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Kask Daxxe 31. jan 2013 kl. 12:50
Black Screen Computer Crash
Occasionally Skyrim will just turn black, and my computer has to be restarted. Nothing seems to trigger it, it will just randomly cut out. Anyone know how to fix it?
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DerMola 31. jan 2013 kl. 14:06 
I also have that problem please help
The Rock God 31. jan 2013 kl. 14:07 
You can't even alt-tab out, or open Task Manager?
DerMola 31. jan 2013 kl. 14:08 
nope screen turns black and nothing exept the restartbutton works

note: i have no mod or something like that installed, just the normal game
stabbykitteh 31. jan 2013 kl. 14:18 
Are you using the latest audio and video drivers for your system? If not try updating.
The Rock God 31. jan 2013 kl. 14:19 
Does the sound stop too? Or does it keep playing after the screen goes black?
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Kask Daxxe 31. jan 2013 kl. 14:44 
Oprindeligt skrevet af stabbykitteh:
Are you using the latest audio and video drivers for your system? If not try updating.
I'll try that.
Kask Daxxe 31. jan 2013 kl. 14:44 
Oprindeligt skrevet af bu_chengshi:
Does the sound stop too? Or does it keep playing after the screen goes black?
It plays for a couple of seconds, then stops.
Uncle Vitaly 1. feb 2013 kl. 2:42 
What graphics card do you have?
I had it too, I needed a cold restart every time and after a search I found that it was caused by the autosaves. Every time a loading screen started it autosaved afterwards so I unchecked autosave in the options (think there are 3 if i can remember) and now it works like a charm.
Remember to manually save often though.
Hope it helps, cheers
Kask Daxxe 1. feb 2013 kl. 7:10 
Oprindeligt skrevet af Yoda:
I had it too, I needed a cold restart every time and after a search I found that it was caused by the autosaves. Every time a loading screen started it autosaved afterwards so I unchecked autosave in the options (think there are 3 if i can remember) and now it works like a charm.
Remember to manually save often though.
Hope it helps, cheers

I'll try this immediatly, I save with the console all the time anyway, thanks!
Kask Daxxe 1. feb 2013 kl. 8:37 
It appears to be working now, thank you very much! :D
Kask Daxxe 1. feb 2013 kl. 12:58 
Ok, has statred crashing again, but the autosave being gone seems to have made it take longer before crashing.
DerMola 1. feb 2013 kl. 19:02 
Same with my game
Yoda Emperor Conor 2. feb 2013 kl. 16:34 
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=87144366

It's quote of J6M his post, dunno if it helps.
If not maybe your graphic card isn't supported. Does it have enough memory and do you have enough RAM? Have you checked your gamefiles to see if some are missing/corrupt? (right click skyrim-properties-local files-cache integrity)
Does the crash occur in certain environments, after loading screen,...? You can play windowed mode to be able to check your task manager(ctrl+alt+delete) at the same time to check performance (sometimes your CPU will be hanging at 100%) and check the usage of memory (RAM)
If u can locate the problem you can search the FAQ's.
Lowering your screen size and set everything on low might be a good start to see if the problem is caused by anything graphical.
Tealus 2. feb 2013 kl. 19:26 
It's a known issue that just happens every once in a while. What I do is have one button on my gamer keyboard macroed to launch the following.

taskkill /F /IM TESV*

That should force close skyrim, if your computer isn't completely frozen.
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