I get no errors or warning during the dependency auto-resolve session, but I during dependence check of components I get the following error: INI tab, then click Advanced. If you did a dependency check, the status pane at the bottom should have told you want was missing. Preparation Guide, Malware Removal Assistance. Run the msconfig utility, go to the BOOT.
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Yes, my password is: When Windows XP is installed, it selects the correct file from one of the following and renames it to hal.
Just execute the following commands in a cmd. Beyond that, I’d suggest running the repair install again to see if you can catch exactly when it stops. I have not tried this, though. Does anyone know how to fix this?
Solved: ACPI Multiprocessor PC -v- Standard PC | Tech Support Guy
If that’s the case and help is needed, please PM a staff member for assistance. Using the site is easy and fun. Aug 7, Messages: My guess is that you are missing NT multiorocessor component.
Here’s a link with descriptions of the log multiprocessoor that are generated during a Windows installation: This does not always work, though. Windows won’t let you uninstall the one it is currently using in Device Manager, so there won’t be an uninstall option for the Standard PC entry. Is this because the setup did not finish? I believe that the key indicates what version is applicable, not the files themselves.
ACPI Multiprocessor PC requires an additional enabled component not in the configuration???
From what I understand, this forces Windows to use the multi-core kernel: Px could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: Will get back to posting as soon as Im able.
I’ve got a Lenovo n laptop that’s 3 years old. Breaking Protections in Hardware Cryptocurrency Wallets.
ACPI to Standard PC in Devmgr
Wkndows first screen should ask you if you want to setup Windows XP – you press Enter for that one. The build failed when it reached: Welcome to Tech Support Guy!
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Solved: ACPI Multiprocessor PC -v- Standard PC
Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. Maybe the Computer entry in Device Xxp is incorrect? Please re-install a copy of the above file. If multicore boots and works properly, then you can delete the single core entry from boot.