September 4, 2014 at 13:22 #4415IrishdanceableParticipant
Id need help in this Issue : When I start a new game it keeps crashing right after loading screen, sometimes it lasts a second longer.
12 Gb. Ram
i5 3230m 2.60 Ghz
GeForce Gt 740 m
Windows 8September 4, 2014 at 17:31 #4538
same problem here, also the cursor is lagging on the mainstream while mouseover any button.
Operating System: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601) Service Pack 1
Processor: AMD FX(tm)-8350 Eight-Core Processor (8 CPUs), ~4.0GHz
Memory: 16384MB RAM
Card name: AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
Manufacturer: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
Chip type: AMD Radeon Graphics Processor (0x6798)
DAC type: Internal DAC(400MHz)
Display Memory: 4095 MB
I already updated my drivers but no change occured so far.September 4, 2014 at 21:27 #4607
sorry for dpuble posting but may this problem with ATI cards and the game freezing/turning back at starting a new game be based on one of the option in CCC? I recall that a while ago a game had a problem with some oreset oreferences in the CCC just like forced multisample (but can’t remember the game)
Don’t starve had blurry textures without forced multisampling via CCC I can remember.
Beside that maybe a 64bit issue only? As even updated drivers don’t seem to work.
Gonna test some stuff in CCC now, can’t get worse 😀September 4, 2014 at 22:03 #4615
Ok and here we go with triple post
After messing around with the CCC and some presets nothing worked out so I tried some other tricks regarding the graphics and setting the response for the graphic drivers on 10 (decimal) within a new registry entry stops the game from crashing right after loading but leads to a crash a while into the game.
So the issue definitely is an issue with the graphics drivers (the most recent of AMD in this case).
Guess you guys will have to put some work in there again and you should not wait too long with it as Steam community already is pretty upset regarding this (and other) issue/s.
Maybe an announcement on steam regarding issues are known and will be worked on ASAP would benefit your reputation there.September 5, 2014 at 02:04 #4646douglasParticipant
I solved my problem by reinstalling the game. Completely remove the game folder and re-install. Verify game files did not work. Had to really reinstall from scratch.September 5, 2014 at 16:33 #4795
Reinstalling was of no use for me but I tried the latest experimental AMD driver (14.7) together with the raised driver response registry and no it is running but you can’t really call it running.
Stutering as hell, mouse movement is skipping frames and also is screen movement.
Funny thing about it: Lowering the camera to the ground so that horizon is showing lowers the rate of stuttering, the more ground that can be seen, the worse the stuttering gets, even with lots of assets in the field of view, if the camera angle is low, stuttering nearly disappears. On a 90° angle it’s just not playable.
So for AMD users with performance issues, updating the drivers does not help.
Btw what about the devs? I’ve not seen a reply to AMD users of dekstop rigs neither here nor on steam while for nVidia rigs solutions are given.
I would love to see some shown interest for ALL customers by the devs. 😉
(I know, they’re/you’re only 5 guys but Banished was done by only one guy without that bunch of performance issues on release and without even having beta testers to check issues up front afaik)September 5, 2014 at 16:52 #4808mikaelMember
Have you already tried to set the Textures to High in the main menu? There’s an ATI issue with texture compression turned on.September 5, 2014 at 17:10 #4821ApfelParticipant
I have the same problem.. tried everything (Driver update,reinstall,even restart the laptop) still crashes.
Thanks for help.September 5, 2014 at 17:19 #4823
I tried different resolutions, different graphic settings ingame, windowed mode, I also tried to start a new game, save and then load it, the stuttering shows no change. Also, it does not only occur ingame, it is also occuring in the main menu, as soon as the cursor comes near a button, stuttering kicks in.
In the meantime I spent nearly 3 hours of ingame time just messing around with different settings. All in all I tried about 5 or 6 hours of different tricks, from beta drivers to orcing/unforcing different presets and even messing around with some response delays in the registries (which are even with the 14.4 driver and the 14.7 beta driver are needed to avoid crash-on-start-issue).
By now I visited the Steam forums, this forum and the TF-Community forum in search of solutions and yet there seems no solution for this issue.
And as you can see in my first post my rig easily should handle this game so I’m totally clueless by now what else to try.
So by now I’m calling shenanigans on the code itself (maybe based on 64-bit or a multithreading issue).
September 5, 2014 at 17:42 #4843ApfelParticipant
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Works for me now:
compatibility mode; windows vista
Manually select Graphic Card
Good luck.September 5, 2014 at 17:50 #4850
I only got one graphic card and only this one (with the correct ID) is shown, so selecting it manually is no possibility there.
Comp mode vista was one of the first things I tried even before going posting here the first time.September 7, 2014 at 18:53 #5713
Well, now we’ve got build 2341 and nothing changed, beside calling this a “brilliant launch” on steam by Basil.September 7, 2014 at 20:52 #5765VaresParticipant
And another workaround found. For some reason this game wanna use my laptop integrates graphic card instead my default improved graphic performance card (NVidia GT 650M). When I change game .exe file using my default card, game finally start loading and didn’t crash. Hope this help someone else too.September 8, 2014 at 16:36 #6106
Just another WA for nVicia users, still nothing for ATI/AMD users, besides, this only respects laptops but desktops also experience this issue. Besides that, this solution is an already well known and often repeated one.
I think most of the nVidia users should be able to play by now, only the ATI/AMD people still missing.September 8, 2014 at 17:27 #6124mikaelMember
Most ATI/AMD problems are caused by old drivers. We did not yet find a direct issue with the newest driver and an ATI/AMD card that’s supported. We are testing with several ATI cards in our office.
On the steam forums there was once someone who had a problem with his sound-system driver causing low fps. It could be any other software/driver that’s interfering with Train Fever.
As you guessed right, Train Fever should run without any problem on your rig. We don’t address this as done, but unfortunately we can’t focus our resources on a particular system setup with fps issues. If the next release note contains performance changes and you’re still having low fps, we would appreciate when you’re still keeping us informed about your problem.
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