I regularly keep getting the nvidia "nvlddmkm" crash occuring every 2 or 3 hours or so. The only other time this happens is when I'm playing FFXIV, and *ONLY* when I try to use higher graphic options. If I turn down the graphical options to low settings in FFXIV (for example, shadows) hey presto the problem disappears.
My computer seems to continue to run (I can hear the sounds of the game running), but the error causes my plug'n'play LG monitor to switch off, indicating it isn't receiving any signals. The only way I know how to fix this is to reset/reboot my PC using the power button as nothing else will get the monitor to switch back on.
Yes, my gtx460 drivers are up to date.output_log.txt
With your game having 2D cartoonish characters I wouldn't think there would be much draw on my little old gtx460.
I tried to adjust the graphics settings anyway, but the only options available are fullscreen y/n (yes), resolution (1920x1080 - my display's native resolution), and UI Scale (set to 100%)
Btw, I've also noticed that on rare occasions I get some graphical objects sticking around on screen long after the colonist has finished doing the job for which the graphical object was used.
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