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  1. i5-750 all cores enabled - problem resolved

    Finally the issue is resolved. It was caused by, surprisingly by the USB mouse attached to the system. I found disabling USB legacy support in the BIOS allows the system to boot with all cores...
  2. Thanks, I have updated the BIOS to the latest...

    Thanks, I have updated the BIOS to the latest ver. Still no luck, everything remains the same. Anything else to be checked?
  3. more than one core n/w on i5-750 with Ubuntu

    I have got a DP55WB board with i5 750 processor. It doesn't boot Ubuntu 9.10 amd64 with all the cores enabled. It works only with one core enabled in the BIOS. However, it works fine with Windows 7...
  4. P55 with i5 750 not working with Ubuntu 9.10 with all cores enabled

    I have gone through the review and it gives a good comparison. I have got a new board DP55WB with i5 750. However I could not get it to work with all cores enabled for Ubuntu 9.10 amd 64. It works...
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