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    1. shurcooL
      Hey, sure man, I'll try to help you. :)

      Let me get this straight. So you've extracted both the .exe and .bat file in the same folder. Now, if you edit the .bat file (so that it says 5 and 1) and run it, it should do 5 columns and 1 row. Is that not working?

      The .bat file should look like this originally (open it in Notepad or something):

      RefreshRateMultitool.exe 6 10

      Which means 6 columns and 10 rows. Change it to:

      RefreshRateMultitool.exe 5 1

      Save it and double click it. Let me know if that doesn't work.
    2. michinijones
      Hey, I am trying to use your tool to see if I am really running at 75mhz. I saw you say using 5 boxes is the ideal way to do this with your refresh tool but I am pretty clueless as to how to change the number of boxes. When I open the .bat file it doesnt seem to do anything. I was hoping perhaps you could show a step by step for people like me who are not as computer savvy but would like to use your tool correctly. Thanks for listening.
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