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    No the 2 CPU's must be in the 1 system.

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    Okay! i take it you will need two of everythin else then?! :confused:

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    you didn't get it pal...CPU here means, two processors!
    you never heard abt mobos supporting two CPU's? :confused:
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    wELL That what i was thinking but then i thought asking if you need a mother board with two processors would be stupid........but there are?! Where the smeg do you find them?

    ta ta

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    : omg: :rofl: :rofl:

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    i beleive tyan makes quite a few
    S2460
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    Those ar just ones that I remember off hand.

    BTW What do you think AthlonMPs are for???????:drool:

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    During the standard setup you're given the chance to set an admin password I believe. Any accounts created during the install are automatically members of the local administrators group, so the account you're using now is already an admin. If you want to reset the actual administrator account's password, there's no need to boot into Safe Mode. Simply right-click My Computer, Manage, expand Local Users and Groups, highlight Users, and you'll see the Administrator account in the right pane. Right-click it, and choose Set Password. Or, if you don't plan on using it and your account is a member of the local admin group, you can disable it. That can get you in trouble though depending on your account lockout policy. It's possible to lock out your own admin account, and if that happens while the actual Administrator account is disabled you're in trouble. There are ways around that, but that's a bit outside the scope of your original question.

    Hope that helps :)

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    Well the Admin account is only enabled in safe mode. You cannot use it fron regular boot.

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    what about the ctrl+alt+del trick? ;)
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    when you crtl+alt+del. you can type in the admin but when you try to use it, it says there are restrictions on the account. So its kinda half way secure. But if I was sitting in front of the system, hacking it would be VERY VERY easy. :thumbs do :shh:

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