A dumb question
I have on my desktop screenshots from Skyrim, every 10 seconds they are changing (a slide show). Is it possible, that my game CTD every 10-15 minutes because of that? I have a Nvidia GeForce 560 GTX
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Fayde1 Jun 4 @ 8:34am 
Steam issues again - Probs here too
Fa Kju Tooh Jun 4 @ 8:37am 
I don't think so. When I played an unmodded Skyrim months ago I also had a slide show going on, never had a single CTD. Now I play without a slide show going on but with a modded Skyrim, and I CTD a lot. Must be the mods.
Originally posted by Varth Dader:
I don't think so. When I played an unmodded Skyrim months ago I also had a slide show going on, never had a single CTD. Now I play without a slide show going on but with a modded Skyrim, and I CTD a lot. Must be the mods.
Last week everything was fine, it started suddenly. Launched LOOT several times, deleted last added mod I added 1 week ago, still CTD after 10-15 minutes
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Jun 4 @ 11:44am 
So, you are running other programs in the background while playing Skyrim?

End them. See if your game stops crashing

>_>
well, i have CTD's, while i added my last mod 1 week ago, i was just curious. it is obvious yes what you say Master Dan
Smile n Fire Jun 4 @ 12:08pm 
Originally posted by KL Master Dan StormCats:
So, you are running other programs in the background while playing Skyrim?

End them. See if your game stops crashing

>_>


Originally posted by S.H. Powerwolf:
well, i have CTD's, while i added my last mod 1 week ago, i was just curious. it is obvious yes what you say Master Dan
How come everytime i have tried to tell someone this I get pooped on. i get"I have lots of memory,I play other games fine, and blah blah blah."
Master Dan says it and "oh you are right its obvious". its not right. Master Dan you just may be a master. you're not using jedi mind tricks, are you?
Originally posted by Smile n Fire:
Originally posted by KL Master Dan StormCats:
So, you are running other programs in the background while playing Skyrim?

End them. See if your game stops crashing

>_>


Originally posted by S.H. Powerwolf:
well, i have CTD's, while i added my last mod 1 week ago, i was just curious. it is obvious yes what you say Master Dan
How come everytime i have tried to tell someone this I get pooped on. i get"I have lots of memory,I play other games fine, and blah blah blah."
Master Dan says it and "oh you are right its obvious". its not right. Master Dan you just may be a master. you're not using jedi mind tricks, are you?
i am not pooping on you, if you would tell me the same as Master Dan told me, you would get the same answer of me :)
Smile n Fire Jun 4 @ 12:11pm 
So, you are running other programs in the background while playing Skyrim?

End them. See if your game stops crashing
Originally posted by Smile n Fire:
So, you are running other programs in the background while playing Skyrim?

End them. See if your game stops crashing
well, i have CTD's, while i added my last mod 1 week ago, i was just curious. it is obvious yes what you say Smile n Fire
Smile n Fire Jun 4 @ 12:13pm 
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Theoran Jun 4 @ 12:14pm 
A better question would be, are you running the memory fix version of SKSE or using the SSME and stable ugrids to load mods?

How much RAM is being used to run the slide show?
Originally posted by Smile n Fire:
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no problem: i see you many times reacting on peoples threads, and i have many respect for you and as for Master Dan for helping others out. People like you and him are a great help for others. Thnx for that to you both
Originally posted by Theoran:
A better question would be, are you running the memory fix version of SKSE or using the SSME and stable ugrids to load mods?

How much RAM is being used to run the slide show?
o thats a good question: i dunno how much RAm its using, i did turned it off, because every little bit could be too much
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