Just an update here.
Unfortunately no reply on the forum but I have fixed the issue.
If anyone is having trouble with D3Doverrider after a Windows 11 update, follow these steps.
- Make sure to close the D3Doverrider.exe process (Check Taskmanager)
- Navigate to the D3Doverrider directory and delete all configuration files (Everything) out of the 'Profiles' folder.
- Start the D3Doverrider.exe which will clean boot the program.
- Add the 3D applications into the D3Doverrider list.
- Navigate to the applications exe directory which you added to the list and in the exe properties tab check 'Disable Fullscreen Optimizations'
Everything should now be in order.
Hope this helps.