2) Number of processors is checked, and under that, greyed out is debug port and Baud rate which are both checked.
-I hope this is what you were after Macboat
I will await response before I proceed to step 3 and the clean boot.
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The Advanced boot options button within the boot tab gives you additional control over Windows startup. These options are typically for advanced startup troubleshooting or development work and so most users will never tweak these settings:
- Number of processors: You can use this to limits the number of processors used on a multiprocessor system.
- Maximum memory: With this option you can specify the maximum amount of physical memory in megabytes (MB) to be used by the operating system. This is useful if you want to simulate a low memory configuration.
- PCI Lock: PCI Lock prevents Windows from reallocating input/output (I/O) and IRQ resources on the Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) bus and so the I/O and memory resources set by the BIOS are preserved.
- Debug: This enables kernel-mode debugging for device driver development. This option is more for development work and not something an end user would honestly use.
- Global debug settings: Allows you to specify debugger connection settings on the computer so a kernel debugger can communicate with a debugger host. The debugger connection between the host and target computers can be a Serial, Firewire (IEEE 1394), or USB 2.0 connection.
- Debug port: Specifies using Serial as the connection type and the serial port. The default port is COM 1.
- Baud rate. An optional setting that allows you to specify the baud rate to use when a Debug port is selected and the debug connection type is Serial. Valid values for baud rate are 9600bps, 19,200bps, 38,400bps, 57,600bps, and 115,200bps. The default baud rate value is 115,200 bps.
- Channel. Specifies using IEEE 1394 as the debug connection type and specifies the channel number to use. The value for channel must be a decimal integer between 0 and 62, inclusive, and must match the channel number used by the host computer. The channel specified does not depend on the physical IEEE 1394 port chosen on the adapter. The default value for channel is 0.
- USB target name. Allows you to specify any number for a string value to use when the debug type is USB.
Edited by iammykyl, 19 September 2012 - 11:23 PM.
How did the Clean Boot go? Re. Post #34.
Edited by Macboatmaster, 23 September 2012 - 12:31 PM.
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