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3.01 CTDs While Saving

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Since the installation of the 3.01 patch, I've experienced fairly frequent CTDs when saving. For the most part, this has happened immediately after area load, but it's happened a few times when quicksaving as well. There appears to be no rhyme or reason to the crashes and no patterns in terms of area or the like.

 

I've uploaded a .zip file containing the error folder's contents to this post. A link to my most recent successful save is here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/apdd5off9lgguv1/f6532dfa-965d-4d6c-9195-2facfa441cef%20autosave_1.savegame?dl=0

 

I'm running PoE from an SSD on Windows 10 x64, with an AMD FX-6100 processor and 16 gigs of RAM. GPU is an Nvidia GTX 960.

2016-02-23_200746.zip

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Hey Pop,

 

Have you tried verifying your game cache yet? I saw quite a bit of errors in your log, doing so might resolve your issue. In your Steam Library, right click Pillars of Eternity > Properties > Local Files > Verify Integrity of Game Cache. 

 

Let me know how it goes!


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Looks like there were indeed some files to be replaced. I haven't had a CTD in the last few days but on two occasions I had area load hiccups - by which I mean, I'll move from one area to another and instead of getting a CTD, the game will revert to the title screen. The latest save on file will be the last one before moving between areas. Seems like a different issue and one that isn't as frequently or severely irritating.

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