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Thread: WindowsXP Product Key Viewer - not dualie compatible




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    at least, in my case. Had to switch to single CPU mode in Win XP to get it working but it works very well then. It smartly refuses to work under any other compatibility mode too, couldn't fool it to do so.

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    I had that same problem (on an mpx2 w/ 2x 2200+). How do you run xp in single proc mode?

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    Ahhhh, so that explains why it doesn't work on my dual Pentium III VP6 board and it works fine on my laptop. Good to know.

    LoboTiger

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    glad that others can benefit from my very 1st posting. :)

    To run in single CPU mode, you will need to modify your boot.ini file.

    add a line with the /onecpu switch which look something like this,


    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINDOWS="Micro soft Windows XP Professional 1 CPU" /fastdetect /onecpu

    try it.

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    Thanks.

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    The program works on my dual computer. It doesn't use both processors (only one) but it still works. Would have been nice for the developer to make it use both processors but guess can't ask for everything when it's free. :)

    maybe it didn't work because of your motherboard or processors?

    Just a thought...

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    tried on both P2B-D and D6VAA running dual P3s, both no go till I do the /onecpu switch. What's your setup?

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    can't remember my motherboard version but it's an ASUS and I have dual P3 (intel - of course).

    Wierd results...

    -K

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