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Xickle
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Getting this error in Flawless Widescreen when trying to run Prey:

"Could not find HUDFix1 injection point, Prey may have updated to a version that is no longer supported."

Is the fix outdated or is it a problem on my end?
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I am getting the same "Could not find HUDFix1 injection point, Prey may have updated to a version that is no longer supported." error.. I tried removing the HUD injection but then i get the same error for FOV:( seems new injection points need to be made.
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I started getting the same error... right after I got the recent Prey update. Looks like we'll have to wait for HaYDeN to work his magic again!
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The Flawless Widescreen fix still works for me to center the HUD and alter FOV beyond 120 for Nvidia Surround (latest drivers). Latest steam version of Prey.
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esteady1 wrote:The Flawless Widescreen fix still works for me to center the HUD and alter FOV beyond 120 for Nvidia Surround (latest drivers). Latest steam version of Prey.


The FOV fix works for me with both 1.03 and 1.04 version of Prey. But the HUD fix does not.

If I select it in FWS when the game starts I get no UI at all and can't event start the game. I am using Eyefinity with the latest Radeon 17.5.2 drivers.

Hopefully, Hayden will update his fix to work with Eyefinity.
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Ufolog wrote:Thank you HaYDeN!
Buy I experience a trouble using Flawless Widescreen.
The game menu and all in-game interface have dissapeared once fix is enabled.
Disabling it and switching to desktop and back brings all back again.
Below is some console logs when I'm enabling/disabling the fix
Thanks.
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DisplayDetection -> Scanning process for signs of SoftTH injection
c_HackTool -> Successfully opened process, ID=2120
Suspending Thread
HUDFix1 - Addr=Prey.exe+2A96E8
HUDFix2 - Addr=Prey.exe+2A96FB
HUDFix3 - Addr=Prey.exe+2A9992
FOVPtr - Addr=Prey.exe+240D5B0 (Acquired)
FOVPtr - Addr=Prey.exe+FFFFFFFEFFE1E968 (float=120.00) (Offset=8)
Un-Suspending Thread
Configure Success = true
Inject delay: 1500ms, Configure() took: 275ms, Adjusted Inject delay: 1225ms
Actual delay: 1225ms
Suspending Thread
c_HackTool -> JMP candidate for HUDFix3_cc, NOPS=0, Address=0x1402a9992
c_HackTool -> Successfully allocated 4096 bytes at 0x14a3e0000 for ASM block "Fixes"
c_HackTool -> Assembly compile was successful
Un-Suspending Thread
DisplayDetection -> Resolution change detected
DisplayDetection -> Found AMD Device: AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
DisplayDetection -> Eyefinity Display Detected, Res: 1920x1080, AR: 1.78, Position: {X:0, Y:0}
DisplayDetection ->  * Display (1/2): Res: 0x0, Pos: {X:0, Y:0}
DisplayDetection ->  * Display (2/2): Res: 1920x1080, Pos: {X:1920, Y:0}
DisplayDetection -> Found AMD Device: AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
DisplayDetection -> No displays associated with this device.
DisplayDetection -> NVIDIA Library not found, skipping NVIDIA detection
DisplayDetection -> Preferred Display \\.\DISPLAY1 connected to AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
DisplayDetection -> Scanning process for signs of SoftTH injection
c_HackTool -> Successfully opened process, ID=2120
Suspending Thread
HUDFix1 - Addr=Prey.exe+2A96E8
HUDFix2 - Addr=Prey.exe+2A96FB
HUDFix3 - Addr=Prey.exe+2A9992
FOVPtr - Addr=Prey.exe+240D5B0 (Acquired)
FOVPtr - Addr=Prey.exe+FFFFFFFEFFE1E968 (float=120.00) (Offset=8)
Un-Suspending Thread
Configure Success = true
Suspending Thread
c_HackTool -> JMP candidate for HUDFix3_cc, NOPS=0, Address=0x1402a9992
c_HackTool -> Successfully allocated 4096 bytes at 0x17fd10000 for ASM block "Fixes"
c_HackTool -> Assembly compile was successful
Un-Suspending Thread
DisplayDetection -> Resolution change detected
DisplayDetection -> Found AMD Device: AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
DisplayDetection -> Eyefinity Display Detected, Res: 1920x1080, AR: 1.78, Position: {X:0, Y:0}
DisplayDetection ->  * Display (1/2): Res: 0x0, Pos: {X:0, Y:0}
DisplayDetection ->  * Display (2/2): Res: 1920x1080, Pos: {X:1920, Y:0}
DisplayDetection -> Found AMD Device: AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
DisplayDetection -> No displays associated with this device.
DisplayDetection -> NVIDIA Library not found, skipping NVIDIA detection
DisplayDetection -> Preferred Display \\.\DISPLAY1 connected to AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
DisplayDetection -> Resolution change detected
DisplayDetection -> Found AMD Device: AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
DisplayDetection -> Eyefinity Display Detected, Res: 1920x1080, AR: 1.78, Position: {X:0, Y:0}
DisplayDetection ->  * Display (1/2): Res: 0x0, Pos: {X:0, Y:0}
DisplayDetection ->  * Display (2/2): Res: 1920x1080, Pos: {X:1920, Y:0}
DisplayDetection -> Found AMD Device: AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
DisplayDetection -> No displays associated with this device.
DisplayDetection -> NVIDIA Library not found, skipping NVIDIA detection
DisplayDetection -> Preferred Display \\.\DISPLAY1 connected to AMD Radeon R9 200 Series


Specs: GPU - AMD R9 295X2, 5760x1080, Crimson 17.5.1, Prey Profile for Crossfire enabled, Win 10 64 bit.


I am using Radeon too and have the same issue. So this issue must affect AMD only.
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Bump to see if this might get addressed. I really want to play Prey on my Eyefinity setup.
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