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Old 15th August, 2004, 04:09 AM
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My production is going well now

I finally got all my PCs back up and folding, and hit 300pts today(by finishing bunch of WUs)
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Cool beans!!
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lol..
I started one P4 2.2GHz at the school, to get an idea of how it folds, so I can evaluate the circumstances..
And the principal(new one)(not the old cool one) said no to the labs folding, but we could fold in my office..
I might need a few more print servers, if you know what I mean..
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sounds like folding on PC's w/out permission to me..... :|
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Old 16th August, 2004, 06:59 PM
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Alex, please be sure to have folding permission on the computers you set up to fold. Too bad about the principal not allowing it in the labs, but don't worry he will crack eventually.

After he sees there is no problems with computers folding in your office, and after you tell him about the cool benefits of folding he will want to fold at home too!

How many comps do you have in your office? And how fast are they? It is great you get to add the office computers so far.
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Toro, I said I could fold on my office's PCs..lol

I am not going to do anytihng I am not supposed too..
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