Install the latest graphics driver 1883(see Timeline Tweaks in my sig).
Open the graphics drivers control panel, select custom settings(I don't know the exact name, I've got a German Vista), select all available checkboxes(Rapid-Memory-blabla, Smart 2D blabla, Display blabla and Render Standby blabla).
ok i did that but still no changes
this is my batterybar:
as you can see not allot of battery
its using up 19. 825mw while i saw a picture of someone else's timeline which was using up like 7 mw.
That's definitely not normal. It seems something prevents the processor from switching to higher C-states/deeper sleep. Did you try reinstalling Vista and check the power consumption there? Also what is your CPU load when checking with Task Manager?
Originally Posted by wbm
I'm running 64bit win7 and yes I'm running SmartFan as Administrator.
I was wondering if anyone has considered a way or hack to make the keys illuminated on the 1410. I've been checking around and some people have done it with other brands of laptops. Other than battery drain (it could be switched) I really don't know why more manufacturers don't consider this. A lot of times I use my laptop while my wife is watching TV and the room is too dark to see the keys. The USB snake lights work, but are a hassle. Any thoughts?
Too bad SmartFan doesn't run on 64bit win7, is there any other option to control the fan on 64bit win7?
Here comes another question, I tried undervolting with rmclock but it doesn't seem that the voltage actually changes. I've followed the guide in this thread but no matter what I set the VID in profiles to it shows up as 0.9000 in cpu info.
Except if I raise the VID it shows up as 0.9125V in cpu info (doesn't matter how much I set it to tho, always shows up as 0.9125V).
Anyone have any idea what is wrong/what I've done wrong?
I dit make the DWORD UnlockVID and set it to 1.
This is btw if I set rmclock to mobile in advanced cpu settings, if I set it to desktop I get the same behaviour but 1.0125V.