No, the path relates to custom shaders and you are installing 3DMigoto in the same directory as ED in any case so shouldn't need to define a path.Thanks. I checked and the folder "shaderFixes" along with 6 hlsl files (that the error says cannot find, which by the way only shows up on the mirror display for few seconds -and not in the headset) are indeed there!
One thing that I see that is funny is if you look in the d3dx file, the path for those files is "vs = ShaderFixes/3dvision2sbs.hlsl". Normally in windows, paths are specified in backslash and not forward slash as far as I know. Could that be the problem?
Also, I disabled the semicolons in order to enable the hard mode but hard mode does not happen.
There is no obvious reason for it not to work so I would suggest:
- uninstall 3DMigoto using the "uninstall.bat" file.
- clean the registry (if you have software you know and trust to do that job).
- Restart your computer.
- Run ED and then close it.
- Reinstall 3DMigoto.
- Replace the default d3dx.ini file with the version at post #121 (which needs to be renamed to the default first).
- Enable the options you want and save (as the same .ini file).
Good to go.
Hopefully (bit of a guess) this will clear out the remnants of what sounds like a left over registry entry resulting from your first installation attempt.