Windows XP can "see" only 1 CPU?

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  1. Yes.
  2. You can still use a multi-core CPU, but if you have a motherboard with multiple CPUs, you'll need the Pro version.
  3. hellwig said:
    You can still use a multi-core CPU, but if you have a motherboard with multiple CPUs, you'll need the Pro version.


    Ah yes to that to, and that may be what clyde2 was worried about. My answer was a bit brief :)
  4. I'm still confused. My CPU is Athlon II X2 250 (3.0 GHz).

    So will my Win XP Home see the 2 CPUs?
  5. No it will see one CPU with 2 cores, which act like 2 CPUs.
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