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ColdPressCoconutOil

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About ColdPressCoconutOil

  • Title
    end me of my suffering pls ive had enough of school
  • Birthday Mar 01, 2004

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  • Location
    Bangalore, India
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    football, pcs, games
  • Occupation
    student :/

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  1. it worked! i reinstalled windows through windows media creation tool and im now able to play all my games normally. Thanks a lot for your help!
  2. My sister's Asus VivoBook X540NA laptop, which is barely a year old, used to run fine on battery as well as on AC power until a month ago, when all of a sudden an issue came up. The laptop dies immediately when unplugging it from power. I checked around in windows power settings to change anything peculiar, but everything was alright. I ran the windows powershell command to check the device's battery health, but i did not know what those numbers meant. I'd like to know if theres anyway i can fix this issue through software before giving it to a service centre. Thanks in advance!
  3. ah i see what you mean, your meaning makes more sense if im being honest lolol.
  4. role playing game, we are playing the role of a character in game, be it Nathan drake or Lara croft. correct me if I'm wrong please, but aren't those what RPGs are?
  5. ah alright got it. thanks a lot for your help!
  6. my fans didnt even ramp up to medium speed even once, and the temperatures never crossed 45 degrees
  7. okay, I'll download cinebench now and run the test. will get back to you soon. thanks!
  8. ive owned it since the beginning of january. i had made a system image of the laptop brand new as soon as it arrived, so i could use that and reset it, or i could reinstall windows. which should i do? is there any way i can fix this without having to do any of the above? also, i tried running ghostrunner again with the high performance power plan, but im still getting 10 fps
  9. oh i see, why are the clocks so low when im in a game then? any idea how the problem could have arised all of a sudden?
  10. @Naijin okay i dont understand, sometimes it spikes to 2.5-3 ghz, otherwise it sits at around 0.3-0.9 ghz. it keeps fluctuating. my pc is not as responsive as it used to be either, things like windows animations, opening applications and programs, etc. have all become slower than usual. is this also because of the low cpu clocks?
  11. yep i made sure it was plugged in several times. alright i will try this and get back to you soon
  12. i am using firefox only right now and my cpu is running at 2.5 to 3 GHz, this doesnt make any sense
  13. there is a HP Recommended power setting. i have been using that since i recieved the laptop. although i did make one single change. under power options>change plan settings>change advanced power settings>multimedia settings>when playing video>plugged in>changed from optimize video quality to balanced. i was told to do this on this article i cannot find right now edit: this issue was persistent even before i changed the setting to balanced
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