Oh, I see. Is there a way I can fix it or does that mean I have to uninstall some mods? --- Tsukiumi <3 PSN: TheLimit32
#4FOOTBALLfan0014Posted 11/18/2012 7:21:20 PM
I have had that happen before, my anti-virus scanned and somehow that took enough resources from my CPU to force-close my game. --- " For things like online passes, make a better game and people wont trade it in." - Todd Howard
#5Yian YanPosted 11/18/2012 7:26:23 PM
My vanilla Skyrim did that all the time (well not frequently but it was a big cause of my over-zealous use of quicksaves). I found it too funny that my game was there one second and without blinking I was all of a sudden staring at my desktop without so much as a screen flash or anything to trigger the recognition of a transition from program to nothing to actually be mad about it.
Still find it amazing how well Skyrim crashes: so smooth. --- DWO - Wei - from Yong Chang
Oh, so I'm guessing it isn't too serious then. I'm new to the game and didn't know if it would be a big problem or something, lol. --- Tsukiumi <3 PSN: TheLimit32
#7geno_16Posted 11/19/2012 6:20:08 PM
I get it occasionally, I just assume it's the crashes associated with playing a game by Bethesda. I've never played a Bethesda game that didn't have random, unexplainable CTDs. At least Skyrim is far better than Fallout 3 and New Vegas were.
If you start getting them a lot, like every 30 minutes or less, then you've probably got a problem. Otherwise it's probably nothing worth worrying about. --- http://img714.imageshack.us/img714/1797/fella.jpg
#8SuperSocratesPosted 11/20/2012 3:32:31 AM
Only had them with some mod conflicts, otherwise game is pretty smooth. --- Ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.
#9pyro_buntaPosted 11/20/2012 6:08:53 AM
1) Recently downloaded mods?
2) What were you doing when it crashed? --- ...if you know what I mean