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TOPIC: [SOLVED] Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age: Inquisition 1 year 11 months ago #1

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ReShade doesn't even start for it. The setup exe crashes whenever you try to select the game exe and manual install doesn't hold any results.
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Dragon Age: Inquisition 1 year 11 months ago #2

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Make sure that Origin overlay is disabled for the game.
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Dragon Age: Inquisition 1 year 11 months ago #3

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Origin overlay should work fine now. =)
The setup tool isn't guarateed to work though, just do a manual installation: Where and how did you do that? DA:I is a D3D11 game as far as I know, so you would take the ReShade DLL (the 64bit one in this case, game is 64bit I think) and rename it to "dxgi.dll", then put it where the game executable is.
Somebody who owns the game may be of more help here (so please answer if you do), I know it should be working with it just fine, had multiple reports of it =)
Cheers, crosire =)
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Dragon Age: Inquisition 1 year 11 months ago #4

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DA:I works great with reshade 0.11 + Sweetfx and Martins DOF. All effects apply correctly and depth buffer grabbed as should!

imgur.com/2RkgtlA&EeqSmqT#0
imgur.com/2RkgtlA&EeqSmqT#1

So it seems something like setup or config issue to me.
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Dragon Age: Inquisition 1 year 11 months ago #5

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I did exactly this and Origin overlay is disabled. Is there some file I may be missing? All I did was grab ReShade + Sweet FX 2.0. Is there like a preset or something I have to get from the forums to make it work?
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Dragon Age: Inquisition 1 year 11 months ago #6

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If you grabbed "ReShade + Sweet FX 2.0" renamed "reshade64.dll" to "dxgi.dll" and copied it together with the "SweetFX" folder and "Sweet.fx" to your DA:I install dir where the " DragonAgeInquisition.exe" is then reshade must load just fiine without additional preset or config.
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Dragon Age: Inquisition 1 year 11 months ago #7

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OH I figured out the issue. See I had a d3d9.dll already in the games directory which I renamed to dxgi INSTEAD of ReSdade64. It works fine now. Still don't understand why the setup version doesn't install though but at least manual is functional
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Dragon Age: Inquisition 1 year 11 months ago #8

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Glad you resolved it!
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Dragon Age: Inquisition 1 year 8 months ago #9

I did the steps listed here, and when I launch DAI via origin the reshade message comes up notifying me that it is a beta etc. I clicked yes but nothing happens, game does not lauch at all and I cannot click 'play' again for DAI in origin.

EDIT: Well I got the game launched by using the 32bit reshade and renaming it to dxgi.dll.

But there is no visual change ingame, I cannot toggle anything.

EDIT 2: NVM I have got sweetFX working using the Powerplay x64 eFX sweetFX files and nothing else needed, no reshade or configurator etc.
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