Did automated backup before first cacheman start", now I can get here, and internet seems to work fine, but all those settings I put in cacheman are still there (I can see them in the program settings) and will take effect when I reboot.
So, to answer your question, NO, I don't remember the default settings and there isn't an option to set them back to default. I don't think there is, let me check.... No, didn't find defaults. Cacheman has auto-optimize, but not on trial version, which is what I am/was doing, trying it.
Does anyone know about this program? I know if/when I contact MSN (my ISP), they'll say, "No soup for you! We don't know cacheman." So if anyone here can help, don't hesitate, do it now. Por favor.
One of these days I will know enough / be prudent enough that I won't get into these fixes. But I gotta tell you, this computer seems a little unstable right now, the cursor is all jittery like a race horse, but, man, it works FAST!
EDIT1: So, obviously I want to keep this program, if you were going to suggest dumping it. It's got all thes cool controls to mess with my computer's mind.... If you're even moderately geeky, you know what I mean.
EDIT2: Two minutes later. clicked on cacheman to see if I could get a screenshot of it to attach here, went to "ERROR" DIVISION BY ZERO!" and kept repeating that until I exited cacheman.
Oh, baby. This is a fine mess.
(To moderator: I now see the edit button, and will use it in future, as directed)
OK, if it matters, CPU is pegged at 100% even with cacheman off. Nice time to clock it I guess.
Edited by brillo, 24 March 2006 - 07:41 PM.