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PC Game Crash To Desktop: Rsn - Storm Trail Scenario

Discussion in 'Technical Reports' started by TheShotte, Nov 1, 2020.

  1. TheShotte

    TheShotte Active Member

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    Intel i5-4400
    AMD RX 580 GPU (WHQL 20.9.1)
    8 Gb of RAM
    TSW2 on 240 Gb SSD

    So, this has happened to me twice already, exactly in the same spot. Doing the Storm Trail scenario, pulling into Letmathe station. The game just froze completely both times, then I get my desktop and the Unreal Engine Crash Reporter. I verified the game files on Steam to make sure that's not an issue. Has anyone else been getting this or can everyone play through this scenario?
     
  2. Callum B.

    Callum B. Well-Known Member

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    I just ran the scenario without any crashes in DX12 mode. I will try again later in DX11 and report back.

    Intel Xeon E5-2697 v3 (Haswell like your own), microcode revision 0x43
    Nvidia GTX 1070, Game-Ready Driver v457.09
    4x8GB Dual-Rank Samsung PC4-17000R (2133MHz Registered ECC) running in quad-channel
    240GB 2.5" Sandisk X400 SSD
     
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    Intel i 7 6900k Nvidia GTX 1080TI SLI , Game-Ready Driver v457.09 PLAY
    Rsn - Storm Trail Scenario NO crashes
     
  4. sequencer2k16

    sequencer2k16 Active Member

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    I have tested Adrenalin 20.9.2 and 20.10.1 without any issues.
    Since three days i am running the latest 20.11.1 without a single crash.

    Non working drivers are 20.8.1, 20.8.2 and 20.9.1 ending up in Unreal Engine crashes.
     
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  5. TheShotte

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    I actually ended up going back to 20.4.2 from 20.9.1 (both WHQL certified btw). Going back to this driver absolutely fixed the issue, although funny enough it was an issue only on that scenario.
     
  6. ht-57

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    @ Theshotte,
    While rolling back your driver may have fixed the issue, you are lite on ram.
    albeit I use TSW 2020 from time to time, It is using 8+g's of ram. It would definitely benefit you to add a couple mo' stiks of ram in ur rig.
    Just ask Dr google what happens when you run out of ram.

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