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Setup of Dual Processors in Win2000

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by bmylesjr, Mar 14, 2001.

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  1. bmylesjr

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    I just replaced my motherboard with one that has dual processor capability. I have already set up the PC with Win 2000 with just the one processor installed. Do I need to do anything in Win 2000 before I install the second processor? One of the people I talked to said I might have to set up SMP first but I can find no info on doing this, only some articles about SMP in microsoft's support area, which mostly deal with SQL Server.

    Any help or ideas would be most appreciated.

    Thanks a million..Bryan <[email protected]>
     
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    In NT I think there is 2 Kernel's. One for one processor and the other for two. Im not sure what you have to do in 2000.
     
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