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    Unhappy CPU getting extremely hot using backtrack

    when I use backtrack on my laptop, it will run for approx. 10 minutes @ load and then it give me the message that it's shutting down due to core temps of 104 C
    It's an AMD Turion ML-37, was wondering if it's possible to put AMD cool n quiet/Power Now drivers onto the USB pen drive?
    Sorry about my bad english

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    Talking Answer

    Newermind, found out surfin all night

    at ubuntuforums search "HOWTO: CPU Frequency Scaling w/ Kernel Module"

    -If anybody want to know. Cannot tell the exact adress, got under 15 posts
    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by unomaniac View Post
    Newermind, found out surfin all night

    at ubuntuforums search "HOWTO: CPU Frequency Scaling w/ Kernel Module"

    -If anybody want to know. Cannot tell the exact adress, got under 15 posts
    Cheers
    Thanks for coming back to post the solution

    You'd be surprised how much that helps in the long run.

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