This is a re-post of post # 543... should take care of it...
Originally Posted by TMolloy
Sorry but I've got yet another question.
I have RMClock set up fine, but for some reason it's neither starting up when the computer starts, nor is it keeping my profile. I threw the icon in the startup folder to make RMClock startup, but it's still reverting back to default voltages. Instead of using my .700/.908 voltages it's using the default .700/1.340 voltages. I have the startup and start in tray icons chosen, and I've hit apply in the management section. I have it set to automatic management. However, it's still reverting to defaults. Any ideas?
Originally Posted by tetrismaster
I got everything working thanks to you guys, but my problem now is that whenever I reboot my laptop the profile will always be at Maximal instead of automatic. I have restore default unchecked and startup checked.
My cpu also always runs at max speed even with the automatic profile set, but until I check "use os load-based..." it then winds down and then goes back up when needed. This also doesn't appear automatically checked after a reboot. Is there a way to make sure these things are checked upon boot up so that I don't have to keep checking the settings?
Btw, thanks again for taking the time to help us.
this is from the RMClock forum...
I have a Dell Inspiron XPS Gen II, Pentium M770 2.13GHz. Ver 1.6 is far better than the previous version! I can actually use the Monitoring tab w/o pgm failing and Task Manager is normal! HUGE THANK YOU to Dmitri!!! YOU THA MAN!!!
However the new version would not save my settings on exit. I start the pgm from Startup as opposed to chking "Start Minimized to Tray". After resetting all the values for the nth time (and YES clicking Apply under Mgmt tab and Advanced tab and checking "Remember these settings"), I clicked the X (close) button in the upper right corner. Voila! Problem solved! But would be nice not to have to do this. Usually Apply and/or Remember... are enough to save your settings.
Actually, the setting should be saved fine even when Windows uses session terminates. I thought I've resolved this issue since version 1.3 . However, I'll try to check what you describe on my system.
btw, Dmitri is the author of RMClock...
here's the forum