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  Reply # 1372142 22-Aug-2015 19:45
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the os gets slow when plugged in and it suddenly one afternoon when it needed charge. The night before I was installing a game so it was on all night and i made the sleep when plugged in never

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  Reply # 1372144 22-Aug-2015 19:53
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Have you removed the game you installed

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1373100 24-Aug-2015 14:21
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Have a look at the power settings, check that you haven't reduced max cpu usage to 5% or something when plugged in. Type power into the start menu search and click the obvious.

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  Reply # 1374074 25-Aug-2015 18:04
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his thread is a bit like watching grass grow




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