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No Physx option with GTX 460 in Batman Arkham Asylum :(

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August 6, 2011 4:18:32 PM

Last week I got a gts450 in order to replay Batman Arkham Asylum with physx - but the bmlauncher.exe settings gave me no options for it.
so i changed the BmEngine.ini code; 'physXlevel=0' to 'physxlevel=2'
Game ran fine but slowed down extremely in phsx bits, and often crashed in areas with cobwebs etc.

SO

I just traded up my gts450 for a GTX460. Which NVIDIA says should run Arkham asylum with physX.
downloaded and clean-installed the latest nvidia drivers
and still I get no physx option from bmlauncher.


(yes that's my doodle in the BG)

So again, I edited the BmEngine.ini as prevoiusly stated
This time, the game crashed while loading my savegame and gave me a smug eff you:

"Couldn't file file for the package A_physX requested by async loading code.
?int?version.ID.Unreal? ?int?version.ID.local> FMOD: 42200/42200 game
BLAH BLAH BLAG etc etc and so on"

The game runs fine without physX on but I WANT MY PHYSX dammit
so what should i do?
And is there some way to test if physx is working at all in my system?

rig:
core15
8gbram
asus en GTX 460 1gb
Win7

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August 6, 2011 5:16:10 PM

Download and install the patch for the game. Only then can you enable physx from the settings menu. :) 
http://www.pcgameshardware.com/aid,695716/Download-Batm...

OR
http://www.fileplanet.com/205510/200000/fileinfo/Batman...
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August 6, 2011 5:29:18 PM

ahhh thank you... will try this and get back to you
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August 6, 2011 11:40:23 PM

SOLVED!



the v1.1 patch solved the issue.
thank you to everyone who helped!

...my benchmark looked a bit like ass though...
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August 7, 2011 3:27:18 AM

Glad to see your issues sorted out. Now you can mark this as solved.(...maybe give the best answer to me... :ange:  )
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August 7, 2011 3:33:13 AM

Best answer selected by saveme.
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August 7, 2011 3:34:14 AM

sure
how do you mark as solved?
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August 7, 2011 3:37:56 AM

You just did the marking as solved. You just had to click on the 'Select as best answer' in the bottom right corner of the post that was made by a user.
Thanks for the best answer. :) 
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