Durk wrote:For me the fix is to just not play too many turns in a row. I usually exit the game after two turns if I am hosting pbem or playing solo. That seems to keep the memory (or whatever else might be causing the crash) under control.
Colonel Marbot wrote:My experience with this game and when I played it on a windows 8 platform. (Windows 10 runs much better for me).
- go back the number of saved games that the system is retaining. (I usually set it to 6, and when I start my next campaign may set it to 9.
- If you get an error, it may not crash, but it is wise to restart the game. I found that errors would eventually turn into a crash.
- Play the game disconnected from the internet and turn off virus protection.
- Shut down unneeded apps and processes to clear as much overhead as you can before starting the game.
Hope these help.
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