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Windows 7: Cpu 100%

18 Aug 2010   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
folder location

I did not know how this process got onto my system at first, but after opening the file location I found it in a file named "simlock remote service" - I then realised it must have been a folder which was installed when I was trying to unlock my phones with no joy lol. hope this piece of info helps

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19 Aug 2010   #12

HP Win7 Pro x64 | Custom Win7 Pro x64

Folding@home is actually very good software, I have a feeling what you had was either corrupted, or not legit.

The network of people that use this, along with me, compute incredible amounts of data, for very important research. Also it's not supposed to touch our Cpu at all, and doesn't bring your Gpu out of idle. This is supposed to run entirely off the Gpu.
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19 Aug 2010   #13

Win 7 pro 64, Soloris, Xp pro 32

There are several clients for Folding@home, Cpu and Gpu enabled.

Also, it "should" peg your cpu or gpu usage nearly 100%, though you can manually set usage lower if you desire.

If you didn't install the Folding@Home client on your pc , look up the user and team name in the client and report it in the forum link below.
The cpu client folder should be located at C:/Fah , and the Gpu client in C:/users/"your user name")/appdata/roaming

Stanford will take appropriate actions against the user, and or remove all points they accrued.

RBIEZE, Stanford Beta team member.

heres the main website @ Stanford university Folding@home - Main

heres the forums. Folding Forum • Index page

And here are the clients available for download. Folding@home - Download the Folding@home software application
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