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Need Help with CSP Crashing AC

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CSP & SOL working perfectly for months.
Next day AC crashes - nothing I have tried can fix the situation except deleting/uninstalling CSP and SOL.
Tried fresh AC install, all versions of CSP, all versions of SOL, fresh install of Content Manager, Different Nvidia drivers, nothing changes AC from crashing/freezing.
Nvidia video card works perfectly on the same computer with ACC and all others except AC.
Same type Nvidia video card on my other computer works with AC & SOL & CSP - no issues!
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Mr. Malarkey

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I'm having a similar problem, and tried most of the same solutions - did you try running the game without post-processing enabled? Mine works just fine when it's turned off. But it looks ugly. I started a new thread about it above.
 
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I'm having a similar problem, and tried most of the same solutions - did you try running the game without post-processing enabled? Mine works just fine when it's turned off. But it looks ugly. I started a new thread about it above.
Yes, I can run the game without post-processing enabled - but should be able to run CSP. Very frustrating.
 

Mr. Malarkey

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Sounds like we are having the same problem. Did you move your assetto corsa folder off of your main drive?

I've finally decided a clean re-install of everything, from Steam on down, is the only solution. I'm going to keep my content folder so I don't have to re-download all of my car and track mods, but everything else is going to have to start from scratch.
 

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Yes, I can run the game without post-processing enabled - but should be able to run CSP. Very frustrating.

So, as I said above, I deleted everything and started over from scratch. I put aside my old content folder, Documents/AC folder, and Appdata/Local/AC Content Manager folder. Then uninstalled everything - CM, CSP, Sol, AC, and Steam, and deleted all the remaining folders. Started over reinstalling everything, and put my tracks and cars, and some of my presets (the ones I wanted to keep) back in their respective folders. So far everything is working smoothly.

My only guess is that when I reinstalled Steam and AC the first time after my Windows reinstall, I accidentally reinstalled AC to the C:/ drive, when I had intended to install it to my H:/ (games) drive. Since I hadn't deleted all the stuff on H, there were two sets of files and they were conflicting with each other.
 
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