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try actually reading all the posts
now that's an attitude that makes people wanna help you
    
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now that's an attitude that makes people wanna help you
the first post said the exact same thing... and the topic was only 6 deep...
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got phenom..

problem im having is when i boot up sometimes it will only boot on one core...

if it does.. all i have to do is restart.. and it comes up with all.. but its annoying...

anyone ever heard of this or seen it?
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the first post said the exact same thing... and the topic was only 6 deep...
I'm really not trying to be a troll, but more trying to prevent one... maybe YOU should actually try reading all the posts, as your first post said nothing about what you claimed it did. One thing I learned here... if you want help, learning to kindly deal with those who may have misread/misinterpreted is always beneficial. Wrong attitude for someone looking for assistance, IMO, just as microman said...
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Weird. I wouldn't expect it's a driver issue. Probably a bios problem with your motherboard. Did you install Vista with the Phenom or before it? Oh crap! I just realized you have my motherboard! Perhaps I should pay attention to how this pans out.

My motherboard will return to me tomorrow.
    
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I'm really not trying to be a troll, but more trying to prevent one... maybe YOU should actually try reading all the posts, as your first post said nothing about what you claimed it did. One thing I learned here... if you want help, learning to kindly deal with those who may have misread/misinterpreted is always beneficial. Wrong attitude for someone looking for assistance, IMO, just as microman said...
It looks like he meant the first post after his. But still, Ace, being nice on the interwebs goes a long way. who knows? maybe one day it'll come back and benefit you in some way.
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It looks like he meant the first post after his. But still, Ace, being nice on the interwebs goes a long way. who knows? maybe one day it'll come back and benefit you in some way.
Yeah it's very likely, but that's what I was referring to in terms of misreading/misinterpreting... it happens, no reason to get fussy! Now that being said, let's try to get this guy some help
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It looks like he meant the first post after his. But still, Ace, being nice on the interwebs goes a long way. who knows? maybe one day it'll come back and benefit you in some way.
Ah. The things we learn on OCN.

Hostility never works, because just like what happened, you got a bunch of people on your case for making what seemed like a hostile remark to somebody who was trying to help you.

Rather than saying: "Why don't you read everything before you post?"

Why not say: "Tried that already, thanks for the input though!"

Definitely makes you more friendly and make people more willing to help you.

But atleast you have proper grammar. I can't stand some of these noobs that come on here and get mad that we don't help them figure out why they can't POST in their leet speak.

"OMGZ *** iz up wit my effin rgi??!!1 I turnn it On but it do no TUrn on? Thniik u guyz can helps mei?!1"
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Ace_001, not sure if this has been mentioned yet or not but make sure in "power management" that you have it set to "high performance". For Windows XP, "ACPI multiprocessor PC" is required in order for the OS to see multiple cores. This feature is usually located in the device manager under "My Computer".

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Ace_001, not sure if this has been mentioned yet or not but make sure in "power management" that you have it set to "high performance". For Windows XP, "ACPI multiprocessor PC" is required in order for the OS to see multiple cores. This feature is usually located in the device manager under "My Computer".

Good luck
He is running Vista
    
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He is running Vista
Duke, thank you I realized that. I mentioned that he should check to make sure "High Performance" was enabled which is only a feature in Vista. The "ACPI Multiprocessor PC" is something that is installed under Windows XP...just thought I'd mentioned that so he could check on that. Not sure whether or not that is the same in Vista.
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