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SubjectRE: CPU detection
Did you check the obvious such as your BIOS is set to the right cpu
It's possible you BIOS was reset and the CPU multiplier is not set

When the system boots, what does the BIOS report the CPU as?
Intel Celeron running at: ??

Try that first.

Tariq Shureih
Intel Corporation
Opinions are my own and don't represent my employer

-----Original Message-----
From: Banai Zoltan []
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 10:26 AM
Subject: CPU detection


I have a Toshiba Satelite S2210CDT.
There is a problem with detecting CPU frequency.
It runs on 258Mhz, but it is an 500Mhz Celeron kernels 2.4.19-pre7-ac4
and 2.4.20.
i attach the configs and the output of lscpi, /proc/cpu
Banai Zoltan
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