Wrong cpu detected.

alexkid691

New Member
I have an i7-860(oc) but on Hwinfo64 appears i5-760.Why that does not appear correct.In cpu-z is correct for example?Perhaps it is a bug.
 

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
I guess it's because HWiNFO can't match the CPU model, beacuse you have disabled VMX (Virtual Machine Extensions).
Please try to enable it and check again.
 

alexkid691

New Member
How do I enable VMX (Virtual Machine Extensions)?[hr]
It solved the problem I started the windows in normal mode (without virtual machine)but why can i not run Hwinfo under a virtual machine ?Thanks for the help.
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
Virtual Machines usually separate true hardware from applications, so it's impossible for any application (including HWiNFO) to determine what's the real hardware beneath it.
 
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