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    Default Re: World Community Grid - PureOverclock team updates

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    One of the better things about being older...... Can't hear $hit over around 12Khz so don't have to worry about it

    The only time I heard noise on audio when distributed computing was running was with F@h running GPU.

    I never had more than one screen so again not much help. I've had a 4 screen wide desktop but without the hardware I saw no issues when running 2 GX-2's
    Lolz my onboard is doing 192Khz :P

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    It's not the bitrate, it's the processing and audio features that make the difference between onboard and discrete

    Don't want to derail this thread though, so I do have a question:

    Is there a way to "manually" install the WCG client, etc rather than using the installer? Has anyone tried manually copying the folder/files for an install workaround?

    Let's just say I'm interested in potentially running WCG on a system that doesn't allow program installations due to lack of "administrator privileges". Don't ask.......

    Anyone heard of such an option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    It's not the bitrate, it's the processing and audio features that make the difference between onboard and discrete

    Don't want to derail this thread though, so I do have a question:

    Is there a way to "manually" install the WCG client, etc rather than using the installer? Has anyone tried manually copying the folder/files for an install workaround?

    Let's just say I'm interested in potentially running WCG on a system that doesn't allow program installations due to lack of "administrator privileges". Don't ask.......

    Anyone heard of such an option?
    I would imagine that if during the installation you had the Data folder inside the program folder it would be mobile... Hacking government computers to run Bionic are we? XD

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    What you propose is known colloquially as Borging and is seriously frowned upon by WCG. In the event that the owner contacts them they will deduct points gained by said machine.

    Not sure how this goes but........If you have a similar machine you could build the install by placing two folders, BOINC and inside that BOINCDATA, then directing the install to those folders. Having done that then copy those to a stick and then to the other machine where you could then run it and configure it

    Not sure if it will still run at startup though.... If not then you will need to edit some stuff you don't have access to

    You could try this on rigs you own before attempting the real deal
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    It seems to have helped to limit Bionic to 1Mb/s up and down

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    For the record, I'm not trying to cheat anything or anyone, not trying to do anything "bad" with respect to WCG, not trying to smurf as someone else, or artificially boost scores, etc, etc. NOTHING of the sort. I would never try anything like that, nor jeopardize a legit cause and friendly competition. My question arises out of rather basic technical nature: I simply want to install WCG on a computer on which I'm not the Administrator, which means I can't actually install WCG on it. That's really all there is to it. So I was wondering if there was a way to manually put files there. As it stands, I have 3 rigs running in my name/account, but a 4th I'm not the Account Administrator on. For example, say I have a rig but my wife is the Administrator on it but doesn't want to give me the password/rights to install WCG. It's kinda like that. Was hoping there was a way to make it work, that's all.

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    Why not just run a password finder on the machine in question. There are a lot of them out there. it boots into a live enviroment then scans for Password. Write it down and when you need admin access into password.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    For the record, I'm not trying to cheat anything or anyone, not trying to do anything "bad" with respect to WCG, not trying to smurf as someone else, or artificially boost scores, etc, etc. NOTHING of the sort. I would never try anything like that, nor jeopardize a legit cause and friendly competition. My question arises out of rather basic technical nature: I simply want to install WCG on a computer on which I'm not the Administrator, which means I can't actually install WCG on it. That's really all there is to it. So I was wondering if there was a way to manually put files there. As it stands, I have 3 rigs running in my name/account, but a 4th I'm not the Account Administrator on. For example, say I have a rig but my wife is the Administrator on it but doesn't want to give me the password/rights to install WCG. It's kinda like that. Was hoping there was a way to make it work, that's all.
    Lolz, I think it should work. I like the hacking government computers idea better XD


    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Why not just run a password finder on the machine in question. There are a lot of them out there. it boots into a live enviroment then scans for Password. Write it down and when you need admin access into password.
    That sounds highly illegal....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Lolz, I think it should work. I like the hacking government computers idea better XD




    That sounds highly illegal....
    Sounds on the level of circumventing the admin privileges so you can run WCG. lol Was just putting out ideas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    For the record, I'm not trying to cheat anything or anyone, not trying to do anything "bad" with respect to WCG, not trying to smurf as someone else, or artificially boost scores, etc, etc. NOTHING of the sort. I would never try anything like that, nor jeopardize a legit cause and friendly competition. My question arises out of rather basic technical nature: I simply want to install WCG on a computer on which I'm not the Administrator, which means I can't actually install WCG on it. That's really all there is to it. So I was wondering if there was a way to manually put files there. As it stands, I have 3 rigs running in my name/account, but a 4th I'm not the Account Administrator on. For example, say I have a rig but my wife is the Administrator on it but doesn't want to give me the password/rights to install WCG. It's kinda like that. Was hoping there was a way to make it work, that's all.
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    Welcome new team member Kewlbreze77!!

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    Today's Pie.



    There are only enough slices for 10 people, so if we get at least 2 more members, somebody is going to go hungry...

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    Milestones:

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    LULZ my pentium3 wont be able to do that XD even at idle at idle is like full load and im running DSL (Damn Small Linux)

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    today I am going to try and bring another rig online....its an older system that I have for my kids to use, but it should be able to add a few cycles to the effort


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    today I am going to try and bring another rig online....its an older system that I have for my kids to use, but it should be able to add a few cycles to the effort
    wow is it ever an older system, AMD Sempron, so it will only be crunching on one core, but better than not at all


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