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  1. Ok, @steviejay69, thank's for the advice. But... I run f1 2020 with any problem using 16GB DDR4 RAM and ssd in my computer with no swapfile 😉 . Lot of posts recommend config swapfile to 0 to get a longer life in ssd hard drives. I'm using this configuration since years, playing a lot of games, without problem. I didn't suspect this could crash f1 2021. I'll consider this in the future if i have any troubleshooting 😉 Thank's, guys!
  2. Hi! I don't want to claim victory but it seems that I've found a solution that works for me at the moment: virtual memory. Upgrading to windows 21H1 hadn't worked (same crashes), and before doing a clean installation (which didn't convince me much because I have almost 40 other games including f1 2020 that i can play perfectly, and it's really "painfull" to install all the games and preferences ), I've been looking at weird things that i could have in my system from a clean installation. Looking at the configuration of virtual memory I have seen that (as i have ssd hard drive) i tu
  3. Ok, i'll try to update to 21H1 and ssd firmware. I use a 512GB ssd for system, and 1TB for game files. Thank's for your support.
  4. @1512marcel what version of windows 10 64 bits are you using? I'm starting to suspect the problem can be 20H2 compilation...
  5. The crashing has stopped turning off async compute and tunning medium/high graphics configuration. Using high/ultrahigh configuration the crashing continues, but at least i know how i can play without crashing (althought i've less quality than f1 2020). At least in races i've tested, but i've not tested the entire mode games (multiplayer, etc...).
  6. Ok, attached .zip (yesterday i didn't get egodumper.log either .zip, but today i've get both... egodumper mistery😁). 794921-20210721-101736-0.zip egodumper.log
  7. Ups, the files (now attached), sorry. dred.txt info.txt hardware_settings_config.xml hardware_settings_info.xml
  8. Good evening. @1512marcel thank's for your effort, i understand your comments (i work in a IT department ;-), no problem. @RedDevilKT thank's for your comments. I've disabled async computing and i see that game don't crash if i tune medium/high configuracion in graphics. At least i've race different circuits and cars and no crash. Perhaps that's the main problem. If i put ultrahigh configuration, the game directly crash with no egodumper.log, just the files i attach. Thank's both for your support!
  9. Ok, @1512marcel With due respect, I will continue to blame the game because this is the first time that I have had so many problems in a game where, according to the requirements table, i can play. I can understand that the game in my computer could run slow or with less quality, but what i can't accept is that a game of more than 50 euros constantly crashes on a pc in which I have more than 40 games purchased, with high graphic card requirements and i cant play all of them without any problem . Don't mind. Hopefully the information I send you will help you find the problem. I send y
  10. A detailed description of the issue When i try to play a race, f1 2021 crash and ego dumper appears. Report Code No report code because f1 2021 crash and system go to Windows 10 desktop. Sometimes report code TTSA-BHRM-PCHJ-PBHE appears in the main menu. Platform? PC Game-mode All. [ONLINE] The amount of players in your session? If you know the players forum username, please tag as many people who were in your session here N/A [ONLINE] Were you the host? N/A What troubleshooting have you tried? Please list
  11. Same problem here. It's very disappointing first time i try play a game it doesn't work. F1 2020 works fine. Windows 10 64 bits 20H2 updated, all drivers Nvidia updated. Doesn't matter if you try low effects or ultra high effects, etc.. We hope a patch a.s.a.p.
  12. Thank's FrankThe599Th, it worked for me! I used the 0x00000A00 value (to activate both TLS1_1 and TLS1_2) in DefaultSecureProtocols key of both: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\WinHttp HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\WinHttp I also enabled TLS1_1 and TLS1_2, and disabled TLS1_0 and SSL2_0 in registry keys of: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings
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