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Getting rivatuner to start on own at startup

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I overclocked my 8800GTS 512 and every time I start up my computer the UAC pops up and asks if it's ok to run Rivatuner. How do I get it so it won't ask me anymore?
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Honestly turn off UAC. It will work great after that. I am not sure how to get it to play nice with UAC. I turned it off right after install.
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You can turn off UAC by going to user accounts under the control panel. I have done it on every build for my customerz. A must do! If you want uac on then give rivatuner admin priv to it's process.
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