Cool 'n' Quiet technology regulates the speed and energy use of an AMD brand processor, reducing energy costs and extending the life of the processor by helping it to run cooler. The disadvantage is that your processor will not be running at full capacity constantly. If you have disabled the Cool 'n' Quiet option, because you desire full CPU speed at all times, the next step is to uninstall the drivers. A driver is a set of files that lets the CPU communicate with other components of the machine while in Cool 'n' Quiet mode.
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Click the "Start" button located on the Windows 7 desktop and then type "Device Manager" into the search box that appears. The device manager window comes into view. Inside the device manager is a list of all hardware devices installed on the computer, arranged into groups by according to their specific function.
Expand the "Processors" heading and then double-click the AMD Cool 'n' Quiet option. A processor properties window for the Cool 'n' Quiet technology opens.
Click the "Driver" tab and the select "Uninstall Driver." Windows then proceeds to remove the driver for the AMD Cool 'n' Quiet option. Close the processor properties window and the device manger to resume normal computer use.
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