If the crashing happens for you with different PC's, there should be evidence of more widespread issues with other PC users as well. If that's the case, you may find solutions from those users.I'll say yes.
I built a new new PC 3 weeks ago to replace my aging 4770k and 980ti combo. One of the things I hoped, was that rF2 would be more stable with newer components.
I was sadly disappointed. It's totally random, I can load exactly the same car/track combo 5 times and it will CTD on 2 of them as soon as I click race. Very frustrating, 2 totally different PC's, same thing happens with both.
Hi, I'm very new here and a little confused about this opt in/opt out thing of this new build topic. I just got rFactor2 in February on sale at Steam. I'm not a "modder" I have no intentions of modding any of my games. Is there something I'm supposed to do in my Steam account with regards to rFactor2? Or should i just leave it alone. Thanks!
If you rightclick on the game in steam you could select some options under beta
none/previous stable release/release candidate
If 'none' works fine for you - leave it; if you want to help test future releases - choose one of the other
Without "modding" by yourself, you could subscribe to the work of other modders. Many of them make high quality content that you'll enjoy - especially extra tracks. If you don't like them, just un-subscribe again - no harm done to your game.
Except for some con tent giving a update error i rarely encountered any problem on many different machines.
A few times i had ro remove a player profile after a major update.
Been running over 1600 hours of rF2.
If the crashing happens for you with different PC's, there should be evidence of more widespread issues with other PC users as well. If that's the case, you may find solutions from those users.
The one time I had issues with rF2 crashing, it turned out to an issue with my Fanatec Shifter firmware that was the cause (possible corrupted file). I updated that firmware and never had the issue since.
Look for common denominators in your setup. If it happens with different PC's, it may point to other device issues (peripherals, controllers, etc.) being the actual cause (or a contributing factor). It could be solely an rF2 issue but, it may be a combination of factors, perhaps some unique ones in your case.
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