Hello all, I'm new to the forums and I have a question about using MSI Afterburner to overclock my card. I just got a new video card - GTX 560 Ti Fermi 2GB and I love it, It performs much better than my previous GTS 450 . I did not have a problem overclocking my GTS 450. However I am having "issues" overclocking my new GTX 560. I have found some settings that are good for the card, I input them and hit apply and everything goes as it should. However when I save the setting to one of the five profiles. I don't think it actually saves (even though it says it does) because if I resort back to my default settings and then hit one of the profiles that I saved different settings to, nothing changes. The sliders don't move or display anything different other than the "default" settings. My question is, why is this happening? I have tried the release version of Afterburner (v2.1) and the beta (v2.2.0 beta 12) with the exact same results. I am not overclocking to ridiculous settings either. Why aren't the settings being saved to the profiles I set them too? Opening the program and manually inputting them seems like it defeats the purpose of having the profiles to begin with. I am getting no messages saying that what I'm doing is "dangerous" and it needs to "revert" back to default settings. Any help would be appreciated. p.s. Whenever I click the "Apply overclocking at system startup" button I have always gotten the message "RTTSH.dll::AddTask failed with error code -22!" What does that mean?