Fallout: New Vegas Discussion
Sometimes is was from a bug with the Euclid's C-Finder.
[Edited by Aeterna85, 10/27/2010 9:20:15 AM]
Its just the way it was made. Also, that engine is getting old.
i had to work with the main settings a lot with fallout 3 to get it to be "more" stable, prob the same trick here. Esp if you add in mods that effect a lot of things (spawns, items, shaders etc)
ya just expect it..and understand its going to crash so make manual saves. no game is 100% crash free though. just saying.
People can take some general steps though to try and minimise problems on their systems. Making sure all your drivers are up-to-date on your system, such as sound, chipset and (particularly) graphics. ATI and nVidia for example are always making improvements and fixes particularly to target crash/freeze issues and cure performance problems in the latest games. Usual PC maintenance on top of this, including things like disk cleanups, defragging, malware scanning and disabling unneeded/unwanted background tasks, can help greatly too.
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