Emulator Issues #9270
Crash to Desktop, seemingly random but mainly during loading [transitions] screens
Game Name: Xenoblade Chronicles [Wii[
Game ID: SX4P01
MD5 Hash: 7a8ab73269be9a81a8fac07d2e9c5edb
What's the problem: Game crashes to a black screen with the mouse cursor appearing. Audio glitches, continuous stuttering. ALT+TAB to desktop shows error report:
DX11: TextureCache:CreateTexture failed in Texture Cache.cpp at line 175 Creature texture of Texture Cache
What steps will reproduce the problem: Not possible. Seemingly happens at random. First, second and third time happened as a loading screen appeared whilst transitioning to another area. The fourth and fifth times happened when I closed the in-game menu after changing equipment for ~5 minutes.
Which versions of Dolphin did you test on: Dolphin 4.0-8640
What are your PC specifications: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, i5-4670 @ 3.40GHz, 8GB RAM & GTX 980 4GB
Is there any other relevant information:
Internal Resolution @ 3x Native
AA @ 2x SSAA
AF @ 1x
Scaled EFB Copy checked, rest unchecked
Will switch to 2x MSAA and see if that resolves it as I read somewhere it could be a resource issue.
#5 Updated by LordEnglish over 5 years ago
Played successfully with no AA for approx. 2 hours. Game just crashed though. It froze whilst my party where in battle; the screen stayed frozen on the game and the audio also froze and, I assume, kept playing the same second of sound (which sounded like fuzzing). I pressed ESC and quit the program. Dolphin then crashed (which it tends to do on exit of any gaming session, though not 100%) and I got the error:
The instruction at 0xfa022f56 referenced memory at 0xf18ce058. The memory could not be read.
Click on OK to terminate the program.
Not sure if it is relevant but I'll post what programs I was running during the game session:
Realtek HD Audio Manager
Sound Blaster Cinema
Avast! Free Antivirus
Corsair Gaming Software
ROCCAT Kone XTD
MSI Command Center
Intel Smart Connect Technology
MSI Fast Boot
Killer Network Manager
EVGA PrecisionX 16 Server
EVGA PrecisionX 16