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I am using 1.6 m d600 proceesor.its speed gets slower to 600mhz when i run it on battery.i have checked bios but i would not find any thing please help me out

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Intel Speedstep is throttling the processor to save power. You likely have to adjust the power management settings to ALWAYS ON to keep the processor from throttling down.

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see the OS settings ! What OS do u use ?

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