Two games that I've tried to get it to work with tonight are 'Star Trek Voyager - Elite Force' and 'Call of Duty'. In both instances it says installed successfully, and the files and reshade-shaders dir are there, but nothing is affected in-game. Pressing Shift+F2 does nothing, nor does pressing 'Home' key. And there is no indication otherwise that it is installed. I've tried reading a number of posts here for clues and one suggested deleting the ReShade.ini file - didn't work. One suggested changing the input key - that didn't work. Also, I think the ini file isn't being set up properly, because there is only a [GENERAL] section, and no other section.
I'm on Windows 7. I don't have Citrix installed. I turned off my Anti-virus to see if that was the issue (either interfering with the install, or the operation of), and it still isn't working.
When I install the last version of Reshade (4.7.0) the game won't launch and I get the 0xc0000005 error.
I did choose the right exe (the one in /bin), select the correct api (Dx9, even the installer don't let me choose another). I did check if I got the last version of directX and .Net. I tried removing all the overlays (steam, antivirus). Nothing changes.
I played this game 3 years ago with reshade and it was working. I already tried to do a clean install, set as administrator rights, no success.
EDIT: installing the game from GOG instead of Steam works with reshade. If it helps someone ...
I have Reshade installed successfully in a good few games over Steam, Origin, Epic & blizz. However now for some reason the menu has become unresponsive, cant open with keyboard presses. This is happening with all games with Reshade currently installed and on any games I try a fresh install with. The Reshade is working as it applies all the effects that were set before the menu stopped working I just cant open the menu to alter or start the setup menu for new installs.
Things I have tried to resolve are as follows:
- Changed the key to activate the menu
- Turned off all overlays including the Radeon overlay
- Re-installed graphics card driver (Factory reset option)
- Tried on DX9, DX10, DX11, DX12 and Vulcan games
- Changed games to windowed mode, full screen and alt tabbing
- Disabled virus protection
- Re-installed games
- Tried different versions of Reshade
- Changed keyboards
Anyone else have the same issue or has found a solution?
Or does anyone know how Reshade detects keyboard presses and I can maybe find a work-around that way?
AntiVirus blocking your exe..? If you have a second computer, you could take any exe there and install ReShade into that folder, and take the files and move it to your actual game folder ("reshade-shaders" folder, the DLL (depends on your API used), plus ReShade.ini)
Since the beginning of May the GUI no longer opens in whatever games I try. I used reshade for years, but never encountered something like this. The app runs because I can see the banner. I can even take screenshots with F12.
I changed the .ini file to change the hotkey to Shift+f2 or other buttons. The banner shows the change, but it still does not open.
I also tried up to 10 different reshade versions going from 3.0.6 up to 4.7.0, but still the same problem.
I renamed dxgi.dll to d3d11.dll, reshade still works, but nothing changes regarding the GUI problem.
At the moment I use Win10 (v2004), but the problem existed before I updated to this version.
It happens with every API, dx9,10,11,12 and Vulkan.
This problem persists even with a game that already had reshade installed. It applies the graphical changes I made in the past, but the GUI no longer opens.
I also disabled my virus scanner and firewall, but that didn't change anything.
ESET NOD32 says its not a virus, and i trust that more than Windows Defender or MalwareBytes (generally way less false positives)
Also, this Force 10-bit thing is like wizardry, it works in FF7 PC (reshade = opengl32.dll). I'm pretty amazed, lol, it's a pretty old game.
Setting my video card to 10 bit (or enabling HDR with 8 or 10 bit color for that matter) did not seem to reduce banding, but it could be windows/nvidia doing something stupid. But I did find that, just using Reshade 10bit + TriDither (only dither shader i have) + Windows 8bit color, it seemed to reduce a ton of banding. FF7 uses a gradient in the menus and banding appears much reduced. I may post a comparison if i ever get around to it.