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Hammer306

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  1. I FINALLY fixed the issue. Yes!! After days and days of trial and errors, completely rebuild my system, many many drivers uninstall/reinstall, a clean install of everything, and lots of google searches, I isolate the issue to be system memory. Well, the memory in my system was fine, however in the bios they were configured to use the XMP overclock profile. Its seems, F1 2020 does not like this setting and therefor was causing the game to crash at the black loading screen. I am very happy to have fixed this issue. since I updated the memory settings in the Bios to the stock settings, I have not had a single crash.
  2. Thanks for your reply. I hear you about hardware, and hardware checks out no issue. The thing is, this is the only title that I am having issues with. I run other titles, such as F1 2019, AC, ACC, rFactor2, Division 2 and others and I have no issue with these, they run just fine, even on higher settings than F1 2020. I feel I do agree that if this was an f1 2020 issue the forum would be lit with reports and so this is why I am so lost. I guess the last thing to try to to rebuild Windows 10. Thanks again.
  3. Hi all, really hoping someone can help me. I am still having the game crash randomly back to the desktop, without any error message. This also most always happened when I finish a race and is being returned bace to the race result screen. I have not gotten this game to run without crashing for me since release, and still with all the patches. I have tried just about everything I can find on the internet aside from reinstalling windows. I have owned all of the F1 games in the past years and I have never had such issue with them as I do with this one. Is there anyone out there who thinks they can help please?
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    Patch 1.09 | Patch Notes Deep Dive

    Love these Deep Dive Patch notes and the idea behind it, very helpful. Thanks for all the hard work.
  5. Update: I cleaned installed 451.67, removed iCUE, and uninstalled the ASMedia SATA drivers. I no longer seem to have the ECO Dumper crashes. However, I now have a new issue where the game just crash to the desktop without any messages or errors at all, not even in the event viewer. This happens when the game is at the black loading screen after a race event.
  6. @steviejay69 thanks for the help. I will try everything you have recommended. Just so I understand can you explain what you mean by letting the WU/Inbox driver install after removing the ASMedia SATA driver? Also my motherboard is the ASRock Z390 Taichi LGA1151. Thanks again for your help.
  7. I am having the same issue, any help would be great. Please and thank you. 1. A detailed description of the issue: Game crash with ECO Dumper after race result screen 2. Platform: Windows 10 PC 3. What version of the game you are using (Shown on the start screen in the bottom left corner of the screen): 1.07 4. Game-mode?: Time trial or solo championships 5. What are your replication numbers? Minimum test attempts are 4. Please also add EXACT replication steps for us to try too: As soon as I finish a race, after advancing from the race result screen, to move on to the next event, the game crash at the loading screen.I cannot get past this crash and I can reproduce it crash. 6. What troubleshooting have you attempted? Please always try to attempt to fix the issue. Do you have the latest drivers? Have you check your connectivity settings? I have tried almost everything on the forum I can find. I clean removed the Nvidia driver and went back to 446.14. I have disabled all overlay to include Steam. I have tried playing in DirectX 11 and 12. I have made the changes recommended here on this post. I have tried changing graphic settings. 675864-20200813-013159-0.zip DxDiag.txt
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