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need help. sysprep from single core processor to core 2 processor. how to do it

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hi everyone. i am having problems with sysprep. i have 12 dual core pc's which need to be set up for a primary school i support. the pc i want to image from is a single core celeron pc. how can this be done. please need this sorted as im back there Wed.
PCI\VEN_1106 & DEV_0571
PCI\VEN_1106 & DEV_5372
These are on the dual core machine.
The pc i want to image from has DEV\VEN_1039 & DEV_5513
please can anyone help.

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