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    Member Essenar's Avatar
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    4850 NOT creating XML profile file

    I've tried numerous times to get it to create a profile for me but it won't. It has it in CCC and I can pick it, but it won't create the XML file.

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    If it is listed in CCC and you can activate, the XML file is there.

    C:\Documents and Settings\YOURUSERNAME\Local Settings\Application Data\ATI\ACE\Profiles
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    Member Essenar's Avatar
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    You don't get it. I don't care if the profile exists or not, I want to be able to edit it and it's not creating the folder in Documents and Settings. I'm trying to mod the fan speed but I can't do that without seeing the XML file.

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    You need to make sure "show hidden files and folders" is checked. Local Settings and Application Data are hidden folders. The files are not in "Documents and Settings". They are in the folder I posted previously.
    ASRock 990FX Extreme9 - FX-8350 - 32GiB 1600 Crucial low-profile 1.35v - 7970 3GiB - 8.1 Pro x64 / Gentoo amd64 - AX760
    Dell XPS 15 L502x - i7 2760QM - 16GiB 1600 - GT 540M 2GiB - 7 Pro x64 / Gentoo amd64 - Agility 4 512GB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essenar View Post
    You don't get it.
    lol he's trying to be helpful, just read his reply before rushing to a rude response.

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    Member Essenar's Avatar
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    Okay I figured it out. I kept going Documents and Settings > Username > App Data > ATI > Ace.

    Then I read his post and I saw "Local Settings" and slapped myself.

    Sorry for the heated response. I had my 4850 running at 80 celsius for about an hour because ATI 8.7's decided to fight me every step of the way.

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