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  1. It is most likely crashing due to your "Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000" which are inadequate for build 41. I recommend following this guide and see if that helps you: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2441122190
  2. Can you try verifying your game files in that case? Steam Library > Right click Project Zomboid > Properties > Local Files > Verify Local Files If that doesnt help, please share the log again after verifying the files.
  3. Question, are you starting a new game or is this crash happening on a specific save file? Just to make sure that the safe file isnt bugged or has been modded or anything.
  4. Hmm from the logs I can see that it seems to crash when going to sleep, though there are no game errors or anything that would tell me as to why that would happen. Can I ask you if you have any antivirus software? Sometimes they can cause issues like this where they check the game files a lot which can cause lag and crashes. If you have any antivirus, I recommend adding an exception for the whole "Zomboid" folder found in "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" to the antivirus, to make sure that it doesn't check the newly created save files that get created when sleeping for viruses, as that c
  5. Can you share your game logs? You need to go to "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" and attach the "Logs.zip" file found in that folder to your next message, so we can take a look at the logs. Additionally, could you tell us your system specifications? To check whether there might be any hardware limitations causing the game to crash.
  6. In that case, can you go to "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" on your computer and attach the "logs.zip" file from there to your message? So we can check out the game logs.
  7. There has been an issue like that before right here: https://theindiestone.com/forums/index.php?/topic/33977-not-about-mods-but-about-mods-pzs-handling-thereof I would recommend following the suggestions mentioned there, though ultimately its just a manual fix, we do not know yet as to why modded maps suddenly don't use the spawnpoints properly.
  8. More info on them would be here: https://pzwiki.net/wiki/Controls#Controller This would be the default Xbox controller configuration based on the buttons / numbering: AButton=0 BButton=1 XButton=2 YButton=3 LBumper=4 RBumper=5 L3=8 R3=9 Back=6 Start=7
  9. Try going to "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" and delete everything there except the "Saves" folder Then uninstall the game from Steam. After that go to "Steam\steamapps\common\ProjectZomboid" and delete any leftover files if there are any. Then just install the game again, there are some weird errors in the console and this would make sure that you have a proper clean install.
  10. The only thing I can recommend is this guide: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2441122190 Your issue is hardware related so there isn't that much that we can recommend other than we already did.
  11. The only other option that comes to mind is going to "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid\joypads" and editing the joypad config files there, perhaps any settings there dont work well or havent been setup properly for the stadia controller, so editing the buttons there could be the answer.
  12. You attached the logs correctly, thanks. Though unfortunately that system will not be able to run build 41 at all. The CPU you mentioned either has a nonexistent or a really weak graphics card and 2GB of RAM is definitely not enough to run build 41 (especially with an integrated card). The bare minimum we recommend is at least 4GB of RAM and a dedicated card (or some of the newer integrated cards, those can run 41 as well)
  13. Hmm there seems nothing wrong in the logs specifically, which means it would have to do something with the settings perhaps. Could you try launching Steam through Big Picture mode and setup your controller there in the settings? After that launch PZ through the Big Picture as well.
  14. On a Mac, the logs are in the default "User" folder, or "Home" folder
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