Welcome guest. Before posting on our computer help forum, you must register. Click here it's easy and free.

Author Topic: Could use some help  (Read 3737 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

overthehill

    Topic Starter


    Apprentice

  • Keep Canada beautiful. Swallow your beer cans.
  • Thanked: 14
    • Yes
    • Yes
  • Experience: Familiar
  • OS: Windows Vista
Could use some help
« on: June 05, 2010, 10:27:56 PM »
 
I'm hoping that someone can give me a better understanding of what this means. I've copied what's below from [email protected] and ?????. I don't use Vista and I don't know if that would even make a difference?
Like where is, console client, Systray client?. 
Thanks


auto start with windows vista?

how do you make folding at home start with vista 32-bit so I don't have to start it every rip?


 
Re: auto start with windows vista?

If the console client, create a shortcut to the fah exe, and put in your startup folder.

If the Systray client, copy the shortcut from the Start, Programs, [email protected] program folder, and put in Start, Programs, Startup folder.



             

overthehill

    Topic Starter


    Apprentice

  • Keep Canada beautiful. Swallow your beer cans.
  • Thanked: 14
    • Yes
    • Yes
  • Experience: Familiar
  • OS: Windows Vista
Re: Could use some help
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2010, 08:44:58 PM »

I'm hoping that someone can give me a better understanding of what this means. I've copied what's below from [email protected] and ?????. I don't use Vista and I don't know if that would even make a difference?
Like where is, console client, Systray client?. 
Thanks


auto start with windows vista?

how do you make folding at home start with vista 32-bit so I don't have to start it every rip?


 
Re: auto start with windows vista?

If the console client, create a shortcut to the fah exe, and put in your startup folder.

If the Systray client, copy the shortcut from the Start, Programs, [email protected] program folder, and put in Start, Programs, Startup folder.


 
Edit the above post; I managed to decipher the hieroglyphics . overthehill