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  1. Preferably with P2P issues on Hosted servers I would recommend instead loading a dedicated server, since it would have many benefits over a Hosted server. Especially if you have the ability to open ports.
  2. Can you share the latest “hs_err_pid” file found in your main game folder “Steam\steamapps\common\ProjectZomboid”? Since the logs themselves don't show much info, this file is generally created if the crash is graphics related.
  3. Generally if the whole PC crashes due to a game it would indicate a hardware problem, have you perhaps overclocked anything on your PC?
  4. Can you elaborate what you mean by that? And what are your laptop specifications?
  5. Based on the error it seems like the game doesn't have access to the save folder in the Users folder. Try going to your Steam Library > Right click Project Zomboid > Properties > Set Launch Options > Type -cachedir=C:\Zomboid > Start the game
  6. In that case can you share the log again? To see if the exact same error is there.
  7. Did you update your client to 41.76 as well? Since if you had the old version still then you would get this error.
  8. As far as I know this might be a Linux specific issue depending on the Distro and the keyboard layout. Do you perhaps have any non-US keyboard layout?
  9. Can you try using the "Alternate launch" option when launching the game through Steam? If the game fails to start again, can you share your console.txt file found in C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid?
  10. If you have an AMD graphics card then the recent driver for it is causing issues in OpenGL games such as Project Zomboid. I recommend updating your drivers to the latest Optional driver version 22.8.1 or later.
  11. Still seems like its the same issue, likely Java related since as you mentioned you are unable to run any Java applications. I would recommend doing a full reinstall of Java if possible and install the latest version: https://www.java.com/en/download/uninstalltool.jsp
  12. We cannot provide support for pirated versions, and multiplayer does not work for pirated versions, for obvious reasons.
  13. I wouldnt know whether that would be an issue for a Java install, though you can try changing where Project Zomboid saves its own logs if it would be an issue for it. Go to your Steam Library > Right click Project Zomboid > Properties > Set Launch Options > Type -cachedir=C:\Zomboid > Start the game
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