07-01-2010 10:35 AM
I've been having issues on my r61e running Cubase 5 (creates audio glitches & the like) - it seems that if I turn off multi-processing within Cubase this helps & it has been suggested that I should do the same in the BIOS. My question is - will this impact negatively on my system in any way? If I turn off multi-processing in the BIOS will I lose power so to speak? I'm not really sure of the details..... Many thanks for your help.
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07-01-2010 05:39 PM
it would switch off one of the core on the CPU, it does slow down the laptop.
07-01-2010 07:39 PM - edited 07-01-2010 07:39 PM
If you want to run the said application only on a single core without disabling it in the BIOS try this method
In the task manager go to the cubicle process-->right click-->set affinity.
You will see something like this .
Deselect anyone of the processing core.
Does that help?