What he is trying to say is there is no point having "Profiles" for game its almost useless to be honest. AMD just need to have a profile which is "Global Profile" any other profile people can just change it in the game setting it will be saved anyway not like settings will reset after you exit in any game. What AMD really need is resolve on hand issue rather than making obselete features and complicating stuffs just saying:D
"have wrong directions or settings";"incorrect profiles"-it is not the same, what you are saying.
There was a time when AMD driver had not any profiles. Current implementation of AMD profiles seems to me quite convenient and functional.
But i never used them for new games.
Those are incompatible settings in Crimson game profile. First one is added automatically by Crimson and
with this one, my crossfire won't work. The second GPU is still idle. The reason is Crimson didn't know the
right path of excution.
First one is the wrong path of Crimson profile. Although it's not a Steam game actually,
it use Steam ID as a excution path.
Second one is created by me. That works as a right crossfire setting.
Now I want to remove the useless profiles, but every boot, Crimson reproduce them again and again,
althogh I'd removed them already. So I need your help to remove them forever.
Thank you for your replying. Maybe my explanation was not enough. You know there are many "Uninstallers" which make the programms you installed remove. Crimson even add the profiles of "Uninstaller". I meaned those things. You know Uninstallers don't need crossfire settings. That is the useless profiles I meaned. And also what I want to remove is specific games like using .dll not .exe when they are running or there isn't any crossfire profiles to AMD basic support, which means I need to handle myself to adjust 1x1 or AFR options. In those case, when Crimson makes "wrong profiles" first, even their insetting directory locations are wrong locations, that is the useless pofiles I want to remove forever. For example, MMO, Lots of MMO don't have crossfire profiles which AMD basically support. when you install those games, Crimson add automatically the games as "Crimson game profiles". If you don't adjust additionally, Your crossfire won't work. Because Crimson don't know the right excution path of the games. In this case, you must make a new profile with right excution path. And it means there are two incompatible profiles in a Crimson game profiles bunch. I'm not sure you'll get my point. However, please help to remove those things forever.
The whole your story sounds like nightmare (not only for you)
Next time, when you are gonna make some screenshots from Radeon settings,please switch language to English (in Radeon settings)
Try this solution:
If you can provide me more information about your system, i will give you a link to that driver.
The OP is correct because I too have had problems when updating Drivers only to find that the individual game profiles are still there so when you click on the games icon within Crimson, it might not work because the path to the games .exe has gone wrong where as before it was ok.
Sometimes I have to completely delete a game profile and then add that game back manually by finding the right path to the games .exe.
Now I'm very glad to find same oven.
By the way, in my arrogant guess, the solution maybe in regedit.exe.
Of course I can't figure out but somewhere in regedit the data of installed games maybe saved, in my thought.
And if my guess is right, everytime when a system boots up, Crimson creates the profiles on the basis of regedit data.
If not the regedit, maybe it's in a file somewhere in HDD.
The important thing is a layperson like me can't figure out the way to remove the data.
Maybe some experts can prescribe a miracle cure someday.
Sorry for my poor langs.
I just found only way to change Crimson language and that was here [How to change Crimson UI language? ].
I'm not a expert to hack some data so I'm confussed to carry out this.
Anyway, thank you for your suggestion, and I'll try that in a while.
Right click on desktop>Radeon settings>settings>Language
Describe my system:
- AMD Graphics Card
- AMD R9 280X X2(CrossFired)
- Desktop or Laptop System
- Operating System
- Windows 10 64bit
- Driver version installed
- Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.4 (Released 11/17/2016)
- Display Devices
- LG (I dunno the detail, sorry, it's just a uncommon thing, maybe) 1680x1050 @70Hz Active DP to HDMI adapter
- ASRock H87 Performance
- i5 - 4670K (3.4 -> 3.8GHz overclocked)
- Power Supply Unit Make, Model & Wattage
- POWEREX 800W Bronze+
I think, if Radeon settings creates wrong profiles which point to not existing .exe, then that profiles cannot harm anything.
Just create your own (correct) profile and make sure that your settings are saved after restart of your system.
If you use cracked STEAM games, it may explain wrong path in profiles.
Only a young Snowflake person would start talking about cracked Steam games!! Lol.
- AMD Graphics Card