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TOPIC: 4.3.0 CTD

4.3.0 CTD 4 months 2 days ago #1

Responding again to my own post, I did a complete, fresh reinstall of Cemu 1.15.8, Cemu Hook .572, and ReShade 4.3.0.
CTD on specific game (XCX or BOTW) launch.
I read through the ReShade forums, but nothing in particular jumped out at me.
I disabled on-screen overlays from both GeForce Experience (wasn't activated) and Steam (was, then disabled).
No help.
So installed ReShade to another game I have--Dragon Age Inquisition.
Bingo!
DAI also crashes on launch. reshade.me states ReShade works "perfectly" for DAI. Probably it does, but not 4.3.0. CTD.
FYSA.
Cross-posted to reddit.com/r/cemu forum.
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4.3.0 CTD 4 months 2 days ago #2

Just quickly, are you on a laptop with integrated (i.e, Intel) and dedicated (i.e AMD or Nvidia) graphics?
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4.3.0 CTD 4 months 2 days ago #3

Yes. Intel 630 and GTX1080.
Are we hitting on something with this observation?
Maybe I'm doing something dumb.
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4.3.0 CTD 4 months 2 days ago #4

Yep :) there's a known issue with laptops and hybrid graphics. I don't know the specifics, but the result is a crash as you describe. Crosire may me able to explain better, but I think it's related to having multiple graphic driver stacks interfering with how Reshade hooks them for a game.

The solution is to disable the Intel GPU (presumably in the BIOS).
Last Edit: 4 months 2 days ago by Martigen.
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4.3.0 CTD 4 months 2 days ago #5

Thanks!
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4.3.0 CTD 4 months 2 days ago #6

Yep. That was it exactly.I guess no way to force Reshade through the ini or similar to hook to a particular card. Ah well.
Anyway, ReShade works now (no BIOS setting; disabled in Device Manager). Thanks!
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