No error log, but Windows Event Viewer is telling me in no uncertain terms that Morrowind is not a compatible application. It's the actual loading of the save which makes the game crash. I cannot access any other program, not even the Task Manager. I just save before I exit and everything is fine. Every single time, regardless of which save file, the game freezes, and I have to kill the process in Task Manager. This version builds upon the 0.
I do have all of them heavily modded, so I assume that some modification I'm running conflicts with the core engine in each game. Well, I've been trying to play Morrowind for quite some time now, but nothing seems to help. These will walk you through beautifying Morrowind with modern graphics, all while still retaining the original games charm. It never really bothered me that much, so I've never looked into it. I am struggling to find detailed guides on how to approach a Morrowind modding overhaul. Made no difference, it crashes on both settings. Have you tried using the Disable Desktop Composition compatibility setting? I would say back to Morrowind, but this is my first playthrough! Both have the same problem.
The problem seems to be with the base game itself. Have to restart the computer. What do you have your sound software set to in the in game menu? When run with the game, it adds extra script functions, allowing the creation of plugins that are impossible or at least very difficult while running the game alone. It causes my computer to freeze for a bit but after a bit I manage to get to the error box and close everything. And, if I start the game and quit, the game also crashes.
For testing and fun I installed the Graphics Extender mod and set the resolution to match my display at 1366x768. Are you letting it save completely before closing out of the game? Do any of you have pointers to Morrowind Modding Guides that are up to date? Originally posted by :By any chance, does the Warnings. I have Googled audio related crashes before, and one I had in Tribunal was solved by me switching the sound option. See, I don't think it's actually corrupting the saves, since the save cleaners never find a problem. That can happen often to everyone.
However, it would not let me disable some of the codecs from Microsoft, so I'm not sure. But nothing I do will get me back to the desktop. If its a base game file revalidating your game files should redownload the messed up files from the steam server. The program still freezes, but I'm running in windowed mode so I can at least get to task manager. Attempts to install the latest version of Dx9 from the Microsoft website have failed me.
Every time I exit the game it crashes somehow. Thanks for any help if possible. This allows you to alt-tab out of game. Can anyone help me with this problem please? Hrm - no issues with that sort of crash on Exit on my Win 7 Pro x64 machine - and I don't bother setting any compatibility options. It may take a few attempts to bring task manager forward though. Obviously this isn't game-breaking, but it's extremely annoying. Below you'll find some great options to help you through it.
Uninstall the game and delete any and all files within the Morrowind install directory Backup your saves if you want to first Then reinstall the game. Posts: 3432 Joined: Wed Jan 17, 2007 2:54 pm It almost never happens to me atm, but it used to happen to me whenever I exited the game while a vampire-related script was running. The game works fine and everything works perfectly and I have no problems playing the game. However, I've seen rumours floating around that this can cause save file corruption. I can start a game just fine, hell if I never died I'd probably be able to beat the game. Everything else about it is running great. The only way I could force kill it was to ctrl-alt-delete and log off, or restart the computer.
Has anyone else had this happen, and found a solution? I've even considered buying it again from Good Old Games, since the copy of Planescape Torment I bought off them works with no problems, but I'm afriad of wasting another £15 on another copy that doesn't work. Hey guys, I've been playing through some of my older pc games as of late, waiting on the new ones I care to try, and I finally got around to installing Morrowind. Those should reduce the number of crashes. I do intend to try Tamriel Rebuilt but beyond that I have no idea what to start with. You could try switching that out and see if that helps. Try setting it to ignore the Morrowind folder This is just a suggestion, I don't know if it will help at all.
I find it hard to believe I can't play this game on a fairly fresh Win10 install. Something like an automatic mirror update, windows Defrag, etc - possibly disk access issues. After all the talk about Oblivion and Morrowind in the past few days, I decided to finally play through the whole thing. I only started having this problem after doing a fresh install of Morrowind to make it stable. Has anyone else had this happen, and found a solution? The only way I could force kill it was to ctrl-alt-delete and log off, or restart the computer.
After ctrl-alt-delete'ing, you can run task manager and kill the Morrowind process without logging off or restarting. But if I try to load a save I always save inside as I hear that saving outside corrupts the save the game immediately crashes, both on the title screen and in game. I do, however, use the Morrowind Code Patch which is compatible with the Steam version - maybe try that? Try running the game in Safe Mode - if it runs then you likely are having driver issues narrowing down which driver becomes a painful process unfortunately : Lastly I also suggest running the Windows Scan Disk utility check the option for Attempt to Fix Bad Sectors and the one for data recovery - it is entirely possible you have some bad sectors. This is especially if the game is modded. I went through all of them, one at a time, and still no luck. Uninstall the game and delete any and all files within the Morrowind install directory Backup your saves if you want to first Then reinstall the game.