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Adding dual processors

Tyrome Brown
Occasional Visitor

Adding dual processors

I have Terminal Server installed on a HP Vectra XU 6/200 server. I have
installed another processor. The bios sees the the processor, however, Terminal
Server does not. Is there a utility that will allow Terminal Server to
recognize the additional processor or will I have to re-install it?
3 REPLIES
Paul Heffels_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: Adding dual processors

Hi tyrome,

After installing another processor you need to register it with the OS. There
is a tool in the resource kit that does the job (although I have heard of
problems with it), and if you don't have the resource kit, you will need to
reinstall the OS.
Jamie Hughes_1
Regular Advisor

Re: Adding dual processors

UPTOMP is the Resource Kit utility that should be used when adding a second
processor. Make sure you follow the instructions step-by-step.
Vincenzo Bochicchio_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: Adding dual processors

Tyrome-

You don't 'need' the uptomp.exe utility in the resource kit. You can actually
just follow the steps by Microsoft listed @ their website.

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q156/3/58.asp

Make sure you backup your rdisk first! :)

Vincenzo