ok I think i pretty much understant it now!
its kind of like physics we have to find the formula to get the answers and then once we find the formula we plug it all into a calculator to do the work for us
so we do all the hard part in finding the formulas and the calculators just make it easier and faster to find the answers!
im probably way off... but hey atleast I kind of see how computers can help
Im going to download it!
profdlp wrote: »
Delete the EMIII folder from Program Files and remove the shortcut from the Startup group and you'll have it gone.
I mixed the EMIII in with my FOLDING folder...how can i tell them apart?
Oriane wrote: »
Unfortunately in this case, EMII does not use an install/uninstall utility, so you will have to do this uninstall by hand. Attached are the files and directories that come with and are generated by EMIII. Deleting these by hand should not impact the FAH instance.
While the author does not care that you install it into the FAH directory, I would, for this very reason, install it next time into its own directory. Then you can remove EMIII much more simply.
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Did you set your Folding client's configuration to Team 93? Please say yes!
There is a setting in the F@H configuration, the screen that shows up when your first install Folding, that allows for a "Pause" setting when the laptop is on battery. It really works.
Here's how to change the configuration:
-- turn off Folding
-- create a shortcut of the F@H starting icon and put it on your deskdtop
-- right click on that icon, then select properties, then select the "Shortcut" tab
-- scroll to the right end of the 'Target' field. It should look like this "......exe." Delete anything that follows the (") marke.
-- now, after ", add this flag, -configonly, that is a space after the exe" followed by -configonly.
-- close the properties window and click on your modified icon. it will open the config file. when you get to the point where it asks you if you wish to change advanced settings, enter y or yes. you will get to a setting where you can enter 'yes' for Folding to pause when the laptop is on battery power.
-- after you have made the change to the configuration, and you have closed the properties window, DELETE that shortcut on your desktop. It will save the configuration change, but your other shortcuts will still work.
first question, how do i turn off F@H?
second, from what file do I make a shortcut, I have had folding for a while.
I feel so long and it looks so simple to do.
ECHO Stopping service
net stop "FAH@C:+Program Files+F@H+F@H1+FAH504-Console.exe"
net stop "FAH@C:+Program Files+F@H+F@H2+FAH504-Console.exe"
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