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My processor is half the speed it should be running at about 780 MHz and whenever I am watching anything with a lot of sound or well.. half way through a show when it starts getting good, it skips ALOT and cant keep up please help

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Check your settings in your bios.The multiplier could be set too low.What laptop is it?

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