How To Restore The Missing AMD Pre-defined Crossfire Profiles In CCC

Posted: February 14th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Hardware, Tips/Tutorials
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So a few months ago, maybe when 12.10 CAP 1 came out, you may have noticed some of the AMD pre-defined crossfire profiles do not appear anymore in CCC (and you know they used to be there). What seems to be happening is that CCC is falling back to the CAP that came with the currently installed driver, which is located in the system folders of Windows.

This is certainly a problem for legacy users stuck on a driver branch and default CAP made in April 2012. Hawken for example only appeared in later CAPs and you need to tell CCC to load the profile since it doesn’t match the game exe.

So what’s the solution? Might as well overwrite the driver CAP with the latest one since we know that’s what CCC is loading.

Let’s start with renaming atiapfxx.blb in your system folders of Windows: C:\Windows\SysWOW64 and C:\Windows\System32. Just put an -old at the end or something so that you can rename back if there is a problem.

Install the latest CAP then go to its folder, something like C:\Program Files (x86)\ATI Technologies\Application Profiles\. Copy atiapfxx.blb and paste it into the two system folders from earlier.

Restart your system and now your CCC will display the new profiles again.

There was a related bug posted on forums where ALL pre-defined profiles were missing for some users of newer cards. I’m not sure if this method can also fix that issue as I’ve never ran into it.

Last Modified: February 14th, 2013

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