Patch for WineD3D to set Driver an Description
thunderbird2k at gmx.net
Wed Nov 12 07:55:19 CST 2008
The registry key isn't bad. There should also come a key to override the pci id. By default we will use the table and I plan to fix that one properly soon. I talked about it to Henri and I thought that the name 'Display' is used in several places and that likely we need to get the driver name from winex11.drv (it would need to advertise itself as nv4_disp.dll) but Henri wasn't sure if the display driver name is the same as the name reported by d3d. I think they are.
So the default should be the table but users should always be able to override it as we can never get it correctly in all situations.
> > PS: For Fallout 3 those registry settings should be (or similar):
> > "VideoDescription"="NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT"
> > "VideoDriver"="nv4_disp.dll"
> We have a display driver database in wined3d that specifies the driver
> version to report. We could include this information there instead adding a
> new registry key.
> "nv4_disp.dll" obviously makes problems. Our display driver is called
> "winex11.drv", or arguably for d3d "wined3d.dll"
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