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    Optimizer settings reset after reboot

    Vista business SP2 32bit
    Optimizer 3.08

    Run optimizer, set to "optimal", apply, reboot, all settings show up as default again. Is there something I am doing wrong?

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    Are you ticking the Apply to All Adapters setting (I believe that's what it is called)?

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    Just tried it checking "modify all adapters", same thing.

    Maybe I am just not understanding. After the settings are applied and I reboot. I run the program again and at the bottom it says "choose settings" and "current" is what it's set at. Shouldn't it show me what all the settings currently are? They should be the new settings that were just applied before reboot? Right? Because they look like "windows default".

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    Check it and then set the optimal settings. Save and restart your PC.

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    That's what did, twice. But every time after reboot the "current" settings look like windows default. Shouldn't the program read the "current" settings and show up looking like optimal after reboot?

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