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My hp compaq nc 6320 is running at 987mhz

My hp compaq centrino duo 1.83mhz is running at 987mhz speed. what could be the problem? It is very slow. My computer properties page shows it is running at 987mhz instead of 1.83mhz it's rated speed. Please help.

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I believe the Centrino Duo steps the processor down to save energy when unplugged. Try restarting the computer with it plugged in (if it isn't plugged in now). You might be able to change or disable this function in the power management program if this turns out to be the issue.


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