Re: Power Management Issues (Underclocked Processor)
Your wits should end at the likely realization you can't run
Vista on that machine, I'd stick with XP.
"Enix06" <Enix06@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>A few months ago, I installed Windows Vista on my Uniwill P50CA Notebook.
> Ever since installation I've had an issue with Vista's power management
> system. My CPU will only clock at 800 Mhz no matter which power scheme
> selected. I've even created a custom scheme in which the processor
> is set to 100%. I've also noticed that the memory is not clocking as fast
> it should. To check for a possible hardware problem, I installed Windows
> x64 on a second partition. In XP, the CPU and memory behave just fine. The
> PowerNow! functionality of the CPU also works fine. I've been having this
> problem for months now, and have been hoping for a driver release or some
> patch from Microsoft to fix this problem. I've been all over the internet
> I simply cannot figure out what my problem is. I've also run the Windows
> Vista Upgrade Advisor from Microsoft's site, and it told me I was fine to
> upgrade. Their hardware compatibility website also says nothing about this
> computer. Please someone help me! I'm at my wits end.
> Uniwill P50CA (AKA Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo A1667G)
> AMD Turion 64 2.2 GHz