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Ring_Tourist_0.97 error

Discussion in 'rFactor 2' started by Dux, May 19, 2014.

  1. Dux

    Dux

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    Is it only me or someone else had error when tried to load Ring_Tourist_0.97?

    The loading goes full and then the game crashes, leaving me on desktop with the game waiting to be stopped.

    Does anyone had something similar or has any clue what i have to do in order to make it good ?
     
  2. Andreas Lündin

    Andreas Lündin

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    I have the same problem....
     
  3. Jonathan Menéndez

    Jonathan Menéndez

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    Last edited: May 19, 2014
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  4. Simon Christmann

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    It think it has something to do with the circuit details. Some textures are missing in some version. Try if you have still ctds with full details.
     
  5. Gijs van Elderen

    Gijs van Elderen
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    I had it too.

    My solution: decrease graphic settings: circuit details and texture details.

    If your graphic cards RAM is full it could cause a crash.
     
  6. Dux

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    Thanks for the advice guys, gonna try out now
     
  7. Dux

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    And this one, if i delete the files from "packages" after they are installed, will that make same things gone or they are installed and those files in packages are irrelevant ?
     
  8. Gijs van Elderen

    Gijs van Elderen
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    Yes. :),
    But I like to keep the package files. If you uninstall something in the mod manager and you have deleted the packages, you'll have to download the packages again.

    Just a hint: I've the rFactor 2 core installed on a main SSD disk. And all "installed content" and packages on a bigger "normal" hard disk. ;)

    But you can also keep your packages on a USB drive or something else as a backup. Just to save some space on your main disk. You can install packages directly from any disk or drive to your PC. Just select the correct "packages" folder/disk/drive in the mod manager.

    Have fun. :thumbsup: