-Honestly all i did was make a new folder in my documents called “My Mods” and another folder inside it called “SpecialK”.
-I pressed the Download button in this website at the top and installed a zip file.
-I unzipped it inside “SpecialK” folder which is in My Documents/My Mods .
-Then i clicked on the SKIF.exe and a program runs, then you click Global Injection and press “Start Service”
-Then run a game and done, atleast thats how it worked for me.
Didn’t really need any visual C+ and stuff. I think that must be only for windows 7 or something but not sure, i’m not a programmer, just saying what i did for it to run for me on my windows 10.
Hm, did you try run it as administrator? If that still closes the icon, try restarting your PC, also be sure to use the zip file from the download up here and not a downloaded file from another website.
I’m not sure I understand… This thread is about how you get Special K into Horizon: Zero Dawn, no? Performing the mentioned steps (extracting the local folder to the game folder so that dxgi.dll and dxgi.ini resides in the same folder as HorizonZeroDawn.exe) is all that’s needed to get Special K installed and loaded when launching the game.
So if the intention was to use Special K for Horizon: Zero Dawn, that is how you achieve it. The config file that archive comes with is preconfigured for a 60 FPS cap. If you want it lower you have to open dxgi.ini and change TargetFPS into another value.
If you copied dxgi.dll and dxgi.ini over to the game folder then you did it right, and Special K should be installed in the game.
You have me lost. and Special K should be installed in the game. What do you mean? There is Global folder and local folder, Do i take both files out of there folders and copy them to the game folder or paste the folders in the game folder?