The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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MonsterBrand Feb 1, 2013 @ 5:27pm
Keep getting kicked out
Hey everyone. Every time I try to play Skyrim, I keep getting kicked out of the game (it just quits and goes to my desktop). I've tried restarting my computer. I've tried re-installing the game. And I have also tried checking the integrity of the cache. None of these courses have worked as of yet. I was wonderinf if anyone else has ever had this same issue or if anyone had any suggestions.

Thanks in advance!
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phoenixuk22 Feb 1, 2013 @ 5:42pm 
i've been having the same problem but so far i've not been able stop it from happening
Jewish Bird Feb 1, 2013 @ 5:47pm 
me too
MonsterBrand Feb 1, 2013 @ 6:37pm 
Yeah, I've never had troubles with the Skyrim game up until now. Perhaps it's a bug with Steam (?). Bump!
Roscaria Feb 1, 2013 @ 6:45pm 
Perhaps its a load order or mod conflict problem?
MonsterBrand Feb 1, 2013 @ 6:49pm 
well, I only had 2 mods that I had subscribed to. I took them off and am still having troubles.
DragonSlayer Feb 2, 2013 @ 5:03am 
Ok presuming your PC meets the requirements, as it will CTD if you lack both RAM and VRAM.
Also just make sure those mods are not still on by mistake, check via the "Data Files" ensure they are unchecked. Mod incompability is the biggest cause of CTD's.

You can try...
>Lower all graphics settings to minimum, including LOD
>Downloading the unofficial patch's for Skyrim, Hearthfire & Dawnguard (only download the patches for the DLC you have) - ensure you have these activated in the data files
>If your OC you GPU, CPU, RAM - try running them back at stock speeds
>Update your nVidia / ATI graphics drivers
>Turn off SLI / Crossfire
>Try using only one GPU first (turn the other one off via your graphics control panel)
>Disable anti-aliasing and filtering
>Disable V-sync
>Disable background apps, and turn off your anti-virus software
>Try changing the compatibility to Vista SP 2
>Exit, disable, or uninstall FFDshow (it’s an audio/video controller, check if you have it installed)
>Run the game in compatibility with Windows XP SP3.
>Ensure your PC is not overheating, is it free of dust and have good airflow?

If your still having issues then you should contact Bethesda support
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Date Posted: Feb 1, 2013 @ 5:27pm
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