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HOW TO CHANGE YOUR PC PROCESSER NAME !

Napster

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#1
STEEPS>>>

go to..

start>>Run>>

type: regedit
and press ENTER!

then go..

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>

HARDWARE>

DISCRIPTION>

SYSTEM>

CENTRAL PROCESSOR>

ON RIGHT HAND SIDE
RIGHT CLICK ON
PROCESSORNAMESTRING
AND THEN WRITE
ANYTHING U WANT IN
THAT TEXTBOX.


enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:dance3:
 

mystic

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#2
kltiwari said:
STEEPS>>>

go to..

start>>Run>>

type: regedit
and press ENTER!

then go..

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>

HARDWARE>

DISCRIPTION>

SYSTEM>

CENTRAL PROCESSOR>

ON RIGHT HAND SIDE
RIGHT CLICK ON
PROCESSORNAMESTRING
AND THEN WRITE
ANYTHING U WANT IN
THAT TEXTBOX.


enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:dance3:
If you have dual core processor then
type: regedit and press ENTER!
then go..

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>

HARDWARE>

DISCRIPTION>

SYSTEM>

CENTRAL PROCESSOR>

0> or 1>

ON RIGHT HAND SIDE
RIGHT CLICK ON
PROCESSORNAMESTRING
AND THEN WRITE
ANYTHING U WANT IN
THAT TEXTBOX.
 

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mystic said:
kltiwari said:
STEEPS>>>

go to..

start>>Run>>

type: regedit
and press ENTER!

then go..

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>

HARDWARE>

DISCRIPTION>

SYSTEM>

CENTRAL PROCESSOR>

ON RIGHT HAND SIDE
RIGHT CLICK ON
PROCESSORNAMESTRING
AND THEN WRITE
ANYTHING U WANT IN
THAT TEXTBOX.


enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:dance3:
If you have dual core processor then
type: regedit and press ENTER!
then go..

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>

HARDWARE>

DISCRIPTION>

SYSTEM>

CENTRAL PROCESSOR>

0> or 1>

ON RIGHT HAND SIDE
RIGHT CLICK ON
PROCESSORNAMESTRING
AND THEN WRITE
ANYTHING U WANT IN
THAT TEXTBOX.

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#4
My request to members is not to play with registry edit. If you have confidence, back-up and OS CD, then try. Also, there are chances of loosing data.
 

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kramkumar said:
My request to members is not to play with registry edit. If you have confidence, back-up and OS CD, then try. Also, there are chances of loosing data.

yes right....