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6/17/2022 2:58:37 PM
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Hi. Thanks for your report. The next time the game crashes, could you link me to your DxDiag? To find this information: [quote]• Press (Windows Key + R) to bring up the Run dialog box, enter this command “dxdiag” without quotation marks. • Click on “Save all information”. • Copy the text and use a text dump website (i.e. [url=http://pastebin.com]PasteBin.com[/url]) to paste the information. Please don't use Google Drive. • Create a link and post it here.[/quote]
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  • https://pastebin.com/T8K1xwca here is a paste bin with everything

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  • In addition to what Dante and Superpants said, you are also are receiving the Windows error "AppHangB1". Here is some information which may help: [quote]- Try disabling or not running any GPU utilities such as MSI Afterburner or EVGA Precision - Setting Destiny 2 and Steam to "Run as Administrator" - Setting an exception to your antivirus and removing Windows Firewall - [url=https://appuals.com/apphangb1-error/]Here is an article[/url] which shows steps that might help you - You may also want to update your OS and drivers. - Finally, here is a [url=https://www.google.com/search?q=AppHangB1]link to Google Search[/url] that may offer some solutions that you can find to potentially solve this issue. [/quote]

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  • Hi there! Your DxDiag report is logging LiveKernel Events, with the code 144. This normally indicates an issue with your graphics card. Please try updating your driver from the GeForce Experience app. I recommend performing a clean installation of the driver when you do. Please note that performing a clean installation will reset any changes you made to the nVidia Control Panel. Please take note of these changes before you perform this.

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  • The issue is with the most recent driver update for the GPU, rolling back to the previous version resolved the issue for me.

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