About the end of Waroverlay -question to admin

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Re: About the end of Waroverlay -question to admin

Post by mashiryinaa » 02 Oct 2019, 04:44

spaceje wrote:
01 Oct 2019, 21:04
Just wait October ban news to be sure EAC is ON or OFF.
Use Process Hacker to make checks. No need to wait anything. All fine atm.
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Re: About the end of Waroverlay -question to admin

Post by Silesian » 02 Oct 2019, 15:37

mashiryinaa wrote:
02 Oct 2019, 04:44
Use Process Hacker to make checks. No need to wait anything. All fine atm.
Do you know what process to look for? Is this a separate process?
Is there only one?

Yesterday Gaijin wrote:
We had internal test with alpha / dev, but those tests can only do so much. You can't beat users when it come to find errors or breaking things. :D
Some have a 5 year old windows installation with a lot of conflicting software, disabled windows features that are not really meant to be disabled, have unstable memory, changed cpu / gpu brand without reinstalling, have torrent / crypto miners (without always knowing it's installed), virus, cracked games, forced unsigned / modified driver or bios or firmware, you name it.

But EAC is not new, and it's already running on other projects (Crossout, Cuisine Royale) without issue.
Anyway, we're testing that in the real world with real users and see what's happening.
Does anyone know how EAC works in other games, (e.g. Crossout, Cuisine Royale)?
What processes there EAC launches?
Especially with Gaijin games. By the way, why is he even there? Are those games so popular?

Edit:
This is a good reason to learn how EAC works on our computers (even forgetting about waroverlay).
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Re: About the end of Waroverlay -question to admin

Post by mashiryinaa » 05 Oct 2019, 11:11

It's in the launcher itself. Process Hacker shows you all the processes running on your computer, even those that you cannot see in the usual Task Manager.
If there will be EAC, you will see it there, running under the executable for sure.
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