- To run a microprocessor faster than the speed for which it has been tested and approved. Overclocking is a popular technique for eking out a little more performance from a system. In many cases, you can force your CPU to run faster than it was intended simply by setting a jumper on the motherboard. Overclocking does come with some risks, however, such as over-heating, so you should become familiar with all the pros and cons before you attempt it.
Overclocking is sometimes called speed margining. What Is CPU Overclocking?
You can disable NvCpl RUNDLL32.exe
using Spybot's Startup Manager.
On the tool bar, at the top left, click Mode
Select Advanced Mode
A box will open, asking if you want to go to Advanced Mode
, click Yes
On the left, at the bottom, click the Tools
Select System Startup
This lists all the programs set to run at startup.
Information on each entry can be obtained by highlighting the entry (single click), then clicking on the set of double arrows on the far right.
If there's no information on the entry, you can check it with the Startup List
located on the tab at the top of the forum pages.Note:
Always research an entry before stopping it. Stopping the wrong entry could cripple a necessary program, causing problems.
Remove the check from anything you want to stop from running at startup.
If you have TeaTimer running, a box will pop up asking if you want to allow this change.
Click Allow change
Do this for every entry you want to stop running at startup.
When finished, close Spybot.
Edited by tg1911, 07 November 2006 - 02:56 PM.