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New Turn Crash on Granary Completion

Discussion in 'Civ3 Conquests - Bug Reports' started by Ventessel, May 4, 2012.

  1. Ventessel

    Ventessel Chieftain

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    I'm running a customized Fallout mod that seems to run just fine. I've played games all the way up to turn 200+, and done multiplayer games. All the files are in order and yet every so often when starting a new game I will experience an inexplicable crash (Windows informs me that "Civ 3 Conquests has stopped working") and the program has to be shut down. This always happens at the start of a new turn, but seems quite random. I have had it happen anywhere from early on in the game, to halfway through the second era.

    Can anyone advise? Have you had similar problems running vanilla Civ or a mod?
     
  2. Cyc

    Cyc Looking for the door...

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    Clean up your C Drive and defrag. Add more ram.

    Care to share more info on your system?
     
  3. Ventessel

    Ventessel Chieftain

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    I just noticed your reply, my apologies. I think I ended up killing some background processes that were running my system into the ground, but it worked out alright. Thanks for the advice, though.
     

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