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Beard

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  1. It should not, since Steam is launched from that folder, meaning once it launches it will find the local files.
  2. 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 from the AMD website: https://www.amd.com/en/support
  3. There is not too much info in the logs, so we would need to try and get more info or try a few things to see if they work. First, try going to your Steam Library > Right click Project Zomboid > Properties > Set Launch Options > Type -novoip > Start the game If that does not help, can you try typing -nosound instead? This is to check if it is a sound related issue. If none of those help, do you perhaps have multiple monitors connected?
  4. I am not sure I understand what you mean by that, what exactly do you want to customize? The UI itself scales based on the resolution. The higher the resolution the smaller the UI.
  5. Go to C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid and edit the options.ini file, in there you can manually change the resolution in the first two lines.
  6. 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 from the AMD website: https://www.amd.com/en/support
  7. Can you share the latest “hs_err_pid” file found in your main game folder “Steam\steamapps\common\ProjectZomboid” as well?
  8. I would recommend trying in that case, because we have to test if it is a server or a character problem.
  9. Have you tried logging in with a different username to see if that works?
  10. In that case, how much RAM total do you have on your PC and how much RAM did you assign the server? Since it is possible that the problem is there.
  11. Thanks that is good to know, in that case does your friends server have any mods enabled? And if it does, have you tried disabling the mods on it to see if you can login?
  12. Can you try joining any random public servers as well? Just so we can know if this would be an issue with joining ANY servers or if it would be a problem with this specific server.
  13. I would agree with that, though as previously said this would be an effect on how the campus internet likely works, since the admins there may decide to throttle certain traffic, I would only recommend getting into contact with the administrators of the network to look into that, since as mentioned before this is purely a network issue and likely nothing to do with the server you are connecting to itself.
  14. In certain cases the logs will not show which mod causes the error, and your case is like that since it just shows a generic map / item loading error. Meaning you would have to check through those mods yourself, preferably on a new save so you do not lose your progress, or backup your current save.
  15. Have you tried disabling all the other mods and then loading the save? Since that seems to be the main issue here.
  16. I do not see any issues in the game, which I assume is a good thing, though does not help us find the issue. I did notice that you have the Nvidia overlay on right? Since you are using it to record. Does it happen even with the overlay turned off?
  17. Can you share your logs.zip file found in C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid?
  18. Is your monitor plugged into the graphics card and NOT the motherboard port? And can you try setting the game to Windowed mode?
  19. Looks like your graphics card might be freaking out based on the video, is this on a laptop or on a PC?
  20. Try going to the C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid folder and edit the options.ini file. In that file, edit the fullscreen=true line to fullscreen=false Then try launching the game again.
  21. 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?
  22. Beard

    Port 16262

    https://nordvpn.com/blog/open-ports-on-router/#:~:text=Navigate to your router's configuration,the port to forward to. This is a standard way to open ports, it will depend on your router and internet service provider and whether they allow port opening. The host needs to open those on their router for them to work correctly.
  23. Beard

    Mods Save Folder

    You can change the location using the -cachedir parameter when launching: https://pzwiki.net/wiki/Startup_parameters As for mods, you can put them in the mods folder located in the new "Zomboid" folder, which is the cachedir location.
  24. Saves do not contain any mods, they only contain a list of mods to load. You have to install the mods on the game from the Steam workshop and then the save will load them.
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