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My HP laptop showing 2 cores, 2 logical processors instead of 2 cores, 4 logical processors.

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HP 240 G7 Notebook PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Good day everyone. 

My Laptop Spec:

Hp 240 G7 Notebook Pc 

Intel Core i3, 7020U @2.30GHz

4gb Ram...

 

The problem is when i first purchased the laptop like 3 months ago, in the 'system information' and 'device manager' centre, it has been showing '2 cores, 4 logical processors'...

 

Now, when windows 11 came out and i was trying to enable 'secure boot' in BIOS Mode, in the process i also changed some settings which i can't recall and since then both in 'system information's and 'device manager' centre, it has been showing '2 cores, 2 logical processors' instead of the original '2 cores, 4 logical processors'..

 

I don't know if it's the secure boot i enabled in BIOS Mode that's making it to show only 2 logical processors or is there any other way to change it back to its original 4 logical processors... 

 

Please help... 

Thanks in advance...

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