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Intel 3930K; cannot boot multiple cores


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Hi hopefully someone knows how to fix this....

I'm running a 3930K @ 4.2GHz 24/7 OC stable, with the ASRock X79 Extreme4, I've got full graphics (2 470s) working 100%, audio, ethernet, firewire, esata, etc for all intents and purposes a fully functioning hack except for nativepowermanagement (like everyone else wth sandy bridge e) and for some odd reason I can't boot successfully with more than one core active, or HT for that matter.

So, is there anyone else that's had this issue and knows how to resolve it? Because all I can do right now is boot with only one core enabled in the BIOS, the cpus=1 flag doesn't work, I have to literally disable all other cores to run OS X. (10.7.3)





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