|07 Mar 2009||#1|
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Windows 7 Install BSOD, CPU Config not supported?
Now I am puzzled, I have tried 2x Windows 7 X64 builds and both turn out the same.
While the installer loads after pressing a key to boot from the CD the whole thing spits out a nice BSOD before I can do anything at all, and that BSOD says one thing:
Looking up that error it says it could show up if I combined a 486 CPU with a Pentium for an example... Fair enough... UNTIL you see what I got under the hood.
Only multi CPU setup I got is a SINGLE E8600 CPU which is dual core and those 2 cores are 100% identical architecture and speed wise.
So any solutions or any word from MS on this show stopper bug?
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