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Multiple login in GTALK!!

Hiya folks,

I notice that even if you dont find your friends in your intranet chat client, you will rather find them on GTALK!! coz people feel that gtalk is faster and efficient. ROTFL 😀 And with the integration of orkut, wow! its something off the hook and essential.

If you are one of the million gtalk users, so you will be one of them who feel terrible to sign out so as to allow your friends or family members to login. EEK!!

GTalk doesn’t support multiple login on the same machine, though many of the other IM clients do!! Not anymore, finally a sigh of relief to all of us.

Try this out.

AIM : To run multiple instances of  gtalk with different users signed in at the same time.

PRE-REQUISITES: You should have an electronic gig that stores, retrieves, and processes data, and can be programmed with instructions. It is composed of hardware and software, and can exist in a variety of sizes and configurations!! hehe :D, an internet connection and gtalk installed on it.

PROCEDURE:

(You will have 1 default instance after gtalk is installed)

  • Right click on your desktop and select “new shorcut”.
  • In the text box for the path, browse for the gtalk.exe (default will be C:\Program Files\Google Talk\gtalk.exe.
  • At the end of the path add this ” /nomutex”.
  • This will look like “c:\program files\google\google talk\googletalk.exe” /nomutex.
  • Thats All! A new Shortcurt will be created which can be used for login with another user id.

OBSERVATION:

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CONCLUSION: If this works, great!! Else, get lost. There is something seriously wrong with your  electronic gig that stores, retrieves, and processes data!!

NOTE : Any info that I conjure up on my blog is right and you are not welcome to defend your stance!! hehe 😀

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