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Table 2-16 illustrates the compatibility of computers based on their HAL type. One image is required for each compatibility group. In this table, multiprocessor is abbreviated MP and uniprocessor is abbreviated UP.
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Table 2-16 HAL Compatibility Compatibility ACPI PIC ACPI APIC UP ACPI APIC MP Non ACPI UP PIC Non ACPI APIC UP Non ACPI APIC MP ACPI PIC X X X X X X X X X X X X ACPI APIC UP ACPI APIC MP Non ACPI UP PIC Non ACPI APIC UP Non ACPI APIC MP
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Multiprocessor to uniprocessor For this process, the image is created on a multiprocessor reference computer. This image can be used on other multiprocessor computers or on uniprocessor computers. The advantage of multiprocessor to uniprocessor is that you can create a single entry in the Sysprep.inf file that then prompts Windows XP Professional to determine, after MiniSetup is complete, whether a single processor or multiple processors are running. The correct kernel files are then used. The disadvantage of multiprocessor to uniprocessor is that this process requires that, when you create the reference image, you include each of the Mp2up.inf files and other related Mp2up files in the distribution folders. Warning
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This image can be used only in one of the following configurations depending on the HAL type you are using: From an ACPI APIC MP based reference computer for use on other ACPI APIC MP or ACPI APIC UP based computers. From a non ACPI APIC MP based reference computer for use on other non ACPI APIC MP or non ACPI APIC UP based computers.
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To create a multiprocessor-to-uniprocessor image 1. Copy the Mp2up.inf and associated Mp2up files to the location you are using for your Plug and Play device drivers in your distribution folders for example, \$OEM$\$1\Sysprep\Hal. 2. In Sysprep.inf, add:
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[Unattended] UpdateUPHAL = hwid,%SystemDrive%\Sysprep\Hal.inf
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In the preceding example, hwid is either MPS_UP or ACPI APIC_UP. 3. Install the operating system from the distribution folders to a multiprocessor computer. 4. Run Sysprep with the Sysprep.inf created in step 2. 5. Image the computer. 6. Place the image on comparable destination computers. Uniprocessor to multiprocessor For this process, the image is created on a uniprocessor reference computer with an APIC HAL. This image can then be used on computers with compatible hardware and compatible HALs (either APIC UP HALs or APIC MP HALs). The advantage of uniprocessor to multiprocessor is that you do not have to install the Mp2up files on the computer. The disadvantage of uniprocessor to multiprocessor is that before the computers can be shipped, the Sysprep.inf file must be replaced depending on the type of computer being shipped: uniprocessor or multiprocessor. Warning
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This image can be used only in one of the following configurations, depending on the HAL type you are using: From an ACPI APIC uniprocessor based reference computer for use on other ACPI APIC uniprocessor or ACPI APIC multiprocessor based computers. From a non ACPI APIC uniprocessor based reference computer for use on other non ACPI APIC uniprocessor or non ACPI APIC multiprocessor based computers.
To create the uniprocessor-to-multiprocessor image 1. Install the operating system on a uniprocessor computer. 2. Run Sysprep. 3. Create the image of the computer.
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4. In Sysprep.inf, add:
[Unattended] UpdateHAL = hwid,%windir%\inf\hal.inf"
In the preceding example, hwid is either MPS_MP or ACPI APIC_MP. 5. Place the image on comparable destination computers. 6. On multiprocessor computers, use the Sysprep.inf file created in step 4 to replace all previous Sysprep.inf files. You can use any tools you normally use to manipulate files on the hard disk when creating new computers from an image. Using Sysprep to extend disk partitions When installing Windows XP Professional, you might find it necessary to extend the partition of the destination computer. You can use Sysprep with the appropriate entries in the answer file to extend an NTFS partition. You might want to extend an NTFS partition for the following reasons:
To create images that can be extended into larger disk partitions and take advantage of hard disks that might have greater capacity than the original hard disk on the reference computer. To create images on smaller hard disks.
Review the following steps, and choose the method that works best for you based on the third-party tools that you are using to create an image of the operating system. Caution
Make sure that you do not accidentally delete the Setupapi.log and Hyberfil.sys files (if applicable) when modifying the image. These files are re-created when the MiniSetup Wizard runs on the destination computer. Deleting these files on an active system can cause the system to function improperly.
When used in an answer file, the ExtendOemPartition key causes Setup to extend the destination partition into any available unpartitioned space that physically follows it on the hard disk. The values for ExtendOemPartition are 0, 1, and extra size in MB, where
0 Setup does not extend the partition. 1 Setup extends the partition to fill out the hard disk. extra size in MB Setup increases the current partition size by this amount.
ExtendOemPartition automatically leaves the last cylinder on the hard disk free to allow dynamic disk support. ExtendOemPartition can be set to a number other than 1 to indicate a
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