That's pretty weird...
Even with older versions it still keeps not working?
If you tried them and it still keeps not working either you are missing something during installation or the game got some update that conflicts with reshade (it happaned to me in warframe: the game deleted d3d11.dll file once it ran, so I had to give admin permissions).
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Eve Online - How to apply ReShade? 11 months 1 week ago #7
I just tried it using version 4.1.1 and it works fine. When you install reshade and it asks you to select a game make sure you point it to the correct game file as such; EVE Online\SharedCache\tq\bin\evefile.exe. That way it correctly puts the reshade-shaders folder and the dxgi.dll and etc files in the correct folder which is EVE Online\SharedCache\tq\bin. After selecting the game file during the installation process you then select dx10+ if you're using dx11 or select dx9 if you're using dx9 and reshade should now be installed.
Fyi i'm using dx11 of eve online. I have changed nothing in regards to eve itself as it was not required. I just installed reshade 4.1.1 as stated above and choose the dx10+ option. I tried all the effects and most of them worked. Not a single crash or lockup. Once they get the 64 bit version of the game working you need to move the files or just reinstall to the bin64 folder. Although if you reinstall i'd suggest any saved variable files be moved over from the bin folder to the bin64 folder to save time reconfiguring. This is if you actually did create a profile.
At the character select screen and or ingame hit your HOME button to bring up the reshade options and follow the instructions. Do the tutorial and DO NOT change the paths as they should work fine if you leave them alone as we already correctly placed the files in the correct spot during installation.
If you want to use reshade on the other servers ie the Singularity Test Server for example then install Reshade to the correct bin folder for those as well, as such for Singularity; EVE Online\SharedCache\sisi\bin
Please note that i do NOT use steam. I am however using MSI Afterburner to include the overlay with no issues.