1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 9, 2013 1:25 AM by jiten23bisht

    Processor Identification tool

    Sanjay Gupta

      I am trying to use the processor identification tool bpid_e32.exe to identify my xeon processors on my linux machine.

      The tool can be found here: Download Center

      This is the 'OS Independent' version of the tool.


      This appears to be a 16-bit DOS exe. When I try to run on windows 7 I get an error that this file is not compatible with Windows 7....etc

      I assumed that by running this EXE I would be able to create a 'bootable CD' that I can then use to boot my computer with.


      I am unable to find any documentation on how to create a bootable disk with this tool.


      Any help is appreciated.