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Default Problems Overclocking my HTC

I am trying to overclock my SLOW SLOW Sprint htc touch (mp6900)

I am using a program called Omapclock to do this, but I am having a hard time.

Step guide
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1) Download OmapClock 0.2

2) Copy OmapClock.exe to PDA (e.g \Program Files\OmapClock)

3) Make a shortcut ("\Windows\Startup\OmapClock.lnk") to PDA by using tools like ToalCommander or GSFinder.

4) Edit the shortcut

File name : OmapClock.lnk (e.g OverClock Speed 180MHz)
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30#"\Program Files\OmapClock\OmapClock.exe" -clock 180
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(30 is just a example. Keep the original number.)

5) Copy OmapClockPlus.exe to PDA and run.

TotalCommander: http://ghisler.fileburst.com/ce/tcmdpocketarm.cab

OmapClock: http://www.meer.net/~dougt/random/OmapClock_0.2/

OmapClockPlus: http://1942.rocketspace.net/PQzII/Om...060803_004.zip

I have done everthing correctly, renamed the file Omapclock.exe to Omapclock.lnk with Total Commander, put it in the \Windows\StartUp\ folder. I made a folder on my device called \Program Files\OmapClock, put the OmapClockplus.exe in there, run it, and everything is working so far.

It seems that omapclockplus has found the omapclock.lnk so I can overclock, but when I try to change the clock from say 180mhz to 216mhz, I exit, check back at omapclockplus and found out that it is still on 180mhz and not 216mhz. How do I get it to keep it's clock?

Someone please help.
 
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