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Windows 7: Machine Fingerprint changes when plugged into mains power


22 Nov 2011   #1

windows 7 pro 32bit
 
 
Machine Fingerprint changes when plugged into mains power

I have an unusual situation where every time my computer is restarted on mains power (notebook) the machine fingerprint changes.

The only upgrade to the system is an additional 2GB of RAM - I have tried removing this and the error still occurs.

The machine fingerprint is reset if the notebook is started on battery power and keeps the same machine fingerprint code - it only changes when the notebook is started on mains power,

I am running an IBM T60 with Windows 7 Pro 32

Upgrades are an additional 2GB of RAM and a larger hard drive - the error still occurs when the original equipment is re-installed

The machine fingerprint changing plays havoc with Nuance software activation

any info on how i can fix this will be greatly appreciated

Gary


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