Re: detect wrong processor speed?
check your bios! I have a T20 and found that I have to disable its "power saving" features in order to get full CPU speed.
Before this, if I started up under battery power it would run with a slow processor
> has anyone had this problem? with kernel 2.4.1 and up (i think for kernel 2.4.0 too, can't remember) on my thinkpad 600x my kernel reports:
> Detected 172.927 MHz processor.
> although i know it's a 650MHz processor and is detected as such under 2.2.18pre22? it feels to me to be running at the proper speed, but with linux's awesome multitasking capabilities, maybe i just can't tell ;-) anyway, i haven't compiled the tpctl modules or installed them, so i haven't played with the fact that the kernel is reporting some speedstepped speed, and i'm not running full speed.
> is this a common bug that i should ignore, or am i running under speed?
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