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Old 11-21-2001, 10:40 AM
jim jedlicka jim jedlicka is offline
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Default Anyone running duel processors?

Is it possible to run the 001 with dual processors?If so what board are you running and which processors?
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Old 11-21-2001, 11:14 AM
yavuzj yavuzj is offline
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Default Re: Anyone running duel processors?

Well No. You need these requirements to do that.

1. An OS that is Compatible with Dual Processors (Win2000, WinXP Pro)

2. An Application that is Dual Processor Enabled.

Digi001+PT LE Package is neither Win2000/XP compatible nor Dual Processor enabled. Digidesign seem to be very slow at incorporating new technology. This might mean that WinXP compatibility may not come before 3-6Months or Dual Processor capability in 2Years to NEVER. So, make your decisions accordingly.
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