|22 Nov 2012||#1|
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Windows 7 64 bit suddenly only recognizes one core.
i am new here,
at all other forums they tought this question is nonsense
I have a weird problem with my laptop.
my laptop is a dell latitude d630 with an intel core 2 duo T7300 cpu
it is a dual core cpu
but since 2 days my computer runs slower. i didn't understand.
using cpu-z i saw that my cpu only has ONE core.
i do not understand.
can cores go bad separate?
thanks for your help,
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