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  1. @Raging_Moose If there was a lottery for weird, rare bugs you would've won it! Under very, very specific circumstances you can view your GUI rendering through the spotlight; normally, the render is invisible and underground. Reporting this in a moment, thanks for the awareness.
  2. Unfortunately, you're likely running out of ram. Disable any anti virus including Windows defender, ensure your page file is set to automatically managed; shut absolutely everything down that isn't vital for Windows to operate. Please be careful with this below: Go into regedit, navigate to Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\The Fun Pimps\7 Days To Die Find OptionsGfxTexQuality , double click, change the number to a 3 if it isn't already; that will set your texture size to eighth. I'm not sure if that would help or not (thinking it's preloading full textures), but worth a shot I suppose. My laptop has an i3 3110m (I think, off the top of my head), 8GB ram, HD 4000 and it runs on half textures and 1024x768, although it has Win 8.1 on it.
  3. @Chery123 your crash dump will be in a link in the bottom of your output logs. However, you're likely running out of ram. You're at 8GB which you also share that with your integrated GPU, which your driver is out of date for that too. https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/126789/Intel-UHD-Graphics-620 You're going to have to sacrifice a bit of resolution and graphics options after updating your driver. Try those out first. I have a laptop with an HD 4000 which, I think (I can't keep up with Intel's nomenclature anymore), is weaker than your 620. It can run the game. So, update your driver, clean your PC up a bit (disable background processes, etc.) and try again without EAC running.
  4. Yeah, Alienware is literally a brand name + cool cases. I built a computer for a friend a few years ago because he was about to buy an Alienware, I built it for 700~ when the Alienware was like 1600~ and I put an actual PSU in there that wasn't created on the side of a road in a sweatshop or something that had a brand name "power supply" lol. Acer, Asus are both really good. HP is, too, my HP Pavilion is a "never gonna die" survivor, just their cases tend to fall apart.
  5. I would stay away from Alienware and tbh you'll do a lot better with a laptop that has a Ryzen in it; they run stronger while using less electric (i.e. less heat) than Intel and cost less.
  6. At the very least, we need an output log, crash dump, and/or a dxdiag report (run dxdiag, click save all information, upload that here).
  7. Uninstall/install a fresh graphics driver to start.
  8. To reverify: Go to Library in Steam Right click 7 Days to Die in your library bar Click Properties Click Local Files Click Verify Integrity of Game Files
  9. Bravo. I also liked how you got him reaching into the car, and idk how you did it but that reverse image of the inventory screen was pretty cool.
  10. Boy you're like me when it comes to issues: either don't have issues or have the weirdest issue imaginable lol. I'm still contemplating; this doesn't make any sense, but since this is one of those issues, perhaps your router just doesn't like the address it assigned your system? Perhaps clear all the cache/table/etc. out and maybe reinstall Steam/your network adapter. Just simple and quick things before reinstalling Windows.
  11. Hi, Thank you for the demonstration, one of the more solid reproduction of this issue I've seen. It's a little different from the other issues related to wonky-camera but this may lead to something. Could you post an output log please as well? Doesn't have to be in a session that this happened, just any recent one will do. Thanks
  12. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\7 Days To Die\7DaysToDie_Data This is where your output logs are at. I haven't seen this yet in SP and only on dedicated servers; were you playing solo? Do get back and throw some output logs up. Sorry it's happening
  13. Ty @Sjustus548, I forgot to update I reproduced it and it's being looked at and hopefully patched soon. I didn't repro that bad of a noise (no matter though), sheesh that's annoying! I couldn't find a workaround for in the meantime.
  14. @Criosdan try sliding the particles slider in the video options to 0% and see if the fps drops stop, if no more drops adjust it to your liking if you even notice a difference. Sun shafts / SSAO can also cause drops). Try adjusting particles first.
  15. I would start by verifying your file integrity through Steam; if that fails delete Navezgane from the worlds folder, delete all saved games, then verify again, then try again.
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