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hammr25

AMD Dual core drivers

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Has anyone successfully integrated the AMD Dual core drivers and the dual core optimizer into their nLite install?

Before I try it I wanted to see if anyone else had since I don't exactly know a whole lot about adding new stuff. I guess I'm afraid I'd try putting it in the installation at the wrong point.

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I always integrate the AMD CPU drivers. Never bothered with that other utility tho.

Works fine.

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Thanks for the answers guys. I finally got around to messing with this. I found the switches for each installer and used the nLite addon program to make them nLite addons and they worked just fine.

I've put them on my webspace if anyone wants them.

AMD Dual Core Optimizer MD5 checksum dc3ac1b3fc623df71b49106520fa18a4

AMD Athlon 64/FX Processor Driver MD5 checksum d8261d334796b21e9ec2f32b63003604

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Thnx, curious, how did you find the switchless installer options?

And, did you include the hotfix+reg entry

(WindowsXP-KB896256-v3-x86-ENU.exe) +

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Throttle]
"PerfEnablePackageIdle"=dword:00000001

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No that windows update isn't included but I use RyanVM's updates and that has the MS dual core hotfix in it.

I ran PEiD on them to figure out what kind of installer they were then I googled to find common switches for those types of installers and then tested those switches.

the setup.exe one uses an MS installer and the amdcpusetup.exe one uses a Wise installer.

After that I just downloaded the nLite add-on creator tool and used it to make my cab files......making sure I put the switches into it.

This site and the people who donate all those tools are just awesome!!!!

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