AMD x2 CPU

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Hi guys ...

just one question; I have AMD 4200+ x2 939 CPU, and I have already installed AMD pacth for Dual Core ... but with everysingle program, which shows CPU carateristics, there is only one Core ...

Then I installed Vista x32 and there is everything OK. Two cores ...

I have allready reinstaled AMD patch ...

Any idea? :shock:

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did you try reinstalling xp when you added the 4200?
did you have all the updates for the programs/windows?
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CowKiller wrote:
did you try reinstalling xp when you added the 4200?
did you have all the updates for the programs/windows?


Reinstaling Windows; nope
Updates; yep

I know, that something is wrong with OS, but reinstaling ... hmm :? ... or did you mean Repair? (it's same for me) ... there is some problems with repair while I have a SLO language pack installed.
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i mean wipe and reinstall.. then update programs and xp
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what programs are you trying/using to get such information?
i would agree that a clean install would probably be the best fix for it.
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AnarchY SI wrote:
what programs are you trying/using to get such information?
i would agree that a clean install would probably be the best fix for it.


CPU Info from http://www.amd.com and CPUZ
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My problem is solved ...

Find the following files in as recent a version as you can, check setup cabs for SP2, or on another computer with most recent version and SP2. Then copy them onto a jumpdrive, then rename them as follows:
ntkrnlmp.exe rename to ntoskrnl.exe
ntkrpamp.exe rename to ntkrnlpa.exe
halmacpi.dll rename to hal.dll
Copy those three files to your \windows\system32 directory from safe mode.

Reboot normally.

The computer should now detect a new device, being an ACPI multiprocessor computer, and it will install that in your device manager. Your task manager will show two processors, etc.


Tnx god :)

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