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29-May-2007, 08:15 AM #1
My Hp Is Moving Unusually Slow
I Don't Know Why But My Hp Laptop Is Moving Unusually Slow. The Computer Rebooted Itself After Me Pulling Out The Power Plug Several Times But The Computer Kept Freezing Continuously. When It Did Re-boot I Lost All Of My Downloads And The Pc Speed Was Good Until A Couple Of Days Ago When It Started Moving Really Slow Again. So I Just Keep Re-starting It Thinking That It Will Be Better.

Any Help Would Be Grand
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29-May-2007, 08:19 AM #2
Hey,

This may be a power or overheating issue it seems, or could even be related to hardware such as the CPU. First of all i would suggest you download and install the program SensorView Pro and once done write all the readings here, in regards to both the temperatures and the voltages.

Also, can you please open your case and check on the side of the PSU and write down all that you see in regards to amperages on each rail (where is states 12V, this is the 12V rail).

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Nick.
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