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[email protected]# 06-12-2006 09:48 PM

help with laptop
 
i have a hp pavilion zv6000 when plugged in runs at 2.0 ghz but once i un plug it goes down to 750-900 mhz is there any way to keep it up? oh it has an amd 64

Sami 06-14-2006 01:16 AM

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i have a hp pavilion zv6000 when plugged in runs at 2.0 ghz but once i un plug it goes down to 750-900 mhz is there any way to keep it up? oh it has an amd 64
Hi,

Can you please be more specific about the problem? and give us more details.

Jormin 06-14-2006 04:48 AM

As Sami says we need more information. Anywho! Waiting for that I will just welcome you to SysChat! We are glad to have you.

[email protected]# 06-14-2006 09:05 AM

ok when i have laptop plugged and i look at my computer properties it shows 2.00 ghz but once i un plug from the wall lcd goes dim apps run slower so i take a look at my properties and shows any where from 750 mhz to 950 mhz i have changed the power schemes but still does it. if any other info let me know thx

CJizzle 09-03-2006 12:52 PM

I think I know why your laptop does this. Is it a sempron prossesor? If so it has powersave technology built-in. When ever you are running on batteries and not using the capacity of the system it will automatically lower the speed of the processor. This is a pretty cool feature, as it gives you longer battery life.

Risherz 09-04-2006 03:00 AM

Hey Moe123,
Try installing the amd driver for your processor for PowerNow!. This page should help. Also I think that 'always on' is probably going waste battery life (wouldn't want to keep the cpu at 100% all the time) so try something like speedswitch and choose dynamic switching from the speedswitch panel so that the clock speed will be increased to 100% only if it is really needed. Oh and for the lcd becoming less bright you would have to use your keyboard (or other keys that should be on your laptop) to make it bright again .. you probably know this but just in case you don't.

So now you can really do what you wanted to do without really wasting the battery as well :).


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