ?
    (itīs not in their faq though, unless i overlooked it ...)

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    I just started it. Which side of the bar where you configure CPU usage is 100%?
    How long does a frame take for you guys? For me its about 16 min
    My computer is awesome.

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