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In Reply to: RE: Non acpi install posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on December 08, 2011 at 07:45:13
After comparing one-core and dual-core (on my h55m-usb3) in different setups n tweaks, i now have decided to run on two cores. In my setup this gives slightly more stage and music.
So when going non-acpi i have to select MPS-multiprocessor (when i select 'standard PC' or MPS-uniprocessor' i get bsod because i have two running cores. When you run one core, my guess is you would'nt select MPS-multiprocessor.
Edit: when one core disabled in a dualcore you should select MPS-uniprocessor.
In my setup non acpi is better: more musical.
Edits: 12/08/11Follow Ups:
I ask for i486 with C-Step when installing nLite without MULTI PROCESSOR and with BIOS set to one core enabled before beginning the install.
I use the basic cMP recommended BIOS at install with the exception that I have CDROM as my first boot device.
if you run on one core enabled, you should select MPS uniprocessor.
The C-step processor is a very specific and/or old processor.
I guess I had better give uniprocessor a try.
This time using a regular HDD until it is right and then to copy the image to the SSD per Jack Wong.
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