Richard Johnson asked:
> How do you know this? How can I learn what Windows does with
Run the Windows Task Manager and selected the Performance tab; on my system,
it shows two separate graphs, one for each logical CPU.
> if two CPUs are present...." Direct quote. If you have two logical
> CPUs, you can't remove one, therefore, unless M$ has fixed the problem(s)
> in XP, you can't use Windows with two logical CPUs, i.e., hyperthreading.
The machine came with Windows XP pre-installed; I ran it a couple of times,
then blew it away (do I hear cheers?) when I installed Linux. I probably
didn't run it long-enough to hit any bugs.
-- Scott Robert Ladd Coyote Gulch Productions, http://www.coyotegulch.com No ads -- just very free (and somewhat unusual) code.
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