Hopefully this thread becomes a collection of small problems that peeps run into when using a LUA and SuRun. For me, the forum for SuRun is frequently down, so I post here instead. One of my common problems with SuRun and LUA is that of a directory or file needing Admin privelages. PROBLEM: I use RivaTuner to underclock my 8800gtx when in 2D mode, to keep heat down. 3D mode is default. Since switching a gaming machine over to LUA/SuRun, on bootup an error is reported that the driver RivaTuner32.sys, which lives in the RivaTuner directory in Program Files, needs admin privelages. ATTEMPTED FIXES: In the GPO, I set the RivaTuner directory for full read/write. I also set the file in question, RivaTuner32.sys to full read/write. For the LUA. This fails, so I now try to include RivaTuner32.sys into SuRun as always allow/always elevate. This fails too. SOLUTION: RivaTuner requires admin rights. This is documented in RivaTuners release notes. The author states that there is an easter egg that will shut this off, and also eluded to some power user settings that might also work. I was unable to find any answer. RivaTuner gives the option of starting via registry using the Run key, or via the startup folder. I tried various methods, and finally decided on the easiest. By placing the shortcut to RivaTuner.exe in the startup folder, then modifying the shortcut with 'c:\windows\surun.exe' to the front of the target string, this solved the problem. SuRun asks for the permissions to do this, and I checked the box to remember the answer. Now RivaTuner starts with elevated privelages. I like the registry to run things, but in this case, I found using SuRun in the same manner in the regsitry Run key to cause some issues.