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Thanks PolishPaul. I also read on another forum that one can enter "bcdedit.exe /delete increaseuserva" at the command prompt. This supposedly removes the line entirely, back to system default which is I guess 2048 anyway.
I typed this in and got the message that the instruction was completed succesfully, guessing it also works.
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