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M. Schmitt
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I installed the driver 301.42 on my i7 2600K and no BRP4Cuda32 is crunched. And my boincmgr-link is not working. For sure I have setup to control for all users.
Under the the C:\Program Files there is no BOINC dir.
I have to install the boinc 6.10.60 over and over again. The repair option is not working. In the C:ProgramData I have no rights, only as Administrator.
Several Gamma-ray pusar seach files are almost ready and T4T is at 24%.
I don't want lose that work.

The boinc 6.10.58 link is defect:
boinc_6.10.58_windows_x86_64.exe 01-Jul-2010 11:55 320K

Shall I downgrade to the last working driver, or what?

Any help is most welcome!

M. Schmitt
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Help needed

I had never use GPU enabled, my fault.

The 301.42 driver is working now.

But this doesn't my my other problems!
I have managed to get access to 'c:\Users\All Users\BOINC' where the data files are stored.
But where is the boincmgr? I did't find it anywhere!
After a crash yesterday I updated my system from a backup.
Shall I move back the BOINC dir as a last chance.

What does this mean:
'This file is used as a placeholder until real data files are created or copied from another location.'
It's located in the projects dir.

Kind regards
Michael

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If you chose to install BOINC

If you chose to install BOINC to a different directory than the standard directory, I'm not talking about the data directory, it should be in that non-standard folder.
When updating it should install to the directory you initially setup on the first install.

M. Schmitt
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I do always install boinc in

I do always install boinc in the standard dir.

M. Schmitt
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How can I add myself to the

How can I add myself to the boinc_users group. It is impossible on my Win 7 Home Premium!

[edit]The link is still defect:
boinc_6.10.58_windows_x86_64.exe / 01-Jul-2010 11:55 / 320K

Can't someone care about it! For me its the last version that is working without adding myself to the boinc_users group!

Bernd Machenschalk
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RE: [edit]The link is still

Quote:
[edit]The link is still defect:
boinc_6.10.58_windows_x86_64.exe / 01-Jul-2010 11:55 / 320K

I don't know which link on which page you are referring to.

FWIW, here is a local copy of boinc_6.10.58_windows_x86_64.exe on our mirror in Germany.

BM

BM

M. Schmitt
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Your link is also

Your link is also defect.

[edit]My link is http://boinc.berkeley.edu/dl/

But I have a local copy under Linux.

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Control Panel\System and

Control Panel\System and Security\Administrative Tools

Under Computer Management (local)
Local Users and Groups.

M. Schmitt
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No chance. Keep in mind

No chance.

Keep in mind that I have a Win 7 Home Premium Edition.

No System and Security\Administrative Tools.

Thanks for your help.

Jacques Roux Zindabad
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here's the command to add

here's the command to add "username" to the group "boinc_users" under Win 7 Home:
net localgroup boinc_users username /add

M. Schmitt
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Do I have to set up a

Do I have to set up a Home-Network?
Your code is gives an error of type 5!

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