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enblocal.ini step 2.2.9 confusion

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DisableDriverMemoryManager : STEP says leave it disabled.does then disabled mean true or false? I think instead of using disabled/enabled in the step guide they should use the exact words used in the enblocal.ini.

 

example;

 

DisableDriverMemoryManager (if using bla blah blah, set to true (true instead of enabled), otherwise to false (instead of disabled)
 

has anyone understand this?

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Leave it set to false. Leaving it to false allows the driver to manage the memory. Setting it to True will enable ENBoost memory management and override the driver's. This is generally not needed and was developed for older video cards to get around some problematic CTDs, if I recall correctly.

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Leave it set to false. Leaving it to false allows the driver to manage the memory. Setting it to True will enable ENBoost memory management and override the driver's. This is generally not needed and was developed for older video cards to get around some problematic CTDs, if I recall correctly.

Oki thanks. Also could you make those enb locals guide little more noobish friendly lol i always end up getting the prebuilt enblocal from boris on the nexus, since the one here confuses me :p.

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In all honesty, probably not. The ENB stuff is really not "noob" territory.

I see, thanks for the help!

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