I am having a dell precision m6400 with non-genuine ac adapter of 130W which is enough for for running without battery. the issue i get is my cpu stuck at 1.2Ghz. my cpu is dual core p8400 2.26Ghz. i fixed this issue on windows by using software named throttlestop yes it fixed it and worked perfect!. but i have my working on linux, virtualbox is too slow for me. so i installed debian. it also throttles cpu at 1.2Ghz. and i cannot find a fix for it in debian. i even tried speedstep to turn off but that is not a issue. i find this as a solution https://github.com/DivyanshuVerma/throttlestop-linux after searching enough community based posts. but the problem is i cannot find proper register for my cpu. this command :
sudo rdmsr -a -d 0x1FC
0x1FC register is not for my cpu. i cannot even find this online. so im stuck at 1.2Ghz. any solution to fix this in linux would be great. Note: i cannot buy genuine charger in my country because its expensive enough.
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