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Started by sherpa25, November 20, 2018, 08:13:07 PM
Quote from: sherpa25 on November 20, 2018, 08:13:07 PMEvery time I boot, Win 10 starts up, ProLasso always starts at High Performance. How do I have it start up as Balanced?
Quote from: edkiefer on November 21, 2018, 07:04:37 AMOk, Did you set Idlesaver enabled and by chance have it set to HP?This won't happen by default it is something changed in PL or another application all together doing it.Well for a test you could close PL and change to balance and see if it sticks.Do you have other utilities installed/running?What are your system spec's, Intel or AMD based?
Quote from: Jeremy Collake on November 22, 2018, 01:12:30 AMParkControl's 'Power plan change notifications' can be used to tell us exactly what process is switching the active power plan. That may be of use here. Let us know what this tells you. If it is Process Lasso changing it, then we can find out why. It may be something else.Example of the notifications it emits after you turn on this feature (in main ParkControl dialog):
Quote from: sherpa25 on November 24, 2018, 08:38:28 AMHi, yes, I have PL open most of the time, w/c is how I determine that the plan starts with High Power at bootup, and when it switches back again to HP after I put it to Balanced. Thanks, that's a good idea...I will view the PL logs should it change to HP again.Re the diff between BHP and HP, I'm still not sure why they appear to be duplicate. So does it mean I shouldn't bother entering anything under 'Configure application power profiles', since I have all my games maintained in 'Performance Mode settings'?For Park Control, I don't get any notification. Also, there's an option that says 'BItsum Dynamic Boost enabled', which indicates it is enabled. I clicked on it to try disable it, but its only for the Pro version, for which I don't see a need since I don't park my cpu cores. Then I don't think I can edit it's settings as it's greyed out. Re. Steam, I doubt it's causing the change of plans because I only run steam when I run a game, and it's off when I'm using my PC for other things.
Quote from: sherpa25 on November 24, 2018, 09:42:14 PMOk, removed all games under 'Configure app plan', and just left them under 'Performance Mode Settings'. Still, I can't determine why it starts at High Perf at bootup, just now. Also, I can't find where in the log does it show changes in Plan. I enter 'active' in the filter... though I don't fine 'active' in the info shown, nor any info saying the Plan was changed. What should I monitor here in the log, specifically?