Install the game and start it up normally to insure all the Steam install scripts are run properly.
Extract contents of DisableOverlay.zip to the base folder of the game(?), overwrite(or rename to be safe?) any existing InstallScript.vdf. (Zip Contents: InstallScript.vdf, DisableOverlay\DisableOverlay.bat)
Run the game from Steam and Select Yes on UAC prompt(if any).
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tonka said:Could you please give me a version where the Steam Path is D:\Steam. Thanks.
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tonka said:Thanks TsaebehT, that works great with Mass effect. It must be installed in the Launcher folder, not in binaries.
mgriggs22 said:Another thing to keep in mind is if you have more that one drive you install games to, you have to disable it in both places. For example, I install steam game to both my C and E drives. So the overlay needed to be disabled in both locations.
mgriggs22 said:One other thing, not sure if it matters or not, just to be on the safe side, I also renamed GameOverlayRenderer64.dll as well.
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