Wrong cpu detected.


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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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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.
How do I enable VMX (Virtual Machine Extensions)?

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.
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.