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Cpu runing at half speed..why??! :( help me. ram issue too.

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  1. anubis66

    anubis66 Regular member

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    so i have a p:m 1.6ghz, but its running half speed. also, i dont think 480mb is normal when you are suppose to have 512.. could someone help? would reformatting help? thats the last thing i want to do.
     
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    do you have onboard video to account the missing 32meg of ram? how do you know cpu is running at half speed?
     
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    maybe its the onboard video taking the 32 megs?

    but look at the pic, it says my cpu is running at 798 mhz.
     
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    is that the mobile version of cpu?
     
  5. The_Fiend

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    Anubis, can you download either CPU-Z or Everest free edition, and get us a more complete idea of your hardware ?
    That way it'll be easier to identify the problem.
     
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    Hmmm... can't tell much from this i'm afraid, i'm gonna ask you to download everest HERE
    and copy/paste a more complete list of all your system's hardware *including both sticks of RAM and your onboard video*.
    I kinda forgot CPU-Z doesn't give a complete hardware list, my bad, sorry :)
     
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