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  • #21536

    airslo
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    my game is randomly crashing, i am sure it has to do with my graphics card, as i am using a surface pro 4.  My drivers are updated.  I can play many other games like EU, CIV and Cities Skylines.  I believe it is my graphics card as the game will pause when I move around, then crash.  sometimes i can play for 30 mins before it happens, but it will eventually happen.

     

    I would appreciate any advice you have.

    also, i cant seem to load any saved games.

    thanks

    kevin

     

    #21538

    Tom
    Keymaster

    Please send us your log files via email: info (at) train-fever.com

    You can find them depending on your Steam installation here:

    \userdata\\304730\local\

    The crash logs are located in the crash_dump folder and consist of 3 important files: the stderr.txt, the stdout.txt and if Train Fever crashed at least one file ending with .dmp.

    Best regards,
    Tom

    #21661

    Petykemano
    Participant

    Hey,

    I’m having constant crashes. When I load the last save game, it always happens at the same day:
    1971. december 09.

    stderr is empty
    stdout sas

    c:\build\tf\steam\x64\src\game\transport\vehicle_util_2.cpp:238: class std::vector<struct std::pair<struct transport::EdgeId,bool>,class std::allocator<struct std::pair<struct transport::EdgeId,bool> > > __cdecl vehicle_util::anonymous-namespace'::FindPath2(const class ecs::Engine *,const class ecs::LineSystem *,const struct std::pair<struct transport::EdgeId,bool> &,class std::bitset<16>,const class ecs::Entity &,int,float *): AssertionalternativeNodes.empty() || assignedNode.entity.GetId() >= 0′ failed.
    MinidumpCallback: dumpPath “C:/Program Files (x86)/Steam/userdata/86297784/304730/local/crash_dump/”, minidumpId “7a184765-9204-4072-a077-08622850e77d”, succeeded 1
    local time is Sat Jun 25 17:43:54 2016

    I hope you can figure out what went wrong

    Thanks!

    Regards

    #21669

    Tom
    Keymaster

    Hi Peter!

    Thank you! I received your email and already send an answer.

    Best regards
    Tom

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