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What could be the reason behind this?
Faulty processor? Faulty firmware? Poor programming that doesn't allow for taking advantage of L2 cache? Disabled L2 cache? There could be many reasons.
It could be easier to guess if we had some evidence that L2 cache wasn't actually working properly. What got you thinking that way?
my son said at the time he was working on his computer that 'it all just stopped working'. Asked me to look at it for him, when I switched it on the error message came up 'L2 cache disabled or not working'
The computer takes forever to start up, when it does everything looks to be ok on it, but when trying to open a document or program it takes several hours before it opens.
Is there a way to fix this problem. I've searched the internet but cant find an answer.
Can you help?
cache problem running in the xp progam does not fix the problem.