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TOPIC: [SOLVED] Arma 3 unable launch with [ReShade 1.1.0]

Arma 3 unable launch with [ReShade 1.1.0] 9 months 2 weeks ago #1

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The game runs perfectly fine without ReShade but with it installed it cant seem to start up. Steam recognizes that the game is running but it does'nt physicall appear on screen as if it hung before it could even run. After ending the process in task manager, it outputs an error as follows:

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The dxgi log as follows :

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I have not used ReShade before and this is my first time using it, i might have missed out something so any help would be greatly appreciated :( .
Thank you.
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Arma 3 unable launch with [ReShade 1.1.0] 9 months 2 weeks ago #2

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Shut down any third-party overlays, screen recorders, streaming tools, game boosters and similar (Razer Synapse, Dxtory, Fraps, ...).
Cheers, crosire =)
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Arma 3 unable launch with [ReShade 1.1.0] 9 months 2 weeks ago #3

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Turned off my razor Synapse and other similar tools and still no budge. Could it be an installation problem or a run time problem ? :huh:
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Arma 3 unable launch with [ReShade 1.1.0] 9 months 2 weeks ago #4

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Disabling alone is often not enough. Especially Razer tools have the habbit of still running even when disabled.
Cheers, crosire =)
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Arma 3 unable launch with [ReShade 1.1.0] 9 months 2 weeks ago #5

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I've made sure all third party overlays have been dealt with, its still not letting me launch arma :(
any other advice, installation maybe ?
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Arma 3 unable launch with [ReShade 1.1.0] 9 months 2 weeks ago #6

Did you try Constantines Settings? Because for me it works.
Here is a Link: sfx.thelazy.net/games/preset/2951/
Never change a running System.
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Arma 3 unable launch with [ReShade 1.1.0] 9 months 2 weeks ago #7

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This is not related to a preset.
Tried renaming ReShade to "d3d11.dll"? DirectX end-user runtime from June 2010 installed (the one that comes with Windows 10 is not sufficient)? Maybe post a list of running processes?
Cheers, crosire =)
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Arma 3 unable launch with [ReShade 1.1.0] 9 months 2 weeks ago #8

It wasn't meant as preset. This is especially for Arma III, he uploaded the whole Folder with dll.
WIth normal ReShade with Mediator or without i also had Problems to start, but with this Version not.

It can also be an Arma related Problem, because of BattleEye Protection.
Constantine writes it in the ReadMe.
I removed the Shaders because of this Problem.
Never change a running System.
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Arma 3 unable launch with [ReShade 1.1.0] 9 months 1 week ago #9

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Sorry for the late reply, work. After tweaking finally ReShade works. It was a mix of third party overlays as well as slight installation problems. Installing with the mediator sort of misplaced a few things so i did it manually.

It turned out there was a single third party overlay (razer) hiding in the bushes so i took care of that. Also a friend of mine tipped that enabling HPET does the trick, which it did. All in all its okay now, running smoothly and beautifully.

Thanks crosire and Fredo really appreciate the help guys, have a good one lads~
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