can't open enb.
I have installed enb from enbdev but can't seem to open it . Tried changing the input keys but still doesnot work. I have all the .DLLs installed so no problem there . I use mvga and reshade . Please help
Do you get an ENB related message top left of screen when you load the game?
General ENB & Reshade Info:
The '[PROXY]' part of 'enblocal.ini' needs to be set up correctly to work with Reshade.
Mine looks like this for running ENB with an old version of SweetFX.
[PROXY] EnableProxyLibrary=true InitProxyFunctions=false ProxyLibrary=d3d11.dll
You can try that^, it might work.
Or maybe this:
[PROXY] EnableProxyLibrary=true InitProxyFunctions=false ProxyLibrary=Reshade.dll
You sometimes need to rename .dll's to get them to work together also. It is a bit confusing I'll admit.
If you don't have any luck get back to me & I'll see what else I can come up with but do be aware I know of people that have never been able to get ENB & Reshade to play nice together. It's a bit hit & miss especially on Win10 & I have worries of upgrading to Win 10 (from Win7) for this exact reason.
Best of luck
Thanks man it worked . Using the 1st one worked . You are enb's saviour .
@a63nt-5m1th I can't open the enb menu. I tried shift+enter and shift+z. how can i open ?
As long as ENB is working & displaying writing at the top left of the screen when you start GTA V, if you open 'enblocal.ini' & set the '[INPUT]' section like this:
Default 'enblocal.ini' '[INPUT]' settings:
[INPUT] KeyCombination=16 <!-- Shift --> KeyUseEffect=123 <!-- F12 --> KeyFPSLimit=36 <!-- Home --> KeyShowFPS=106 <!-- * (in the numeric keypad on right of keyboard) --> KeyScreenshot=44 <!-- Print Screen --> KeyEditor=13 <!-- Return/Enter -->
The ENB in-game menu will open with Shift+Return/Enter:
& toggle ON/OFF with Shift+F12.
You can change those numbers above to whatever key combination you like by referring to a keyboard key code list like this.
@a63nt-5m1th Thank you for your answer. First of all, I don't have the enblocal.ini file. I have an enblocal file. I tried what you said in the enblocal file but the enb menu still doesn't open.
For the enblocal file, you likely have file extensions hidden in your Windows Explorer View settings:
but that won't make any difference to your ability to edit & save it, just useful/safer to be able to see file extensions etc.
Do you get an ENB message at the top left when starting the game?
@a63nt-5m1th only I get the message "17 mod pack installed" in the bottom left
No top left ENB message means ENB isn't hooking into the game. How confident are you that it's installed correctly?
How to install ENB:
- Download the latest ENB from this page by clicking the down arrow part of the ' download' link at the very bottom left of the page.
- Extract the contents of the 'enbseries_gta5_v0471.zip' to a folder of your choice
- In the 'WrapperVersion' folder within, take the 'enbseries' folder & all these files:
enbseries (folder containing 'enbhelper.dll' & '.ini' files)
- & drag & drop them into your GTA V root folder (ie the 'Grand Theft Auto V' folder where 'GTA5.exe' is located)
- Note: If you did anything different to the above when installing ENB previously, or installed to a different location etc, you'll need to find those files & remove them all.
- Try loading the game to see if the ENB message appears at the top left & also check your in-game GTA V settings & make sure your game is set to use DX11 (not DX10 or DX10.1) & you do not have Frame Scaling switched on.
If still no ENB message at startup:
- What GPU do you have? AMD or Nvidia GPU? AMD GPUs have always had a lot of issues with ENB (not sure they are even officially supported, generally they can work, but no support from ENB if you have issues etc). A lot of the new RTX 3000 series Nvidia cards have random weird issues with ENB also.
- Disable all overlays & such, including MSI Afterburner, Fraps, Nvidia Geforce/Steam/Origin etc overlays. Nearly everything comes with one now-a-days & a lot are hidden away & you may not know they are running etc. Basically, do your research & disable everything like that.
- Disable Anti-virus or anything like that also.
- Try uninstalling your current GPU driver in Windows Safe Mode using DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller) & then install the latest driver from a fresh download.
- Try running check disk on all your hard drives. Then run a System File Scan & then after that perhaps run DISM & make sure your Windows image is good.
- Just one copy of the game installed?
- Windows 10 or Windows 11?
- Download the free version of Windows Repair 4.12.3 & run it's repairs (read it's instructions tho, it steps you through the process & explains everything pretty well, including backups & what to run etc).
- If you get desperate, maybe try a repair install/in-place upgrade reinstall of Windows (basics here) or even a complete reinstall of Windows.