ACPI Uniprocessor and ACPI Multiprocessor image on the same build.


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Rob White

I am building a single image that will support both ACPI uniprocessor
and ACPI multiprocessor based hardware sets. Since the components are
mutually exclusive I set target designer to use the uniprocessor
component. If I build the image and run through the FBA on the
uniprocessor machine and then transfer the hard drive to the ACPI
Multiprocessor machine I am asked for a file called halmacpi.dll the
file doesn't seem to be included in an components provided with
target designer (SP2), so I can't simply include a component.

Every time the multiprocessor image starts it asks for this file
(halmacpi.dll) and then claims that the hardware did not install
correctly. So my question is, if I need ACPI is it possible to support
both uniprocessor and multiprocessor hardware sets on the same image?
If so how?

Thanks for any help.
Rob
 
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Rob White

OK, so in hindsight it was a silly question, all I have to do is use
the "Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) PC" component.
And job's a gud'n.
Rob
 

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