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We have a hacked Intel microprocessor. L1 and L2 seem to be programmed. Can I reset this or discharge L1 and L2 without damage to Bios

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  • willey_ken Jun 20, 2008

    We are seeing false screens, we have no control over drives, many apple programs on system. This problem was transfered over when we used the same processor on a new mother board. We also have lost control of permissions.

  • Hitesh Thappa May 11, 2010

    hi
    how come a processor is hacked and not the os.its a bit strange?
    what strange things r happening?


  • Dave DeGain
    Dave DeGain May 11, 2010

    Just what kind of programming is in L1 and L2, please elaborate.

    ]Your Bios is on the motherboard, so anything you may do to L1 and L2 will not affect it.

    What is a false screen? I am not sure what that is.

    What permissions have you lost control over?




  • Jeff richtman
    Jeff richtman May 11, 2010

    What do you mean by "Hacked".

    Is the computer acting strange? If so what type of problems is it displaying?


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