Any solution to Overclocking Utility error for EVGA graphics card

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I got an Overclocking Utility for my EVGA graphics card so I could tweak it for maximum performance.  But, I got this error message after installing it.  I tried reinstalling but I still got the same error message (see below). 

Any solution to the problem? 

EVGA Precision

RTTSH.dll::Delete Task failed with error code -2!

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Any solution to Overclocking Utility error for EVGA graphics card

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This type of error shows because you have to run precision as admin. Right click and run as admin, your problem  will disappear. The error is showing because you are trying to add a startup task. The method should work for you.

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Any solution to Overclocking Utility error for EVGA graphics card

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Hello,

Sometimes, newer versions instead of fixing the bugs of earlier version comes with new bugs J

Before you go and try below options, I would want you to do is change the Startup task scheduler entry from 1 to 0 if not already done. But, you have to execute the program via UAC every time. If you don’t want to do this every time then disable UAC and you would not get the error “RTTSH.dll delete task failed with error code -2 in EVGA precision”.

Few options for you which you can try if the above doesn’t work:

OPTION 1:

1)    Uninstall the program, remove the registry keys, restart your computer and install it again.

This might resolve the error; however this sometimes goes out of the hand and acts very weirdly.

So if the above method doesn’t work then I would suggest you to roll back the software version to the earlier one.

NOTE: Only roll back if your current version is 1.9.5 or upgrade your software to 1.9.6 version.

OPTION 2:

Before trying the above thing, you can try to create the task manually and it should work just fine.

In case, if any of the above don’t work then try the below option as last resort.

 This problem is mostly common in Windows 7 or Vista, so you can take your OS to Windows XP SP3 compatibility mode and it will work smoothly.

Hope this helps and brings smile on your face.

Regards,

Keaton Christopher

 

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