I started a new small map in 1900. I connected 6 towns with a double rail passenger network and ran buses in all 7 towns. I played it until 1931 and went to sleep. when I woke up, the game crashed in 2128 with a message saying, A problem cause the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.
I have windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit and it has been re-installed over last weekend and has been fully updated. The only game installed is Train Fever along with a few other programs. It is nothing compared to what was installed before.
Yes, I have a few mods installed as well but have had no problems with them in the past. The main mod that I think might cause any problems is the cost_mod. All others are bridges, roads and a train station mod. I forgot I have my new cargo station installed as well.
It all ran fine until 2128 when it crashed. Before this new patch, I’ve had games in the 2300’s without a problem.
I should also mention that all mods were re-installed prior to starting this new game with the new patch. I keep a copy of a fresh install for testing purposes to be sure there is no conflict with older files.
EDIT: I think I know why the game crashes. I have one industry, wood, being used. I looked at it and the industry was producing more wood than was being transported. I added more trucks and a new station at the processing plant so there’s only 2 lines per station and now it doesn’t crash. I’ll run it further to see if it crashes later but for now, it seems to run fine again. So I think the crash has something to do with the industry and the cargo being transported or not transported.
EDIT2: Unfortunately it froze again at a later date. 🙁
I didn’t change anything. I started the new game with the mods installed. I played it until 1931 just adding and changing vehicles. Then I went to sleep and let the game run and it crashed in the year 2128.
I’l just have to start a new map without mods and let it run again when I go to sleep. No biggie.
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