heh I still cant work out how to set up 2 F@hs on a P4c with hyperthreading. maybe I've been drinking too much
I've followed everyones instructions and even the ones on the Motherboards.org folding teams web site (by the way great site smurf and len) but it still wont work.
thank tulatin as well for the graphics on the team pages.
i haven't set up neither a dual cpu nor hyperthreading system yet. i'd love to, but can't afford it. this is what i know though- console version only (use 3.25 beta), create 2 desktop folders labeled say FAH1, and FAH2, and download a copy of the executable to each folder. right click each executable, and select create shortcut. drag the shortcut to the desktop, and right click it, and select properties, and in the target area add the -config -advmethods -forceasm -verbosity 9 -local flags with a space after the quote mark, and a space between each flag. select apply. do this for both folders, then left click each shortcut add you nickname, team #33258, select yes to change advanced options config, choose FAH WU preference, 100% for cpu, and what's really important is to assign a different machine # for each instance. select default for the first one, which will be machine id#1, and select machine id#2 for the second one. including the -local flag is important for multiple cpu/ hyperthreading to work w/ windows. other thing is winxp is needed for hyperthreading to work, and also must be enabled in the system bios, as well as having a p4c (or xeon) that supports hyperthreading (must have chipset support, cpu support, os support, and bios support for hyperthreading). if i have my information correct, win2k will do multiple cpu's, but not support hyperthreading. i've also seen reference to needing to go into task manager (ctrl + alt + del), and allocating 50% to each cpu/ virtual hyperthreaded cpu- but Aussie stated something about not really needing to do that.
check out the FAH forums as well, and do a search for hyperthreading config for further reinforcement/ variables of correct procedures. forum is under the help section at the FAH main page. this can be accessed by clicking the fah link at the team stats page.
btw, a final detail might involve configuring winxp for hyperthreading support. not sure how to do it, but this will more than likely be the final step in getting it to work.
FAH forum link:
http://forum.folding-community.org/view ... d7367bbaf4