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Still crashing consistently after 1.05 patch [D3D Crash] [PC]

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I'm still get the "D3D" error after the new patch, and just as often. I've tried near everything to fix it. Seeing that it's still happening with the new update, I'm about to give up.
It happens in 4/5 multiplayer races, often in career mode, and rarely in time trials.
Have tried the following:
- Clean install of latest AMD drivers
- Fullscreen/Windowed modes
- Verifying game file integrity
- Disabling anti-virus
- Windows 10 Game Mode On/Off
- Lowering graphics settings
- And countless other alterations
- Disconnecting second PC display

I'm running the game on a i5-4690k (Overclocked), R9-290 (No overclock), 8gbs RAM
I'm also running dual monitors, one via DisplayPort and the other HDMI (Game is running on HDMI connected monitor)

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same here.. nothing has changed. I'm now getting a strange sound problem.. half way through first lap monaco the sound has started to lag behind the control inputs by about a second? I really dont know whats going on?

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For me and others, after the patch, still same issue, game tries to load a race in carrer mode but still crashes and boots me to the desktop. What a mess. 

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Hi all,

I'm sorry for the delayed response. Are you all on PC?

If so, could you send us your DXDiags and Hardware settings please? 

How to save a DXDiag

In Windows 7:

  1. Click on the "Start" Button.
  2. In the Search Box type dxdiag and press <Enter>. The DirectX Diagnostic Tool pop-up window should appear.
  3. Click on “Save all Information.”
  4. Save the information to your Desktop, keep the file name as is.
  5. Send the file to us at community(AT)codemasters.com (replacing the (AT) with an @ )

In Windows 8, Windows 10:

  1. Press the [Windows]+[R] keys on your keyboard to bring up the Run command.
  2. In the "Run" command box, type in dxdiag and press <Enter>. The DirectX Diagnostic Tool pop-up window should appear.
  3. Click on "Save all Information."
  4. Save the information to your Desktop, keep the file name as is.
  5. Send that file to us at community(AT)codemasters.com (replacing the (AT) with an @ )

How to send us your in-game hardware settings file

  • Browse to your hard drive where windows in installed
  • Browse to "...\Documents\My Games\<game_folder>\hardwaresettings\"
  • Locate the file "hardware_settings_config.xml" and send this to us at community(AT)codemasters.com (replacing the (AT) with an @)

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