RAM Elements stores user preferences and defaults in the user profile. At times, this data can become corrupt and cause problems in the program. Removing this data will cause RAM Elements to return to default values which in some cases can resolve problems. The data is stored in a hidden folder that is difficult to access without some knowledge of user profiles.
The following batch file was created to handle the removal of user preferences and defaults used by RAM Elements without requiring any special knowledge of user profiles. To use this file, save it, and change its extension from TXT to BAT. Then run it as a normal user. Do not run it as an administrator. When executed, a black box will appear for a fraction of a second and disappear. It searches for a RAM Elements folder stored in the user profile and deletes it if present.