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go into your control panel and look for power saving options. set everything to high performance/low battery life. you will get the full 1.6 but the battery will not last long
post #12 of 12
thanks for your input, i did look at the power savings and everything was set that way, but the problem was that either the part that identified the power cable or the part in my computer that recognises the power cable as 65W was broken. i had to wiggle it around in the socket while the lappy was off to get the battery light to start flashing/display a solid light while battery is charging. now i get the full 1.60Ghz, its annoying how the connection is a bit broken tho.

thanks.
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