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I have an akoya Notebook with a INTEL Centrino 2 inside (2 CPU kernel, 64bit, 4 GB Mainmem) and installed Windows 7 64bit version.
First a question: Why does Windows 7 not configure automatically 2 cpu's?
I "forced" the 2 cpu mode in the msconfig menu. However, after the reboot, Windows 7 starts up but terminates with a BLUESCREEN telling me "BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO"
Before, I used win vista home premium 32 bit and run it in 2 cpu mode without any hassles.
Any ideas how to "motivate" Windows 7 to use 2 cpu's and 64bit adress mode?
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