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ATT Vista 64 loader

Discussion in 'ATI Tray Tools Generic Discussion' started by Cheerpipe, Oct 4, 2008.

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  1. Cheerpipe

    Cheerpipe Active Member

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    Hi, first of all, sorry by my bad english XD.


    My loader allow ATT to run in Vista 64, i think this is the safests way because it dont allow any unsigned driver to be loaded, only the ATT one. The loader dont enable testgisning, dont instal anything, it only use old atsiv method and binaries to load ATT driver in run-time.

    Notes: Disable UAC and Windows Defender.


    I apreciate any feedback

    Download Link: http://rapidshare.com/files/150928433/ATTLoader.rar


    Aditional instructions to use with UAC and Windows Defender enabled (Thanks to Risco):


    1. Place the loader in the ATT folder
    2. In control panel go to scheduled tasks
    3. In right hand pane select "create task"
    4. Type in name then tick "run with highest privileges"
    5. Click triggers, click new then choose "at log on"
    6. Click actions and browse to attloader
    7. Click conditions and untick everything
    8. Close everything
    9. Log off windows, then back on and ATT will load automatically!


    NOTE: Dont forget to uncheck "Load with windows" option from ATT wherever you use or not UAC.
     
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  2. v4npro

    v4npro Master Guru

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    Anyone else confirm this?
     
  3. Cheerpipe

    Cheerpipe Active Member

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    pls try and give some feedback, i dont have friends with ATI/Vista64 to confirm that it works in all system, at least in my work 100% with any version of ATT.
     
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    Hi,

    works fine. Thank you very much.

    ATTLoader is needed only for the first start.

    But really fine would it be to start ATT with some parameters like that:
    "D:\Programme\Vista64\ATI Tray Tools\atitray.exe" /loadgame "Warhammer"

    Is that possible?

    Otherwise i will create a link like:
    cmd.exe /c start D:\Programme\Vista64\ATI Tray Tools\ATTLoader.exe & start "D:\Programme\Vista64\ATI Tray Tools\atitray.exe" /loadgame "Warhammer"

    Sorry for my english too ^^
     

  5. Cheerpipe

    Cheerpipe Active Member

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    Each time you boot into windows o login your windows account (use only to automatic startup, after you run ATT firs time, the loader is not need)

    i will try to explain ir with my poor english :(.

    The loader really is not a Ati Tray Tool loader, the loader check if the Aty Tray Tool Low level driver is loaded, if not, it load the low level driver and then run att, if the low level driver is already loaded, the loader only run ati tray tool executable, so, the loader only work as loader the first time...so afer the first run with the loader (from startup folder or with registry entrys) you can run ati tray tool without the loader ("D:\Programme\Vista64\ATI Tray Tools\atitray.exe" /loadgame "Warhammer" by example).

    i hope you can understanme xDDDDDDD.

    PD: you not need run "D:\Programme\Vista64\ATI Tray Tools\atitray.exe" /loadgame "Warhammer" to load a profile, if you run "Warhammer" by example, ati tray tool detect it automatically and change the 3D profile. (it detect the exe name)
     
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    Defender is not a problem for me (it's already disabled) but I'd like to keep UAC enabled.

    Is it possible?
     
  7. Cheerpipe

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    The only problem with UAC is the security prompt, if is not problem for you one click, you can keep UAC enabled.
     
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    Thx for the loader it works perfect here Vista Ult. 64 bits SP1 ;)
     
  9. Pterodon

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    Are you talking about one click every time i start a pc, right?
     
  10. Cheerpipe

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    yes, because UAC dont have a exclusion list. :bang:
     

  11. NiukNiuk

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    It works great here, thanks a lot !
     
  12. Evasive

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    This worked Perfectly :)

    thanks for this. FINALLY can enable Vsync WOOT
     
  13. fungus303

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    Hello

    i just run readydriver plus!

    ReadyDriver Plus install itself as boot.bin file, and then modifies Windows Vista Boot Configuration Data (BCD), which is then read by Windows Boot Manager (the bootloader for Vista) to load ReadyDriver. When Windows Vista boot loader reads BCD, it loads ReadyDriver which will then makes the appropriate selection to disable Signed Driver Signature Enforcement, based on what user choose to install. So in a way, ReadyDriver Plus manages to permanently disable driver signing enforcement in Windows Vista, both x32 and x64, by automatically select “Disable Driver Signature Enforcement” option in the “Advanced Boot Options” menu on system startup.

    Download Link ---> http://www.citadel.co.nr/download/fi...driverplus.php
     
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    The problem is that readydriver plus make your system vulnerable because any non-signed driver can be loaded. Another minor problem are the two or three seconds lost on bootmenu.

    My loader only need to by clicked/doble clicked xD.

    sorry my bad english :puke2:
     
  15. Risco

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    Oh my god mate, you are a bloody star! It works and I can even get it running in vista at startup with UAC and Defender running!

    All you need to do is the following:



    1. Place the loader in the ATT folder
    2. In control panel go to scheduled tasks
    3. In right hand pane select "create task"
    4. Type in name then tick "run with highest privileges"
    5. Click triggers, click new then choose "at log on"
    6. Click actions and browse to attloader
    7. Click conditions and untick everything
    8. Close everything
    9. Log off windows, then back on and ATT will load automatically!
     

  16. fungus303

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    hmm i just tried your loader, very nice work bro :)

    Just removed Ati tray tools from startup, and put your loader there... working great.. :)

    Keep up the good work... :D
     
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    This worked great! Great loader, great tips :)
     
  18. Laykun

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    Can you provide the source code?
     
  19. Princess_Frosty

    Princess_Frosty Master Guru

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    This works for me, thanks, programmers not signing drivers for vista x64 really irritates me but this fixes it nicely!
     
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    Did you ever think how much cost driver signature?
     
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