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04-05-2017 11:13 PM
Hi guys i have an issue, when i plugg the ac charger to my laptot, the frecuency of the laptop get stuck in 0.77 ghz (700mhz) this is not normal, because it wont get up. i have read a lot and i get to throttlestop, in that program i need to uncheck the bd-prochot and my processor work normally, but there another solution ? someone knows how to fix it ?
HP ENVY 14 U1001LA I5-4210U, 8GB RAM, NVIDIA 840M
04-07-2017 07:17 AM
Hey there! @mastersebi777, Thanks for stopping by HP forums!
I understand when you unplug the adapter from your PC the laptop is using more processing power.
Don't worry I will try to help you out.
Is your PC getting overheated?
How many applications are you running at a single time?
Try updating BIOS and chipset drivers on your PC and check if it helps.
As you have upgraded the operating system to windows 10, I don't see any drivers available at hp.com.
However, you can download and install HP support assistant on your PC and install the latest drivers for your PC.
Refer this article to know how to use HP support assistant.
Please let me know the outcome.
Happy weekend ahead! 🙂
I am an HP Employee
04-09-2017 10:32 AM
yes when im unplugg the adapter it works everything fine
dont, my laptop dont get overheated
only the game for testing the cpu frecuency (dota) sometimes watch videos on youtube, all for testing
I downloaded the last version of the bios in the page of hp, but truly i dont know if it is the lastest, i search in google and cant find bios or something about the motherboard (hewlett packard -228C)
04-10-2017 09:44 AM
@mastersebi777, It's great to hear from you again. I was much awaiting for your response.
Thanks for sharing the details.
As you mentioned when you unplug the adapter your laptop works fine.
Please provide the operating system you are running on your PC to assist you better.
What is BIOS version running on your PC?
Have you tried checking with a different adapter?
I have found the latest version of BIOS for your PC version F.43 Rev.A.
Please update the BIOS using this link.
You could have a bad power adapter.
The AC power jack on the board might have a problem.
The components on the system board that handle the switching between battery and AC power might be getting weak.
I'll watch your reply!
Have a great day ahead! 🙂
I am an HP Employee
04-10-2017 10:36 AM
> but there another solution ?
Within "Settings", access "Power", and change the settings to "maximum performance" when on AC power.
If that was the current setting, change it to "balanced performance", and measure the CPU-speed (using Windows Task Manager). Then, change the setting back to "maximum performance", and measure again.
04-10-2017 12:09 PM
i have those bios
tried 3 differents chargers
the jack of the notebook i think it cant be, cause sometimes it works fine, in opportunities when i open a game, the problem start
thank you for ur willing to help me, i hope we can find a solution