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Beard

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  1. Could you upload the console.txt file found in " C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" right after the crash? You can also upload the "logs.zip" file for further information.
  2. Can you try verifying your game files? Steam Library > Right click Project Zomboid > Properties > Local Files > Verify Local Files If that doesn't work, try reinstalling the game completely, it seems like the file could have gotten corrupted somehow, which is preventing the game from starting.
  3. Have you tried following this forum post as well? https://steamcommunity.com/app/108600/discussions/0/1642041886384669880/ I also recommend deleting everything in the "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" folder, as this will reset all your settings to default, so when you turn off the DPI for the game it can reapply the new settings. If that still wont work, you can edit the "options.ini" file in the Zomboid folder and turn on Windowed mode, which should work. And through windowed mode you can then apply the resolution you want in your game options (or you can just change the resolution in the "options.ini" file and turn on fullscreen mode)
  4. Can you attach the "console.txt" file found in "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" right after the game crashes? Just attach it to your next message, it should contain those error logs and we can have a look at them.
  5. Can you try making sure to update your graphics drivers to the latest version? This should be the driver website where you can download them: https://www.amd.com/en/support/previous-drivers/graphics/amd-radeon-r5-series/amd-radeon-r5-400-series/amd-radeon-r5-m430
  6. Could you share your console log from the crash? Just try to load the game again and have it crash, and right after that go to C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid and attach the "console.txt" file from there to your next message. We can then have a look at what might be crashing the game.
  7. Try going to "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" and delete the "options.ini" file. Then when the game starts again it will let you choose the localization. Try picking Russian there and see if that works.
  8. Has it only disappeared in the latest 41.36 version? Have you tried restarting your computer or unplugging and plugging back in your headphones / speakers?
  9. Unfortunately with this error I don't have many other recommendations at this time. The game cutting off and crashing like this on build 41 is mainly tied to the integrated graphics card. Either it not being able to handle the game due to settings set high or the driver version being low, updating it helped most people with this specific issue. I could recommend trying to reinstall the driver to see if there is anything wrong with it, even though reinstalling integrated drivers can be difficult as to not lock yourself out of the computer, I believe doing it using safemode is recommended? Or using the third party Display Driver Uninstaller to do it and then install the latest driver again.
  10. I don't really see any error there that can cause the game to crash. Most errors there can be ignored as they happen in any game. Though it does seem like the driver for the graphics card is not up to date. It shows the build version being 10. Though the latest one is 15. You can find and install the latest driver from here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/81499/Intel-HD-Graphics-4000
  11. Hm, I would probably blame it on the Intel HD Graphics 4000, though it depends on the version of the game that you are playing. The beta version of the game has crash issues with integrated graphics cards because of the graphical improvements. The only suggestions I would have are the ones that you already tried, making sure that the drivers are up to date and lowering all settings so the game doesn't crash. I would also recommend closing any background programs that you have, to free up as much RAM as possible. Other than that, you could send us your "console.txt" file found in "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" and we can see if there are any other errors crashing the game.
  12. Can you try making this bug happen again and then copy the console log here? Right after the game crashes, go to C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid and attach the "console.txt" file to your next message. It would give us the logs from the last game that you played, so we can check for any errors that might have caused the crash.
  13. This specific error message can be fixed by going to "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" and deleting the "logs.zip" file. Can you try doing that, launching the game and checking if the game works with Steam after that?
  14. From the logs it looks like you might have an outdated graphics card driver, can you make sure to download the latest drivers from the manufacturers website? The latest driver should be version 26, your version is 20. Having an outdated driver can cause crashes like these.
  15. Are you force-closing the game in any way? (Alt + F4 or just Clicking the X mark to close) And are you using any mods?
  16. Yeah it should be fine if it works in the 32 bit version, since that version is a bit less demanding on RAM and the graphics.
  17. Are you using any mods on the server? And did you change any of the server settings from the default (that could affect vehicles)?
  18. Can you make sure to download the latest drivers for your graphics card? It is usually the cause of crashes in the latest beta build with Intel cards. I can also recommend lowering some of the settings in the options, though updating should be good enough in your case. Link to your driver: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/88355/Intel-HD-Graphics-520
  19. Can you tell us what graphics card you use and how much RAM your computer has?
  20. Try going to "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid\Saves\Multiplayer" on your computer and there you will see two folders. One is named servertest and one servertest_player. Go into both of those folders and move or delete the "map_ver.bin" files from them and then try starting the server up. That file could have possibly gone corrupted and deleting it will allow the server to create a new one, so you wouldn't have the version error.
  21. Try going to "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" on your computer and delete the "lua" folder there.
  22. Try going to "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" and upload the "console.txt" and "logs.zip" files from there. You can just attach them to your next message, they contain useful information and we can check what exactly causes the problem.
  23. Can you make sure that your graphics drivers are up to date? It is a common problem for build 41, especially for integrated Intel graphics. This should be the link for your graphics card to download the latest drivers: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/81496/Intel-HD-Graphics-4600
  24. Go to "C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid" and delete the "lua" folder, that should fix this.
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