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Chapter 1.  Installing and Booting Windo... > Only one CPU shows up in a multiproc...

1.4. Only one CPU shows up in a multiprocessor system

While this problem doesn't happen often, it can occur if Setup incorrectly detects your PC type and installs the wrong system driver. There are a handful of ways for you to determine whether Windows 2000 is using only one CPU in a multi-CPU system:

  • Open the Computer Management console, and then open the System Information\System Summary branch. Look for multiple Processor entries. If there is only one, Windows 2000 is not using all processors.


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