Clubbed to death remix tupac i

Clubbed to death remix tupac

i took a old save game it was 1586 and after 5 year 1591 my game still crash for no reason i try to play with 2 different my own pc intel i5 with 8gig ram with a 560evga gt and my other pc intel i7 with 12 gig ram with a 480gt asus and same is really anoying i made a post on steam forums Yeh same issue, played Takeda, Tokugawa, and now Shimazu all crashing and freezing in offline and online mode single campaign around turns 85 to Done everything suggested, Save game and alter movements etc, Verified GCFs, Checked full control and read in the system and admin, manually ran the secondary installers required, Reduced the graphics and screen resos etc,. May I ask what else can be done but wait. One thing I do is change the money value as I like to immerse into full build as quick as possible, which I havent been able to this be taking affect although Iam lasting up to 90 turns. I have same problem is there no a fixed or a bug?? Have the same problem here too, my campaign crashed around turn 35-40, now i ve started my 2nd and i hope not to CTD again, but from what i read i m gonna be crashed again, damn 20 more turns estimated til I beat my VH Uesugi campaign. and I finally get this. Same 2 clubbed to death remix tupac 2 CTDs with this end turn issue. Ive played Shimazu and now Tokugawa and both times this has happens in the 1560s. First one was about 1568, the other was 1 The CTD happens at the same point of the end turn as mentioned by the initial poster. At this clubbed to death remix tupac Im never going to be Shogun. Theres some good AI in this Hey, hes starting to win, SHUTDOWN the GAME. Its pretty random, all from turn 50 and upwards. Every single time though, I get 2 error messages saying there was an error and needs to close, and every single time I loose sound, in general on my pc. I have to reboot the pc to make it work again. Also I get the same error when loading a savegame random amount of turns played, 2 error messages and loose sound so I have to reboot. All this happens very random, and I have played a campaign through without a single error, ctd or whatever. Ive had the issue only once and that was on my first playthrough. I never considered it a big deal since it was Shimazu on Normal. Since then, Ive saved frequently and often and I havent had the issue. Mobo: MSI K9A2 Platinum AM2/AM2 790FX CPU: AthlonIIX4 630 Propus 8GHz AM3 OC 2GHz GPU: Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 Juniper XT 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 RAM: A-DATA 2x2GB DDR2 800 Case: Antec P180 Silver ATX Mid Tower Prime: CrucialRealSSD C300 128GB SATA III Second: WD CaviarBlack 750GB 7200RPM Media: WD CaviarBlack 1TB 7200RPM I ran into the same problem as well today. I reached turn 50 as the Takeda, press end turn and the rotation will reach the Shoni clan and then it crashes. All times are GMT The time now is 06:20 AM. Forums powered by vBulletin Version 7 Copyright 2000 2011, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. I have to VPN and then ssh from home to my work server and want to run a python script in the background, then log out of the ssh session. My script makes several histogram plots using matplotlib, and as long as I keep the connection open everything is fine, clubbed to death remix tupac if I log out I keep getting an error message in the log file I created for the script. File, line 2058, in loglog ax gca File, line 582, in gca ax kwargs File, line 276, in gcf return figure File, line 254, in figure kwargs File, line 90, in newfiguremanager window File, line 1647, in init screenName, baseName, className, interactive, wantobjects, useTk, sync, use : couldnt connect to display localhost: 0 Im assuming that it doesnt know where to create the figures I want since I close my X11 ssh session. If Im logged in while the script is running I dont see any figures popping up although thats because I dont have the show command in my script, and I thought that python uses tkinter to display figures.

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