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anti aliasing override settings

Question asked by cablenexus on Mar 26, 2016

AMD R7 250

Desktop

Windows 10 64bit

Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.3.1

Acer HDMI monitor 1650x1080 resolution

Asus P5Q

Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 @2.66GHz 2.67 GHz

6 GB

 

Since 16.3.1 clean install (used AMD uninstall tool to delete previous 15.12 version and CCleaner to remove registry leftovers) I can't set custom settings anymore the way I was able to in previous version. For example I have a (simply designed OpenGL) game Sovereignty: Crown of Kings for which I could set my anti aliasing and anisotropic settings manual to override the application settings but it doesn't make sense anymore. Whatever I choose in the Crimson menu for the game non of the settings override the application settings anymore.

 

A Steam friend of me with the same game installed the Crimson 16.1.1 driver and can override his AA and AF settings in the game menu manual. I can click what I want in both 16.3.1 and 16.1.1 drivers but in game there is zero effect for whatever custom settings I try.

 

When reset or disable a game profile in the custom game settings in both 16.3.1 and 16.1.1 I have frequently errors. Debug window shows me the following info:

 

Unhandled exception at 0x000000006ABC915E (Qt5Core.dll) in cnext.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x00000000ED5E0030.

 

Het bericht is bewerkt door: Jean-Marc Vaatstra

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