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EFLC - Game crashes when going back to windows.

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Hi,

 

I have a problem with EFLC and the LCPDFR mod.

My problem is that my game crashes when I go back to windows but when I uninstall LCPDFR, my game doesn't crash..

 

Does someone know how can I fix it please?

 

I've bought EFLC on Steam and my PC can run it without problems (4GB DDR3 ; GTX 260 ; AMD X6 @ 2.8ghz, it already runs Battlefield 4 so why not EFLC? ^^)

For further informations, ask it.

 

Sorry for my bad english, I'm actually learning it at school.. ^^ (I'm French)

 

Thank to all of you in advance,

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What is the error? Out of memory? If yes, it's a known bug. It's not a problem and it won't hurt your PC. 

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It doesn't give any error, I can't go back to the game. In the task manager, EFLC.exe isn't anymore present but it is in the process..

The problem isn't that it hurt my PC lol, it's just that I can't play anymore.. (without killing the process and launching again EFLC). And sometimes, the game freezes and I've to kill the process to exit it..

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Can you kill that process then? The command in Windows would be 

tskill eflc.exe

Run that in the "Run" window or start menu. 

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My first try was with LCPDFR+ELS, but after I removed ELS (to see if it was the problem) and it wasn't. (the problem stays)

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I had (with ELS), but I've reinstalled my game so it wasn't that..

I actually have a clean installation of EFLC, just the LCPDFR 1.0b mod installed.

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