Sleeping Dogs Hkship.exe Fix

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Program Files (x86) >Steam >steamapps >common >Sleeping Dogs and delete these 3 files: HKShip.exe, d3d11.dll, dxgi.dll once its done, start steam. Select sleeping dogs in the steam library, right clicked it for Properties, on the Local Files tab, click the Verify Integrity of Game Cache once done, the game should run with no problem.

Although this have been asked before, let me try to explain this again; this is caused by DX11, since dx11 technology isn't done yet, there are so many bugs (hardware, installation, software, memory etc), while Sleeping Dogs has no option to disable it, we had to err. 'fix' it ourself. First of all to do this, you must exit steam (logout) now, depending on your OS or how you install the games, USUALLY (more like commonly lol) you have to go to (on your file explorer) Program Files (x86) >Steam >steamapps >common >Sleeping Dogs >redist within redist folder, delete these 3 files: D3D11Install_2010.exe, vcredist_x86.exe, D3D11InstallHelper.dll once deleted, go back 1 folder behind at Program Files (x86) >Steam >steamapps >common >Sleeping Dogs and delete these 3 files: HKShip.exe, d3d11.dll, dxgi.dll once its done, start steam. Select sleeping dogs in the steam library, right clicked it for Properties, on the Local Files tab, click the Verify Integrity of Game Cache once done, the game should run with no problem. However, this is only a fix to run Sleeping Dogs. The fact that DX11 is still buggy as hell, there are chances when you add DLCs, you 'may' have to do above steps again if this does not solve your problem, do get back to us again.

This fix worked for me and three friends, so I thought I'd post it here. I don't know how nvidia users would go about this but I'm sure it's possible.

Step 1: Open the vision engine controll center and click on 'Gaming' then ' 3D application settings'. Motivational Audio Mp3 Free Download In Hindi. Step 2: Look for the button that says 'Add' and click on it. Step 3: Browse to your sleeping dogs folder in Steamapps/common and click the HKship.exe icon, then click open.

Step 4: You will be told there is a profile set up for this already, allow it to be overwritten. Step 5: HKship.exe will now appear in a small scroll bar.

Step 6: Scroll through its settings to 'wait for vertical refresh' and set it to 'always off'. Step 7: Launch the game and wait at least a minute. It'll white screen but eventually should launch without a crash. And that's all there is to it. I've tried to be as clear as I can with this, and I can't guarantee 100% success rate but it seems to work well. Please comment if you get a good result so more people can see! Second Fix Posted in this thread, if the first doesn't work.

Originally posted by:I used to get the same problem until this afternoon, i found a solution that fixed this problem, im on an AMD processor by the way.. The following lines were wrote by AssassinKID, so I'm not the guy who found the solution, all that belong to him. Kill the game with Task Manager and exit Steam.

Now go to: 'C: Program Files (x86) Steam steamapps common SleepingDogs redist ' and delete the following files: 'D3D11Install_2010.exe', 'vcredist_x86.exe', 'D3D11InstallHelper.dll' 3. Go to 'C: Program Files (x86) Steam steamapps common SleepingDogs' and delete 'HKShip.exe', 'd3d11.dll' and 'dxgi.dll' 4. Now start Steam, right click on 'Sleeping Dogs' and select 'Properties' then 'Local files' then 'verify integrity of game cache' and wait until finished (this step downloads and replaces the files you deleted before) 5. Go to: 'C: Program Files (x86) Steam steamapps common SleepingDogs redist DXRedist' 6. Run 'DXSETUP.exe' (this copied some files even though my directX was already latest version) 7. Go up one folder to 'C: Program Files (x86) Steam steamapps common SleepingDogs redist' and run 'vcredist_x86.exe', choose 'Repair'.