Ow! I forgot something. I made a fix for this but the VST plugin doesn't know that you want to run it as a service... so it never installs that fix.
You need to create a file in C:\ProgramData . This file must have the name of the VST, but with .ini as extention instead of .dll. So usually this would be vst_perfect_declipper.ini or vst_perfect_declipper_64.ini. In that file, you put 1 line that tells it where the normal settings file is stored:
Replace <username> by the user name under which you originally installed it. So in my case it says: