never. look to your rig.
please enlighten us with a technical explanation of how my i7, gtx580, ssd storage, all drivers updated rig is the reason for daily bugs in this game. Yesterday I crashed at least 30 times, and I get random loading screens aswell (often infinite ones that require me to terminate the process).
Tell me, is my rig responsible for me logging in finding myself dead next to the Mournhold wayshrine aswell? (happend yesterday)
I've worked with computers for years, but maybe you can teach me something new,
or is it just a clueless assumption?
Within 19 years of gaming, ESO is the most buggy experience I've encountered I'm afraid. Theres not enough space on forums to write down all the bugs I encounter. Still love the game..
How much RAM do you have? What are your virtual memory settings and how full is your hard drive? If you have your virtual memory set to an amount that is close to, or less than the amount of available space on your hard drive, you will see crashes. Likewise, if you only have like 2GB RAM, no matter how good your Video Card and CPU are, you're going to be topping out and most likely crashing.
8 GB ram, more then enough to run memory eating ESO. Virtual Memory is set to standard windows settings, haven't touched it. I have 2 SSDs and 2 HDDs, none filled. Should be enough for automatic Virtual Memory settings to work with if ever needed.
you mean virtual memory amount set to higher then free storage space may cause problems right?
Which SSD are you using? I'm running a Samsung 840 Pro with the Samsung Magician program to handle OS settings/adjustments with the SSD. Do you have any form of manufacturer tools/programs installed to assist with something like this?
@LEGENDARYYY - Have you had time to review my post from earlier?