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- May 26 2017, 12:01 PM (42 w, 5 d)
Jun 19 2017
I have done this and so far, it appears to have fixed the crash issue entirely (fingers crossed) as well as making it more responsive and quicker logging in and out of servers. So maybe some settings in that folder have been causing the crash.
Jun 15 2017
Apologises in the delay of update, here are the .mdmp files. Just to update, the stable branch, the memory crashes still occur at random on connecting to a server, or leaving a server or leaving game. More common on leaving a server or leaving game.
Jun 2 2017
This is all i have been able to upload, there is some more but after several attempts it fails to upload.
Files failed to upload are - DayZ.RPT and also all the MDMP Files of what has uploaded.
Jun 1 2017
I have done this now, and that appears to have helped the issue, but occasionally crashes with "memory could not be written" upon trying to exit the server, but not always, i no longer get this when joining server. If it fails to crash when leaving the server it crashes when leaving the game completely.
Sorry, in my original report, the first time my computer crashed, all times after that the game itself crashes and i get the "memory could not be written" error message.
But this is not something i experience on Stable branch, nor did i experience this on the first 0.62 experimental branch. Only after the experimental update on 30/5/17.
Also there was no other changes on my PC on this date.
Also launch parameters i have set are -nosplash -noPause -skipinto
And my PC is not overclocked. Other than my set overclock that my GPU came as, i've made no changes.
May 31 2017
Okay i have done as instructed, upon starting game i still get stuck on black screen with dayz logo for about 1 - 2 minutes.
Now from this the menu screen and server browser works well with no lag, very fast and responsive so this part is fixed.
May 26 2017
I have also experienced this, does not happen on stable, only on experimental on 32b and 64b. Also happens when entering some sheds, placed tents, and some structures. Video setting changes made no difference.