When I try to run a game with MSI Afterburner running I get "It looks like you're running MSI Afterburner (MSIAfterburner.exe)..." it concludes with the in-game overlay will be disabled until I restart Overwolf and my game. Why is this? MSI Afterburner doesn't even use an overlay by default, I do have one enabled but that's not even MSIAfterburner.exe it's RTSS.exe. Why would MSI Afterburner interfere at all? Even if it is the overlay causing issues it has multiple methods of overlaying to try to interfere as little as possible. On top of this, why can't I run Overwolf with the overlay disabled? I want my overclock and I want Overwolf, I don't really want to choose between one or the other.
At the very least could there be an option to try anyways? It doesn't seem like Overwolf is really trying to run but instead detecting the process and quitting.
...This is incredibly frustrating. I've closed MSI Afterburner now (and the overlay server), I've restarted Overwolf multiple times now, it will not display in Tribes: Ascend (I've also restarted Tribes multiple times). So ... what do I do?
Edit: I fixed Overwolf not displaying by killing Overwolf.exe, turns out clicking the "x" doesn't close it. My question about MSI Afterburner still stands though :3.