See if you have relevant messages in the Event Viewer, or any .dmp files
in C:\Windows\Minidump which date from the day when you had the problems.
If you find any, zip them up and upload them online (Dropbox, OneDrive etc.)
for us to analyze.
First idea, based on the indicator light being late, is about a problem
with the PSU, but it could also be the ...
U need a better power supply
I had this problem before I am using a 65 watt power supply which is also rated for the computer BUT cpu only reached 46%
After using a 90 watt power supply, my cpu can now reach its full potential
Its just an easy fix
I don't know how well this applies to your problem but I had this exact same issue with my Thinkpad W520. It turned out to be a faulty battery. (I guess it can't supply enough current and the motherboard decides to do an emergency poweroff)
Apparently Q00 isn't unknown when replacing/upgrading CPU. There's a number of possible reasons like faulty PSU, faulty MoBo, faulty CPU, bent CPU pin, faulty or inconsistent RAM, BIOS/UEFI data...
The first result I got from Google is:
There are also discussions in Asus forums, for example
I had the same issue, and it was weird, because both "Windows Update" and "Windows Store" also use the same "Background intelligent transfer service" to download files and in both of them CPU usage is not raising above 2%.
And in "Visual Studio Installer" CPU usage of that service raises above 60%.
But I couldn't find ...
Re-applying the thermal paste on a new computer would likely void the
warranty, so is not recommended.
I would recommend instead returning the laptop, if you can still
be reimbursed. Otherwise, ask for repairs.
after googling I didn't get it work because it needs elevation, Task Scheduler way, or others, didn't work for me, so I put a shortcut to a .cmd in
"%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup" like that:
REM Elevate Permissions routine - Thanks to murphy78
CD /D "%~dp0"
(NET FILE||(powershell -command ...
Whatever you do, delete this program. It will eventually corrupt your boot partition. You can do this quite easily if you boot up from an external disk or partition. Then the Yarascan program is no longer running and by chasing down the files according to many available public postings, they can simply be moved to trash.
If it's a Lenovo laptop T15 pc make sure you have BIOS 1.34 or newer since the fix for "(Fix) Sync TX solution to fix BIOS does not issue ATA FreezeLock / BlockSID during resuming from Modern Standby" have been introduced. This should fix the problems for the slow PC 0.39Ghz problem.
The brief answer - what you are trying to do likely can't be done by the end-user - it would need to be programmed into the application. From a technical POV this is generally unlikely and unwarranted.
Your understanding of how this fits together is off a bit. The CPU handles CPU instructions and the GPU handles things that require graphics (or that can ...
Just found this answer because I was seeing the same problem on my Dell Precision 7530, down to exactly the 0.78Ghz. I knew my problem wasn't the accepted answer, so I was about to follow Manuel's answer's steps. After confirming that the laptop didn't think it was running on battery power, I did the following:
Unplug power cable
Magically, the CPU sped up....
As of today, most websites are no longer hosted by the owners themselves, instead there are massive server farms managed by companies like Cloudflare or other providers. This way, managing a website from a company PC for example feels still very easy and like before, but in fact you only see an interface provided by your chosen service provider. Doing so is ...
It should be fine. As long as you didnt put too little thermal paste, it should spread out over the CPU, even after lifting the heat sink and reattaching it. Lifting the heat sink and exposing the paste will not cause it any harm, like drying it out.
TL;DR: First rule out modules that have clocks faster than what your chipset can support. Then pick modules with highest clock rate to CAS latency (CL) ratio. Don't mix modules with different clock rates and CLs. Don't buy more RAM than your motherboard supports.
Make sure it's supported
Lower-end chipsets have limitations to the highest clock rate (the ...