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Barry Boffin

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Hi all,

I have a Macbook Pro and run rEFIt to triple boot Mac/Linux/Windows.
First - thanks a lot for IR, it has saved my thighs from third degree burns!!!

I have searched for this on the forum, but couldn't find it - so apologies if it has been covered before. But I am having issues with IR not remembering my settings after I reboot. When I login, the IR "MacBook Settings" page comes up and I have to remap the keys. But my main problem is that the fanspeed is set back to 1000, instead of my standard 3000-3500.

Does anyone have a fix for this?

I run the latest version of IR.

Thanks,
Baz

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ryan1402

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Hi all,

I have a Macbook Pro and run rEFIt to triple boot Mac/Linux/Windows.
First - thanks a lot for IR, it has saved my thighs from third degree burns!!!

I have searched for this on the forum, but couldn't find it - so apologies if it has been covered before. But I am having issues with IR not remembering my settings after I reboot. When I login, the IR "MacBook Settings" page comes up and I have to remap the keys. But my main problem is that the fanspeed is set back to 1000, instead of my standard 3000-3500.

Does anyone have a fix for this?

I run the latest version of IR.

Thanks,
Baz


Hi there,

I also have this problem and it's very annoying that the IR screen pops up, and both the keys and the fan speed have to be reset. If there was a fix for this, I think maybe that we should be able to "mark these settings as default" or something like that, so we wouldn't have to re-configure. It would be useful if the screen didn't actually show up and all the right settings worked - that would be great! :)

Ryan





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