Connect to a Running Application (Windows* only)
- When you analyze applications from game platforms (Steam*, Origin*, Epic Games*, and others) and IDEs (Visual Studio*, Unreal Editor*, and others).
- To save time on starting up Intel GPA tools when you launch your application.
- EnabledSecure Bootsetting blocks auto-detection. Either turn the feature off or consider starting the application directly from the Graphics Monitor (recommended).
- Applications may crash unexpectedly.
- Auto-detection is only available forFrameandStreammodes.
Auto-Detect Launched Apps with Graphics Monitor
- PressCtrland click the Graphics Monitor icon in the taskbar notification area.
- Click theSettingsbutton in the upper right corner of the Graphics Monitor window and set theAuto-detect Launched Applicationssetting toON.
Attach to Specific Processes
- Turn offAutomatic detectionusing Graphics Monitor.
- Go to the Intel GPA installation directory. By default, it isC:\Program Files\IntelSWTools\GPA.
- Add the application names you want to analyze to theInjectionList.txtfile or add the application you do not want to analyze toInjectionSkipList.txt. When specifying file names, use the wildcard "*" to replace 0 or more characters, and skip the.exeextension. Example: "my*game", "basichlsl*".
- Save the files.
- In the Graphics MonitorSettingsdialog box, turn onAuto-detect Launched Application.
Connect to a Running Steam* App
- Shut down Steam.
- In the Graphics MonitorSettingsdialog box, turn onAuto-detect Launched Applications.
- Re-launch Steam.Alternatively, you can browse to Steam from the Graphics Monitor'sApplication Executable with Command Line Argumentsfiled and clickStart.
- Run an application from Steam.