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Message 1210177 - Posted: 26 Mar 2012, 0:29:26 UTC

it seems like the tasks can not be done because of the gpu. What do i do?

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Message 1210181 - Posted: 26 Mar 2012, 0:38:57 UTC - in response to Message 1210177.

it seems like the tasks can not be done because of the gpu. What do i do?


You are using S@H stock applications. There is no stock support for GPU apps on ATI cards. CPU apps will run just fine.

If you want to use your ATI card, you'll have to download and install the Lunatics optimized suite. Threre is a new installer coming shortly, so you should wait and watch the Number Crunching forum for release information. Note that you'll have to watch for updates yourself; these are third party apps and do not automatically download from the project.

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Message 1211000 - Posted: 28 Mar 2012, 12:39:45 UTC - in response to Message 1210181.

The new installer is out. If you choose to use the installer it is up to you to update your optimized apps. S@H does not send out update warnings on 3rd party apps. That being said the installer works very much like any other installer. This one however expects you to know a few things about your PC. Be careful when installing. The nice thing is that if you screw up you can just go back and reinstall


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