Profile of Vista power settings do not stick

I have a system with Vista Ultimate installed.  It has been working well since Vista came out, and in recent months, she has developed a strange problem.

I have set up for the monitor in white after a period and then sleep after an hour.  I also configured NOT to require a password when returning from his sleep.  All this seems to work well.  After a few days, he starts to ask for the password again when it comes out of sleep.  When I check, the default values of food all were loaded again.

I can set it up again and it seems to work, but in a few days, he's back to default values.

I changed the power profile that I used to see something in the profile of power has been altered, but the same thing is happening now, after about a week with the new power profile.

No matter that other view this and more importantly, have a fix?

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Hello

Assistance of any kind of program Tweak - or a tool for the protection of the register? Maybe a conflict in GPEdit
(Group Policy). Suspect programs antivirus/antispyware and firewall software (Comodo
"and ZoneAlarm cause some strange problems).

You can use the trial version of RegRun to monitor registry changes to see what
lead or when it happens. WinPatrol can also catch the changes.

RegRun - gold or Platinum - 30 day free trial
http://www.Greatis.com/security/

WinPatrol - Free Version
http://www.WinPatrol.com/download.html

I hope this helps.

Rob - bicycle - Mark Twain said it is good.

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