bump. anything i could reinstall?
1. Make sure you are not running in laptop power saving mode.
2. Is Speedstep enabled in your BIOS? If so, try disabling it and see if that helps.
1.) It's not. I'm very sure it has something to do with that though.
What happens when I plug in is identical to putting my computer into power saving mode, aka under power saving options set max frequency to something under 50% .
2.) I have no BIOS options concerning the CPU.
It works fine now if I plug it in and then sleep it + wake it up. Its not THAT bothersome anymore. My laptop recognizes the power plug... it sounds like a software bug, doesn't it?
Thank you for the information and updates. In this case, the system manufacturers may limit the features and usage of the processor. Some BIOS updates may allow you to be able to change and enable features on the system components. It will be necessary to contact your system manufacturer for accurate information.