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Another silly Question from me
#1
I have been noticing a lot lately that most fixes can be attributed to the auto game fixes not working. I have seen a number of recent posts that you have to manually activate them. Is this new considering I have never had to do it. Is this a recent or has this been happening for awhile?
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#2
Which gamefix do you mean? Auto-switch to software mode?

I actually seldom see this problem. It could be related to a non-matching crc (bad iso) if the hack is specialized on one game. (Like here for example where it is not clear why the automatic gamefix was not applied.)
I guess the auto-switch to SW is not enabled even if recommended because it drains your cpu if you are on the less powerful side of the moon.
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#3
^ In your example, I think the auto fix wasn't applied because OP had the director's cut of ToD, which likely has a different CRC than the normal one.
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#4
Blyss. I believe you are correct. I completely forgot it tracks by crc and not game name. Talk about a Brain Fart. I had to do the same for games I modded. Didn't even enter my mind. Thanks.
MOBO - ASUS Maximus VII Hero
CPU - Intel i7 4790k 4.4GHZ
RAM - 16 Gigs DDR3 2133mhz
HDD - 3 500 Gig SSD 1 3 TB 7200 RPM
GPU - EVGA Nvidia GTX 1070 SC
OS- Windows 10.
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