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[archive] Open up two copies of Acubench running together on windows XP

[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 12 August 2003]

Proceed at your own risk!

There is a simple method to bypass Acubench's protection logic that only allows a single instance of Acubench on your system. I played with it and everything seems to work fine, but who knows?

Step #1: Open acubench as you normally would
Step #2: right click on acubench executable (Acubench60.exe) and click Run as...
Step #3: select 'the following user' and choose a user who is anyobdy but yourself. Of course, you must have the password for that user and that user must have permissions to operate normally on your machine (especially local login).

Thats it! Acubench will most likely pop up with the default .ini settings. Your .ini settings are in your 'documents and settings' folder, so look for them to make acubench work the way you want.

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