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cpu stuck at .37 mh

Discussion in 'Processor - CPU' started by RLK, Jul 13, 2017.

  1. RLK

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    hp840-g3 processor stuck at .37 mh. Should be 2.6
     
  2. Tony D

    Tony D Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    Hello and Welcome, How have you determined this? Usually processor resources are measured as a percentage of what's available.
     
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  3. RLK

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    The problem is that the processor speed will not change. In safemode it seems normal
     
  4. Seth Anthony

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    I'd like to know how you're determining this as well, and are the symptoms a very slow computer?

    Task Manager will show the maximum speed of about 2.6 GHz, as well as the speed that is actually being used. The speed used at idle should be around 1.5 GHz to 2 GHz.
     
  5. RLK

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    Yes in the task manager and the computer is very slow. .37mh.
     
  6. Seth Anthony

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    In Task Manager, go into the Process Tab and see what program is using up most of the CPU.

    TIP: Click on CPU to toggle between the processes that use the most CPU resources, to processes that use the least CPU resources.
     
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  7. RLK

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    Thank you for your reply
     
  8. Tony D

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    Are you on Windows 10?
    Can you post a screen shot of what you're seeing? Use ALT-Print Screen to copy the open window and then paste it in your reply. Here's what mine looks like.

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