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Process Lasso / Re: Idle saver
« Last post by chris635 on Yesterday at 01:57:15 PM »
It is possible the Balanced rule for the backup app is causing the problem. If the backup app is started while IdleSaver is active (in Power Saver), when the app later stops the power plan could be inappropriately restored to Power Saver and remain stuck there. I am evaluating the logic surrounding such a scenario.

This is exactly what is happening. Thanks Jeremy
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Process Lasso / Re: Idle saver
« Last post by Jeremy Collake on Yesterday at 12:54:51 PM »
It is possible the Balanced rule for the backup app is causing the problem. If the backup app is started while IdleSaver is active (in Power Saver), when the app later stops the power plan could be inappropriately restored to Power Saver and remain stuck there. I am evaluating the logic surrounding such a scenario.
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Process Lasso / Idle saver
« Last post by chris635 on Yesterday at 12:39:54 PM »
Hi fella's

   I have lasso set to switch to power saver after 30 seconds (Idle saver). Sometimes lasso will get confused and stay on power saver. I have lasso set to check for updates and install automatically, it will happen then and my systems are set to backup at night automatically as well(macrium reflect set to balanced) sometimes it will get confused then as well. I have to manually set back to balanced then idle saver will operate like it should. Any ideas as to why?
   
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Bug Reports / Re: Issues running governor-as-service with limited rights user
« Last post by Jeremy Collake on January 18, 2020, 10:27:07 AM »
Great to hear!

I am working on improvements to the update process in these environments.
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Bug Reports / Re: Issues running governor-as-service with limited rights user
« Last post by ranko on January 18, 2020, 09:43:57 AM »
IDLE saver works now in 9.6.0.23 BETA when running PL as service.
Thats great, many thanks for this improvement !

Update installation still fails.
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Bug Reports / Re: Issues running governor-as-service with limited rights user
« Last post by Jeremy Collake on January 17, 2020, 10:09:05 AM »
Upon testing in a fresh Windows 7 install, I found that the new session agent was not statically linked, causing it to fail to start if MSVC runtime DLLs are missing. This problem was only be seen in Windows 7, as Windows 10 has them pre-installed.

9.6.0.21 beta fixes this, now available.

Once complete, you should see 'bitsumsessionagent.exe' running as a process in your user session, and IdleSaver should now work with your setup.
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Bug Reports / Re: Issues running governor-as-service with limited rights user
« Last post by ranko on January 17, 2020, 05:51:37 AM »
Which debugging to be enabled pls ?
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Process Lasso / Re: New to Process Lasso
« Last post by DrunkMonk74 on January 15, 2020, 10:54:05 AM »
If COD doesn't support in game FPS limiter you could try Nvidia new FPS limiter in NVCP if your running NV card or MSI AB fps limiter.

CoD does have an in game fps limiter, but for me, it seems to make matters worse.

nVidia's new FPS limiter is much better and provides smoother results. I'm going to try it again now I've undone all the messing I did with Process Lasso. Thanks for the reminder.
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Process Lasso / Re: New to Process Lasso
« Last post by DrunkMonk74 on January 15, 2020, 10:51:26 AM »

The timer resolution adjustment is already on the Todo list. I expect to add it in the near future.

Many thanks. Look forward to the update
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Process Lasso / Re: New to Process Lasso
« Last post by edkiefer on January 15, 2020, 10:49:27 AM »
Hi new user here,

I play mostly CoD:MW (even at my age) and was getting pretty desperate with the performance of the game on my PC, (which a few years ago could have been classed as high end, but now mostly definitely, is just a mid tier machine). I don't play competitively, so I'm after visual eye candy in my games. With all settings in CoD:MW set to high, I was suffering significant frame spikes and fps drops. I have Intelligent Standby List Cleaner installed, and even with this running performance was poor.

I was initially disappointed with the purchase of Process Lasso, as it didn't seem to make any significant difference in performance or experience. So I came to the forums to hunt for tips and hints.

The biggest thing I took away was not to mess with the defaults. So, I undid all the "tweaks" I'd made, like excluding the process from Pro Balance, CPU Balancer, messing with CPU and I/O priorities, etc and hey presto, things are running so much smoother. I still get spikes, but these are alot less frequent and I suspect are more related to work the developers need to do, to address game optimisation.

Anyway, just wanted to say thanks for the  quality products, (also bought Park Control) and for the help on the forums.

I would like to make one feature request for the future. Could Process Lasso have the ability to change timer resolution (like ISLC)? I can then remove ISLC from my machine. Process Lasso already has Smart Trim to clear memory, but that ability to adjust the timer resolution I still need ISLC for.

Thanks again for the great work.
I was going to say, try in-game FPS cap but looking at your specs 8/16 threads that shouldn't be an issue but "might" help smooth things out, frame time wise.
If COD doesn't support in game FPS limiter you could try Nvidia new FPS limiter in NVCP if your running NV card or MSI AB fps limiter.
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