How to add a CPU to an existing VM

Posted on 2012-09-06
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How do i add a CPU to an existing VM running Windows 2003 Enterprise server
Question by:mikesiegel
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by:Neil Russell
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shutdown the VM
edit the VM Settings, change cpu from 1 to 2
save settings
start VM

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AdrienneSperber earned 2000 total points
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by:Neil Russell
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Is that not exactly what I said?

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Neilsr, yes and no. His was in greater detail and for a VM novice greater detail is a good thing. It reduces the risk of screw-ups!

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