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i have troubles whith enb.

  • when i install enb i have visuals bug to the cars.

  • @zizu2004
    Is this someone's edited & released ENB (link to it if so) or the default one downloaded from here?
    How powerful is your computer? What GPU are you gaming on?
    Also, some screenshots of the visual bugs might help. Thanks :thumbsup:

  • @a63nt-5m1th i have problems whit all enb and my gpu is a i4460 graphics.

  • @zizu2004
    Is that the integrated GPU on the i5-4460 CPU? (not finding much on 'i4460' GPU on Google).
    Also, lets see some screenshots of the car bugs you are talking about :thumbsup:

  • @zizu2004 how i can shoot some screenshots?

  • @zizu2004
    With a bit of luck it should be set up in the ENB by default. Check 'enblocal.ini' & make sure 'KeyScreenshot=44' & then try hitting Print/Printscreen key on your keyboard in-game (should freeze a little for a second or so) & then check your 'Grand Theft Auto V' main folder for the pictures & upload them to a picture hosting site & share the links here. :thumbsup:

  • @a63nt-5m1th https://ibb.co/ZKBtvV9 and yes i have an integrated gpu

  • @zizu2004
    Ok, the car's bodywork completely disappears? That's a pretty serious bug!

    • So, do you have tons of 'no body, just four wheels' vehicles driving about the streets or does it just affect the player vehicle?
    • If just affecting one car at a time, does it happen to all cars you try?
    • If you disable ENB in-game ('Global' > 'UseEffect' > Untick it or 'Shift+F12' usually) does the vehicle/s reappear?
    • What version of ENB are you using? Make sure you are using v0.351 from this link. Note: In that link you'll notice a disclaimer that says:

    "Set game video options to DirectX11 mode. Also mod is tested for almost maxed graphics setting, so it may fail to work properly otherwise"

    Might be worth posting a thread about it on the ENB forums too as you are likely to get a quicker fix that way :thumbsup:

    In the meantime, open 'enblocal.ini' & set:


    If that does nothing, try opening 'enbseries.ini' & make sure the '[VEHICLE]' section looks like this:


    Those are the only two vehicle sentric settings in ENB, so most likely to be the cause.

    If you're still having problems after that, post your 'enblocal.ini' & 'enbseries.ini' contents to Pastebin & share the links here. Thanks :thumbsup:

  • @a63nt-5m1th i think to run enb is needed invidia gpu and the problem when the enb effect is on is still here. and thank you bro to try help me but i think to run enb is needed a gpu and whit an intel gpu isnt working. sorry for my bad english but i am italian. thank a lot bro.
    yes the peaple on the cars there is, only the car body is invisible, and this bug is on all the cars and if i diseble the effect the bug
    disappears. and i using the latest enb, i using direct 11 and my setting are all maxed appart msaa. thr msaa setting is on 2x.
    and i have nvr enb settings. enb normal not the ultra settings

  • @zizu2004
    It's cool, your English is good, I have no problems understanding you :thumbsup:
    I've created a thread on enbseries.enbdev here. Hopefully someone replies with some info.

    If you haven't already, could you try lowering your in-game graphics settings to their minimum & see if the same thing happens?

    Are you using a 'mods' folder? If so, can you move 'dinput8.dll' from the 'Grand Theft Auto V' main game folder to your Desktop (or use OpenIV's 'ASI Manager' ('OpenIV' > 'Tools' tab > 'ASI Manager') to uninstall 'ASI Loader' to do the same) & then try loading the vanilla game (so that NVR is taken out of the equation) & see if that changes anything?

    Also, could you download the default ENB v0.351 from this link, backup your copies of 'enblocal.ini' & 'enbseries.ini' & then replace them with the default ones from the download & check that as well? Thanks

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  • @zizu2004 whit standard enb is working, there is no bug.
    but whit custom enb local and enb series there is the bug

  • @zizu2004
    Nice :slight_smile: :thumbsup:. So there was either some settings in the NVR ENB that your iGPU don't like or some sort of error in the files.
    If you want to try & keep the NVR ENB you can always copy & paste sections of data from the NVR ENB back into the default files one at a time until you find the problem section & then test individual lines in that section to find the exact cause. :thumbsup:
    Might be something silly that doesn't really affect the overall look of the ENB, you never know.
    Glad you got it working anyway :thumbsup: & if you figure out exactly what was causing it, can you let me know? Thanks

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  • @a63nt-5m1th maybe is a driver problem, maybe whit intel graphics cant stand customs enb and it can stand only the standard enb. maybe to run enb is necessary more vram and a real gpu.

  • @zizu2004
    I think the NVR ENB was just a bit much for your iGPU (or there was a mistake in the file/s. It does happen). GTA V has a habit of removing textures if it is overburdened. With the right balance you should be able to find a custom ENB that works as there are people out there with older iGPU's that have got it to work.
    A little playing around with the settings should answer it :thumbsup:

  • @a63nt-5m1th thanks bro you have help me to find reason of this problem

  • @zizu2004
    No probs bub :slight_smile: Enjoy :thumbsup:

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