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I read the document and according to all I read my system should be able to
recognize that Hyper-Threading is activated in the BIOS configuration and
the OS should think I have two CPU's. After speaking with Soyo Tech. Support
which is the maker of the motherboard, they suggested that I re-install
Windows 2000 Server and when the install generates the following
"Press F6 if you need to install a third party scsi or RAID driver." That I
should press F5 to manually choose the correct Standard computer type. When
the list appears I should choose "ACPI Multiprocessor" selection. Well when
the list appeared the ACPI Multiprocessor selection was not an option.
Still searching for answers, any help would be great!
"S Vijay [MSFT]" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> For detailed information on Windows 2000 operating system and Intel Hyper
> threading technology, view the document given below:
> Hope this helps.
> Vijay S
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