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Problem all AI crash in Malaysia

Discussion in 'F1 2012 - The Game' started by motas, Jun 3, 2013.

  1. Hellou , i have problem in Malaysia in turn 14 all ai casr crash.

    you know anyone advise me how to remove this error? Exist patch for this bug???...

    Sorry for my english

    Tomas
     
  2. have you updated your game to patch 12 Via Steam? i have the same problem, but now with last patch (12) the AI was ok... You can try to rechek your game via steam and then reinstall your mods :)
     
  3. hmmm thanks :) check it out tonight

    rechek game in steam...
    I thought the updates through steam downloading automatically? ..
    How can I dovnload updates manualy in steam?
     
  4. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff

    I have moved the thread to the correct forum :)

    You can force Steam to recheck the files and download any broken. modified, or out of date files, by telling Steam to verify the game files.

    Run Steam > Right Click on F1 2012 > Select 'Properties' > Select 'Local Files' Tab > Select 'Verify Integrity of Game Cache

    This will not effect your career save, but will leave you with a verified, standard fully patched game, and remove any mods installed

    [​IMG]
     
  5. That's a bug of the game. It was the same for the previous versions. Some people get AI flying out of some corners, some people don't. Probably on Suzuka T1 is going to be the same for you.
     
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  6. thanks gays
    I can not find patch 12

    it is interesting that some races do this , and some races not...in malaysia of course
    codemasters would be able to correct
     
  7. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff

    You cannot download patch 12, if Steam verifies your files OK, then you DO have patch 12.

    To check you have Patch 12 :-

    YourSteamInstallDrive:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\f1 2012

    Current game F1_2012.exe version = 1.3.3.0 - Right Click & Select Properties on F1_2012.exe
    game_version.txt = Master Universal.835376 08/11/2012 10:02 - Open file in text editor and check text
     
  8. Thanks....i chek patch 12 and use "verify integrity of game" and now game working properly.

    But when i install patch realism enhancer ... the problems returns.
     
  9. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff

    These sort of things can happen when modding your game.

    You best option is to read through the mod's discussion thread, and if you don't find any additional information, then post about you problem in that thread. The modder, or someone else may be able to help you :)

    I am going to guess that you are using this Realism Enhancer Mod, just follow the link and check or post in that thread

    If I have pointed to the wrong thread, have a look through the modding forum yourself ..... :)
     
  10. hellou the problem still persists

    I reinstalled the game but still demolished car at the same cornering
    Codemaster's still not remedied?

    I feel like the game to return to the store, the angers me to the following condition, many people have a problem with that, but this does not solve Codemasters ... game with the computer on some routes is unplayable (Sepang, Valencia, canada ...)
     
  11. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff

    Sorry, but there is nothing more I can think of that may help you ....
     
  12. I'm not sure this. But, maybe, you ran the game under low FPS.
    Because I never see the issue you described.

    In this game, it seems all calculations are executed at each frame drawing. The fact of better FPS gives us better control of car supports this assumption. And also observed benchmark under various FPS, you can see the changes of AI behavior.

    Check your FPS, and lowering graphic settings. This might fix your problem.
     
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