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  • Game constant crashing


    Summary: (i have no idea what is happening it just shuts the game down, ive reset profiles, made new worlds, made differant maps and the same thing happens and crashes to nothing over and over again, ive changed game versions and it still crashes and dosnt give me an oops msg at all)


    Game Version: (20.5 b2 experimental)

    Platform: (Steam)

    OS/Version: (Windows 10 Pro 64-bit)

    CPU Model: (AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 8-Core Processor)

    System Memory: (32.0GB Dual-Channel DDR4 @ 1499MHz)

    GPU Model and VRAM: 4095MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070)

    Screen Resolution: (1920x1080p)

    Video Settings: (i tried it on everything same thing))

    Game mode: (Every game mode it crashes)


    Did you wipe old saves? (Yes)

    Did you start a new game? (Yes)

    Did you validate your files? (Yes)

    Are you using any mods? (No)

    EAC on or off? ive tried it with both


    Status: NEW


    Bug Description: every time i join a game reset profiles ect anywhere from 0 minutes to however long the game just shuts down no promt or anything just straight to desktop


    Detailed steps to reproduce the bug:


    1)join a game

    2)crash instantly, 1 minute 30 seconds , 5 minutes



    Actual result: (game just crashes to desktop)


    Expected result: (game just crashes to desktop)


    https://pastebin.com/spRrFSQY  C:\Users\Oliver\AppData\Roaming\7DaysToDie\logs GAME LOG

    https://pastebin.com/6UgqKefw C:\Users\Oliver\AppData\Roaming\EasyAntiCheat\85fffb61212b491999cd7fc03eb09bf6\30b9e9e5f58b4f4e82930b3bef76d9e1 EAC LOG

    https://pastebin.com/FcQSXXpa C:\Users\Oliver\AppData\Roaming\7DaysToDie\logs LAUNCHER LOG


    Screenshot https://ibb.co/yy2y3xS

    .csv https://pastebin.pl/view/f896cb83


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    Id guess its about "DDL not found error" in dumped stacktrace (probably best way to fix is to update video card drivers and, perhaps, reinstall game so steam does provide with some other necessary dependencies), but you better expect some staff to answer.


    Just wanna point out that silent game crashing can be the sign of memory being unstable due to overclocking. Had fun time myself playing 9/10 games normally, but crashing in one particular due to how it uses RAM. I like stating this one because its very subtle.


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