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Not manually detecting Crysis via Origin

As stated, I installed Crysis via Origin on my secondary drive but Raptr didn't seem to find it during the scans.
I went to manually add it to my library but it still didn't detect, even though I pointed it to the right executable.

Unsure why it isn't working when Raptr added both Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 just fine (also found on my secondary drive).





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 What version of the client are you on?

To find your version number:

Right click on the system tray icon and hover over help.  Then click about.

The version number will appear on the window that displays.

I've got v4.2.5 (Build 90154, overlay r90151)

Having exactly the same issue. Cannot add Origin version of Crysis (located on the D drive, same as all my games)

 Can you guys try the following for me?

Copy the Crysis.exe and paste it into your /Origin Games/Crysis folder.

Then try and manually add to THAT version of the exe.

I think there may be some bad logic in how we are searching for the exe itself.

If this works, then I'll know exactly what that bad logic is.

Sadly it resulted the same error.


Previous location:
D:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Crysis\Bin32\Crysis.exe

New location:

D:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Crysis\Crysis.exe


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Still not working for me.


Original location:

D:\Games\Origin Games\Crysis\Bin32\Crysis.exe


New location

D:\Games\Origin Games\Crysis\Crysis.exe



Other Origin games on the same drive are found just fine.

No answer at all to this?

If Raptr can't actually track games I really can't see the point of it any more. 

Also, as an Nvidia user it also seems if Raptr is now gearing more towards AMD users.

I'm sorry.
There are literally hundreds of people writing in, all the time, so we do a lot of rotation where we are at any given moment.
So.  This unfortunately is a manual adding problem in the code base it seems.
There are two files I'd like you to attach:

manual_basedir.dat

manual_detectdir.dat


I'll end up custom making a file for you to use that will detect your game.  (Or attempting to)



As for your second statement.  How so?




Here's mine


 Replace your file with this one.


 If that one doesn't work, try this one:


OK, here's my copies of said files.

Should I replace with copies you've sent to Dyedfire or wait for others?


As for my AMD remarks was more about the optimization which seemns to be a big part of Raptr now but often is wildly inaccurate with nvidia cards. (Suppose it's their response to Geforce Experience and at least it does try to optimize nvidia).

Was in a bit of a bad mood when I was posting (from work) so apologise for my tone.


Sadly none of those worked for me.
I attempted to close the Client every time I replaced it but we're still at the same halt.

Edit:

From your image:

It looks like your installation directory is: D:/Games/Origin Games/Crysis


happyslayeruk, can you try one and if it doesn't work, try the other.