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    Ok, this is not too important, but I am running Seti@Home and Folding@Home bothe at the same time, all day ever day (except when playing Quake 3 or Unreal Tournament). No problems with Folding@Home, but for the last 87 hours and 27 minutes Seti@Home is still processing the same unit. Could this be because it is a really big unit or because I have 2 things that are always using the processor at the same time for data analysis?
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    I have a Gateway Essential (bad mistake, can't put any cards in the pci slots because they don't fit inside the case). ANYWAY, the processor is a Celeron 633 and I have 128 MB RAM. The audio and video are on the mobo. WinMe.
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    Could be a big unit. But really your splitting the work the cpu has to do between the two programs. So naturally things will slow down.
    Donít feel bad p2 at 400 with 256mb ram.and Iím doing the 3 of them for now.
    Charlie = JugHead

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    let me throw my 2 cents in.....ran both the first nite at seti went from @ 9 hours to 31 hours +.....since then i trade them off
    They told (us) to open up the Embassy, or "we'll blow you away." And then they looked up and saw the Marines on the roof with these really big guns, and they said in Somali, "Igaralli ahow," which means "Excuse me, I didn't mean it, my mistake".

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    I am running version 3.03 of Seti and the Folding program that came out in October.

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