core multiplexing disable problem

July 28, 2011 at 13:47:37
Specs: Windows Vista, core 2 duo 4400 @ 2.00 ghz/ kingston 2 GB Ram
hey i have a vert serious issue vid my processr.. i have core 2 duo processor 4400 @2.00 ghz. and i am running windows vista ultimate, windowz xp and windows 7.. i have 3 hard drive on my pc.. so i have different os and i have 2 gb ram f kinsgton.. and i do have a nvidia graphic card..and i have intel DG41WV board. bt the main problem is my both core is not working now.. tz been six month i am without both cores.. so i figure it out if i disable "CORE MULTIPLEXING TECHNOLOGY" in BIOS mode my all 3 windows is running well bt with only i core and 2nd core is always 0.. i mean its nt workn.. and the 2nd option is if i Enable "CORE MULTIPLEXING TECHNOLOGY" in Bios mode my all 3 windows is not running .. i have waited for an hour bt still not running any Os {xp, vista and windows 7}.. so i always run my windows n Disable "CORE MULTIPLEXING TECHNOLOGY" mode.. so plez tell me what should i do .. i am vry sad... coz so many time i facing hanging problem.. i want both core in running way.. plez tell me if ther iz any solution..... 1 thing is damm clear mt os not running if i enable "Core Multiplexing Technology".. and if i Run in Disable mode .. my os is running bt only with 1 core.. plez plez plez help me asap.......
waiting 4 ur reply n solution....

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#1
July 28, 2011 at 15:34:10
Run a program that tests both cores & see what happens:

http://www.techpowerup.com/download...


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#2
July 29, 2011 at 00:43:32
plez tell me how ...
i dont c any solution..
plez tell me ....

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#3
July 29, 2011 at 00:44:37
plez tell me how ...
i dont c any solution..
plez tell me ....
what shud i run.. plez tell me everything

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#4
July 29, 2011 at 05:55:18
It's possible that the only thing "wrong" is that you're not running any programs that make use of both cores. Download the Stress Prime program, install it & run it. While it's running, check to see if both cores are being used.


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