FIX for Win7 i7 sluggish performance

Discussion in 'Windows OS and Software' started by Mr Pras, May 25, 2010.

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Did this work for you?

  1. Yes, Great!

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  2. I had problems getting it working

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  3. I didn't see any difference

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  4. It worked but I changed it back

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  1. Tim93

    Tim93 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey guys, I'm new here, just got my XPS15 early this month. :D

    I've tried this fix and while I managed to change all the MaxValue to 0, my resource monitor still shows 3 parked cores.

    Any help? Thanks.
     
  2. panzer06

    panzer06 His Imperial Majesty

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    Also, the Atheros wifi card/drives on some asus G series laptops have series DPC lag.

    Cheers,
     
  3. Mr Pras

    Mr Pras Hardware and systems

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    I have seen that some people are saying exactly the same - I couldn't reproduce this because it always worked for me. However - since SP1 I didn't bother with this fix because they seem to have fixed it in SP1. I would look elsewhere for the problem if you are having laggy performance. Usually audio drivers are the culprit.
     
  4. otosan

    otosan Notebook Consultant

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    it fixed my magicmouse from released randomly..

    i don't know how this actually happen.. o_O
     
  5. zakazak

    zakazak www.whymacsucks.com

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    Which means that after installing SP1 we won't need to set the value to 0 anymore and just keep the default value?
     
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    popnfresh98 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey, just wanted to say thanks for this, it was a quick and easy way for a nub such as myself to do this without hassle.

    To the condescending guy(newsposter), this worked and was easily understandable for a guy who doesn't do stuff like this regularly.

    Also if you look in the poll he voted 'no, i didn't see any difference' even though he knows it works.

    Petty..

    Anyway, thanks again Mr Pras!!

    I kept wondering why my unit would lag here and there, and then I found this thread and voila! Huge improvement!
     
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