Disabling CPU Cores in Win 2008 and Windows 7

There are some third-party applications which may present a problem and require that they run in “single core” mode.

The straight forward way to resolve this is go to run ‘msconfig’ go to the boot tab,
click on the advanced options button and check the box that says ‘Number of Processors’
or ‘NUMPROC’ and set this value to 1.

This should force your computer to only see one processor.

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