all right, I give up I can't find it...

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    I installed cyanogen today and love it except, now I get a vibrate on button presses (home, menu etc). I can't figure out how to turn it off.
    Also, I can't figure out how to get set cpu to go above 600.

    thanks for any help or links to threads I didn't find when I did a search on this topic.
    :)
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    Not sitting next to my phone, but you're looking for a setting called "Haptic feedback", which I think is under the keyboard settings.

    Make sure you do the Autodetect with SetCPU.
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    Thank you sir! I looked at the haptic feedback description a bunch of times and didn't think it was what I was looking for.
    set cpu says it maxes at 1000 but is still running at 600
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    Are you running any profiles that could be conflicting with the settings?
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    that was it..thanks for the help!
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    Haha, that was easy. Anytime.