HP is hard at work trying to fix that pesky reboot problem brought about by Windows XP SP3. It already has a step-by-step troubleshooter on its Web site, and it’s working on a patch to fix the problem full-stop. (Users can enter SP37394 in HP’s search engine, which will point to the patch once it’s released.)
The preliminary reason for all these headaches? It seems Intel drivers were mistakingly installed on systems with AMD processors, causing all sorts of chaos.
- Founded 1969
- Overview AMD is an American semiconductor company that develops computer processors and related technologies for both commercial and consumer markets. They produce primarily microprocessors, motherboard chipsets, embedded processors, and graphics processors. The company was founded in 1969. They are now the second largest producer of x86 chips in the market.
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