!st I hope this is the right forum for this
I cannot boot my system with Hyperthreading disabled i get a blue screen with this on it.
A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down....DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
when i enable Hyperthreading my system boots normally.
As for the Windows error message.. I know that can a number of different things...and after a bit of Googling, apparently these two files get added when Hyperthreading is enabled.
So i'm thinking that these are causing the fault...(guessing) but don't know if its safe to remove them.
P4 3.4Ghz prescott
Wd 160Gb HDD
Seagate 120Gb HDD
LG 16x burner
Lite-on DVd rom
1Gb Generic DDR 3200
The reason i want to turn it off is i read that the cpu runs cooler with it disabled..mine is idleing at 52c.but jumps upto 75c and above when using applications like photoshop.
So is there a way to disable it and be able to boot without doing a re-install. If I disable it in the BIOS, then do a Repair with the XP pro CD, would that work..As you can probably Guess i'm a bit of a NooB at this.