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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by jimortality, Dec 7, 2013.
What is this and do I need it?
@Jim Brailsford full proc normally means getting your game to use all the cores of your processor, as older games were not created with multi-core processors in mind
I'm not sure if this works on all games (it definitely doesn't work on GT Legends), but it normally works like this:
Right click on your game shortcut, and choose "properties" in the menu that appears. Look for the line that says "Target"
This will contain the path to the games executable file, in the case E:\GSC2013\GSC.exe (n.b. this is often in quotation marks like this "E:\GSC2013\GSC.exe". )
You can see in the picture that +fullproc has been added after what is in the "Target" line. Note that there is a space between the E:\GSC2013\GSC.exe and the +fullproc
(If quotation marks are used, there's still a space before +fullproc E:\GSC2013\GSC.exe" +fullproc)
For programs like GTL you could use a program like RunAff http://www.nogripracing.com/details.php?filenr=27320
Thanks for that so do I need the quotation marks and can I use it for tace 07?
Do you have problems playing?
No, just keep seeing full proc around and wondered if it's something I need to add. My games run fine but I wasn't sure what full proc was.
Also to note for guys who fire up there sim's through the Logitech profiler, the full proc command does not seem to work.
So you can start the task manager and in processes, right click on the Sim .EXE and
set the affinity to all 4 cores.. (you have to do this every time you fire up the sim)