Why would you want that? Your current worker is already using your GPU's full power. Splitting that wouldn't help... What you might want is a backup pool for your computer to use in case slush's goes down or something.
ATI 3200 doesn't support mining. Only 4xxx series and above.
Ah, thank you for answering both my questions. I appreciate your time.
-How would I go about setting up a back up pool in case my predominate one goes down? As well, in the same breath, which would you recommend as a good back up choice?
Since your using GUI Miner,
This should answer your questionhttp://forum.bitcoin.org/?topic=3878.0;all
How to use a backup pool aka fallback support:
Fallback support is in the OpenCL miner only. In the flags, specify the --backup argument with the info of the backup pool. For example if I want to fallback to my account on slush's pool, I would write:
If you don't know the host name or port, you can see it in the console tab whenever you run a miner.That's all you need for basic support. You can tweak it with these options:
--failback=N attempt to fail back to the primary pool every n getworks, default 2
--tolerance=N use fallback pool only after N consecutive connection errors, default 2
In the future this might be more tightly integrated into the GUI but I don't want to make the GUI too complicated for things that a lot of users don't need.