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TOPIC: why no uninstalling feature? reshade sucks

why no uninstalling feature? reshade sucks 1 year 3 weeks ago #1

why isn't there an uninstall feature on this app? this thing screwed my game up. now i see red and blue blinking when loading the game.
I tried everything deleting files, ccleaner, uninstalled steam and everything. is there a file in the registry? :angry:
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why no uninstalling feature? reshade sucks 1 year 3 weeks ago #2

scotty_ wrote:
why isn't there an uninstall feature on this app? this thing screwed my game up. now i see red and blue blinking when loading the game.
I tried everything deleting files, ccleaner, uninstalled steam and everything. is there a file in the registry? :angry:
I can't tell if this is a troll or not, so here's a quick answer:
Just delete the .dll file it put in the game folder to uninstall it. It'll either be "d3d9.dll", "dxgi.dll", or "opengl32.dll" depending on what you selected in the GUI installer.
Last Edit: 1 year 3 weeks ago by FierySwordswoman.
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why no uninstalling feature? reshade sucks 1 year 3 weeks ago #3

When you uninstall a Steam game, Steam only deletes the files it created. So when you reinstall the game, reShade's files might still be there. After you uninstall the game from Steam, delete it's folder, and ReShade will be completely gone.

Should be /steamapps/common/[GAME]
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why no uninstalling feature? reshade sucks 1 year 3 weeks ago #4

I vote adding a skill-testing question on startup; You fail, it doesn't install. We could rescue so many millennials from themselves this way. It makes me wonder how many we lose each year to chewing gum, despite the instructions on the package.
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why no uninstalling feature? reshade sucks 1 year 3 weeks ago #5

Mobeeuz wrote:
I vote adding a skill-testing question on startup; You fail, it doesn't install. We could rescue so many millennials from themselves this way. It makes me wonder how many we lose each year to chewing gum, despite the instructions on the package.
I always thought that should be incorporated into age restrictions.
Say my website had some tentacle porn on it, and it needed an age gate. Below the "I am 18" checkbutton would be something like a "What's the difference between the left and right wings?" radio choice quiz.
Last Edit: 1 year 3 weeks ago by FierySwordswoman.
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