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Started by leon1717, October 29, 2017, 05:49:21 PM
Quote from: leon1717 on October 29, 2017, 05:49:21 PMSo I bet this is a pretty easy thing to do but I'm quite overwhelmed with all these settings since I just recently got Process Lasso. My question is how to keep the settings you change on a process after restarting? Like I start a game and set the cpu affinity and priority class etc and the next time I start the game it'll be back to default. Surely I don't have to manually change them every time I start something.Edit: I should also add that I have used both the current and always configuration to be the same as the settings I need and it changes the current settings on restart, not the always. I don't understand what the always setting is for if it keeps changing the current on restarts, and that's apparently what the effect is based on.
Quote from: leon1717 on October 30, 2017, 07:24:37 PMhmm seems like even with more strictly enforcing it, same issue. I downloaded process lasso 3 days ago from the website, should be the latest one.[/quoteOk, then its not that, should be full featured.Just curious, did you install with defaults (configure how PL starts) and did you happen to change config file path?Are you administrator or user(non admin), this shouldn't really matter but more info with system and install may help with issue.]
Quote from: leon1717 on October 31, 2017, 03:13:56 PMyes, it does show it changing in the actions log, however, I just noticed something here saying afterwards: Process priority temporarily lowered by ProBalance. This process may have been affecting system responsiveness. Maybe it's ProBalance that's changing it? Because after that action it says: Restored original process priority. The process has quit affecting system responsiveness. Do I really need ProBalance? Seems like it's just getting in the way if this is the issue with the settings changing. Pretty much all the logs regarding the program that I'm changing the affinity/priority etc for are being reset by ProBalance, some going back to what I changed after a little while, though.
Quote from: leon1717 on November 01, 2017, 12:08:09 AMI understand that, so shouldn't I turn off ProBalance? Why is it changing my priorities and affinities?
Quote from: Gregory012 on December 10, 2017, 01:34:32 PMI simply saw something here saying a short time later: Process need incidentally brought down by ProBalance. This procedure may have been influencing framework responsiveness. Possibly it's ProBalance that is evolving it?
Quote from: Jazieler on September 26, 2019, 06:35:22 AMwhat is pro blance?