As I said on another thread
I have, unfortunately, an Intel Atom N450
and I cannot use both cores on Windows 2000.
Windows 2000 selects automatically "ACPI Multiprocessor" during the text mode, then stops working after loading the drivers.
It is strange, because with other modern processors (recent Intel Pentium and Intel Core i3) the setup detects automatically the processor without problems.
Looking on the Insyde H2O Bios (v 1.26) I have seen this information
VGA Bios version: Intel V2001
Looking more deeply on Windows XP SP3, I have found more informations:
ID: ACPI\\GENUINEINTEL_-_X86_FAMILY_6_MODEL_28\_0 and \_1, depending from the core.
I have seen that there's no Intelppm.sys on Windows 2000.
Few days ago I have seen this topic
And I thought: If the cpu.inf and the intelppm.sys will be backported into Windows 2000, they would be useful to me.
Am I wrong?
P.S. I don't want to spam nor to bother everybody with this argument, but it's important for me.
This post has been edited by Agorima: 16 August 2012 - 09:29 PM