Use the Hardware Editor Computer Configurations page to create, copy, modify, and delete computer configurations in the hardware library.

Computer configuration icons indicate whether and how you can manipulate a configuration.

You can take any action on a configuration without an icon.

The following elements appear on the Computer configurations page.

New Computer


Creates a new computer configuration.
Copy computer


Copies the selected computer configuration that you can modify.
Configuration name


Displays the name of the computer configuration. Click the configuration name to change the name of the configuration.
CPU count


Displays the number of physical CPUs in the computer configuration.
CPU speed (GHz)


Displays the speed of the CPU, expressed in gigahertz (GHz).
Bit width


Displays the bit-width of the CPU.
Disk size


Displays the total size of all hard disks in the computer configuration.
Delete


Displays an icon resembling an X. When available, you can click the icon to delete the computer configuration.
Devices in the computer configuration <Selected Configuration>


Lists the devices in the computer configuration.
Device Name


Name of the hardware device.
Count


The number of duplicated devices in the selected computer configuration.
Delete


Displays an icon resembling an X. When available, you can click the icon to delete the device from the computer configuration.
View: CPU


When you do not have a CPU device in the computer configuration, a list of all CPU hardware devices in the hardware library is displayed. When you click an item in the list, you can use Add Device to add it to the computer configuration.When a CPU device has been added to the computer configuration, the CPU device details are displayed.
View: Single Disk


Displays a list of all disk hardware devices in the hardware library. When you click an item in the list, you can use Add Device to add it to the computer configuration.
View: Disk Array


Displays a list of all disk arrays in the hardware library. When you click an item in the list, you can use Add Device to add it to the computer configuration.
Add Device


Copies the selected device to the computer configuration.

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