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TOPIC: reshade not loading for Star Wars The Old Republic

reshade not loading for Star Wars The Old Republic 3 weeks 2 days ago #1

HI,

After doing a clean install of my system and coming back to the game after several months, I'm unable to set up reshade for Star Wars: The Old Republic. When I install reshade as dx9 I get an error (0x0000005). I've looked through other threads here concerning swtor, but nothing helped (I'm installing reshade in the retail folder, next to "swtor.exe"). Also, I'm using AMD RX 480 and Windows 10 with 1903 build, if that helps.
  • compatibility mode and "run as admin" are disabled
  • I've tried both reshade 4.x and 3.4.1
  • installing as dx10 (dxgi.dll) successfuly launches the game, but reshade itself does not load:
    06:56:16:452 [11376] | INFO  | Initializing crosire's ReShade version '4.1.1.495' (32-bit) built on '2019-01-23 23:34:27' loaded from "F:\\Games\\swtor\\swtor\\RetailClient\\dxgi.dll" to "F:\\Games\\swtor\\swtor\\RetailClient\\swtor.exe" ...
    06:56:16:497 [11376] | INFO  | Registering hooks for "user32.dll" ...
    06:56:16:497 [11376] | INFO  | > Libraries loaded.
    06:56:16:497 [11376] | INFO  | > Found 13 match(es). Installing ...
    06:56:16:508 [11376] | INFO  | Registering hooks for "ws2_32.dll" ...
    06:56:16:508 [11376] | INFO  | > Libraries loaded.
    06:56:16:509 [11376] | INFO  | > Found 8 match(es). Installing ...
    06:56:16:520 [11376] | INFO  | Registering hooks for "C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\d3d9.dll" ...
    06:56:16:520 [11376] | INFO  | > Libraries loaded.
    06:56:16:520 [11376] | INFO  | > Found 9 match(es). Installing ...
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | Registering hooks for "C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\d3d10.dll" ...
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | > Delayed.
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | Registering hooks for "C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\d3d10_1.dll" ...
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | > Delayed.
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | Registering hooks for "C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\d3d11.dll" ...
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | > Delayed.
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | Registering hooks for "C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\dxgi.dll" ...
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | > Delayed until first call to an exported function.
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | Registering hooks for "C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\opengl32.dll" ...
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | > Delayed.
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | Initialized.
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | Redirecting 'CreateDXGIFactory({7B7166EC-21C7-44AE-B21A-C9AE321AE369}, 0215F9A0)' ...
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | > Passing on to 'CreateDXGIFactory1':
    06:56:16:531 [11376] | INFO  | Redirecting 'CreateDXGIFactory1({7B7166EC-21C7-44AE-B21A-C9AE321AE369}, 0215F9A0)' ...
    06:56:16:532 [11376] | INFO  | Installing export hooks for "C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\dxgi.dll" ...
    06:56:16:532 [11376] | INFO  | > Found 7 match(es). Installing ...
    06:56:16:535 [11376] | INFO  | Exiting ...
    06:56:16:535 [11376] | INFO  | Uninstalling 45 hook(s) ...
    06:56:16:546 [11376] | INFO  | Exited.
Any ideas? Reshade was working fine couple of months ago (I believe it was also installed as dx10) but not anymore :( It also works fine for other games.
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reshade not loading for Star Wars The Old Republic 2 weeks 1 day ago #2

having the same problem, do you have a fix yet?
Using the latest windows 10 build, tried every reshade version from 4.0 to the latest version, as DX9 DX10+ and so on
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reshade not loading for Star Wars The Old Republic 1 week 1 day ago #3

Not really, no :(
I kind of managed to run it a using ENB Injector (injecting reshade.dll directly, enbseries.dll does not load ether), but it only worked something like 3 times over a hundred tries, so I wouldn't say it's a viable solution...
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reshade not loading for Star Wars The Old Republic 1 week 22 hours ago #4

Renaming Reshade32.dll to dxgi.dll works for me.
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