It can only be seen in Disk Management, but even there it can’t be deleted, can’t be formatted, or assigned a drive letter. The hardware requirements for the software would detail this. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Dafe2, I hope this is correct grammar and placement. Could you fellow Tech Republic people give me some insight?
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Wed Apr 25, 8: Ray, no need to worry about what windows calls it as long as the benchmarks are ok. Uniprocewsor 10, Posts: So as I started off with a D with no OS and no way to see this partition, I didn’t even know it was there. The only other option is to deploy flat XP CD images, and install the apps later with group policy.
Different motherboards and chip-sets support different Intel CPUs. Uni- means one so effectively, it means “one processor.
Sure beats the hell out of having to type everything on to one line. When do you get the “CPU not supported” message? Lower Mainland, BC Registered: I haven’t seen that since went to Pentium class.
ACPI uniprocessor pc
Tue Apr 24, 8: Dilbert Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: If you get the error message when running applications, I would be curious to know what the applications are. Want to enjoy fewer advertisements and more features?
At most, unprocessor of the 4 will work on a specific motherboard. It’s not a business machine, just a home PC. I have a question about the uniprocessor though.
Wed Apr 25, 5: Windows setup didn’t see it either, and when unipocessor built boot. XP installs itself in partition 2, but it thinks it is 1, and builds the boot.
Installing XP with ACPI Uniprocessor driver?
Could you fellow Tech Republic people give me some insight? Oh and to force in a HAL, which you may have seen: Track this discussion and email me when there are updates.
This conversation is currently closed to new comments. We’ve recently switched to WDS.
Thanks for the input. Tue Apr 24, 9: It can only be seen in Disk Management, but even there it can’t be deleted, can’t be formatted, or assigned a drive letter. But that solution kind of sucks.
ACPI uniprocessor pc
Jesus Jumping Christ on a purple pogo stick! On the topic of sysprep have you seen this?
Will check it out So everything went well and yet no boot. I think my supplier pulled a bait and switch on me. This is wrong by the way: I just need to recreate the WDS image and test deployment.