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Well, just from looking at the few interesting lines I have quite a few ideas what might could be wrong not just with your game but with quite a lot of other stuff, but as I have to trust your reply that "everything is fine": to me the logs don't add up with that statement. If you experience this with arma only the one plausbile cause left is: there's something wrong with your data - either the game files itself - or the stuff you try to load into. Otherwise, if someone would rule out that cause, it's most likely some weird hardware bug, or maybe some of the junk you have on your rig (be surprised by what a simple dxdiag can reveal to someone reading it carefully).All working perfectly fine but only one application having such weird issues? Nah - doesn't add up well ...


You quite obviously didn't got the point at all - but, where should I start?That weird date format in the bottom right corner? A DxDiag representing its OS as english but then lists quite a lot of german? CloneDVD - something used - IDK - about a decade ago? Doesn't really look legit to me ...This list of "potential pitfalls and causes" is quite long about "hmm - I only get this issue with arma but nothin' else". Sure, maybe true, and maybe steam thinks all the files match their checksums and hence responds with "all fine" - but just give a thought: "I have some weird issue" and "all is fine" just doesn't add up. And even with all the stuff provided to tinker around to MAYBE figure what MAY could cause your issue - most we can do is just guessing. And yes, maybe you have some neat new hardware under your desk - but that doesn't mean it can't be faulty. I myself use a bad RAM stick for couple of years now - and it sure does bite me in the ass if I access that very spot which unfortunately gets me back some faulty data - but sometimes it's just a matter of "well, that 0 should had been a 1" and "omg - my system is going haywire". So, why you start that fight? I tried to help - and all I get back is some FLAK cause I throw in a few jokes between the lines cause you're using some not so legit stuff that is known for causing exact that kind of issues you experience? WAKE UP KIDDO! If you ask for help and expose yourself to use some not-so-legit stuff - accept you get mocked for it.


You want some real help? Wipe your drive - get a LEGIT copy of your OS - or maybe even use some FREE unix distro like some debian or slack cause arma3 has a native linux port - and re-test without all that crap ... does the issue still persist? This can point towards potential hardware failure which means your fancy new stuff is about to die. Has the error gone away? Start look at all that crap your dxdiag lists and maybe get rid of some of them - maybe it helps - maybe it doesn'T. But don'T get sarcastic if it'S your sorry ass crying for help cause you can't play your game and someone else tries to help ... that's not what this feedback tracker is - that belongs to the community forums or maybe even reddit. It's a fault with your setup - not with the game itself. You don'T report a bug needs to be fixed by the devs - you don'T face an issue caused by steams or armas internals - it'S not the game being weird acting strange on a perfect system ...


You quite obviously didn't got the point at all - but, where should I start? That weird date format in the bottom right corner? A DxDiag representing its OS as english but then lists quite a lot of german? CloneDVD - something used - IDK - about a decade ago? Doesn't really look legit to me ... This list of "potential pitfalls and causes" is quite long about "hmm - I only get this issue with arma but nothin' else". Sure, maybe true, and maybe steam thinks all the files match their checksums and hence responds with "all fine" - but just give a thought: "I have some weird issue" and "all is fine" just doesn't add up. And even with all the stuff provided to tinker around to MAYBE figure what MAY could cause your issue - most we can do is just guessing. And yes, maybe you have some neat new hardware under your desk - but that doesn't mean it can't be faulty. I myself use a bad RAM stick for couple of years now - and it sure does bite me in the ass if I access that very spot which unfortunately gets me back some faulty data - but sometimes it's just a matter of "well, that 0 should had been a 1" and "omg - my system is going haywire". So, why you start that fight? I tried to help - and all I get back is some FLAK cause I throw in a few jokes between the lines cause you're using some not so legit stuff that is known for causing exact that kind of issues you experience? WAKE UP KIDDO! If you ask for help and expose yourself to use some not-so-legit stuff - accept you get mocked for it.


Remark: Maybe i dindt got you point and sorry for that, i think you are overreacting a little bit because i only asked for help and you assume think and not asked whyRemark: Sorry for my editing of this comment, i was alittel upset and my girlfriend sad, i should make it clear that i am a german guy and not an english person with an cracked win10 from germany. Thats why some files at my systems are german and some english.


Fracture closure stress is the force that maintains the closure of a fractured formation surface [31]. In the drilling process, if the formation wellbore pressure is less than the fracture closure stress, the fracture will be in the closed state and circulation losses will not occur. If the formation wellbore pressure is greater than the fracture closure stress, the closed fracture will reopen and loss will continue. Therefore, the basic principle of increasing fracture closure stress is to increase crack width. The fracture closure stress can be increased by squeezing the strata on both sides of the fracture. Most of the stress can be transferred to the shaft wall, so that the fracture re-opening pressure increases [21]. Compared with the stress cage method, the improved fracture closure stress method has lower requirements regarding the type, size and strength of filling materials, and the traditional lost-circulation materials, cement and adhesive systems, are all suitable for this method. Therefore, two conditions must be met for a successful plugging, improving the principle of fracture closure stress [32]. First, the lost circulation material must isolate the fracture tip from the wellbore pressure to prevent the fracture from continuing to extend. Second, fracture width must meet the closure stress to meet the drilling requirements.


I recently unloaded a bunch of mods from my mod list and now i'm getting status access violation. I verified arma 3 files, repaired loaded mods, restarted computer, changed memory allocator, reset parameters to default, and changed Arma 3 exe privileges. Reading the rpt confuses me because it doesn't really indicate the exact few or many mods thats conflicting or giving me errors. What's ironic, is that unloading mods is causing the crash.


From my experience in modding, changing the load order can or can't resolve errors and crashes. For example, I loaded MCC sandbox at the bottom of my load order, which caused a "status access violation." So I tried to load mcc at the top of my load order, and I got no crashes. My Arma 3 launcher doesn't seem to want to auto-sort mods as it's supposed to do.RPT log _x64_2020-05-28_01-07-38.rpt?dl=0


I am going to do that, but I have mods that seem to conflict with themselves. For example, with chernarus redux loaded I get "Conflicting addon DSHouses in 'CHR\chernarusredux_buildings\ds_houses\a2_housev_3i3\', previous definition in 'CHR\chernarusredux_buildings\ds_houses\a2_housev_3i4\" Potentially also being the cause of crashing. Could this be a RAM related issue? I messed around with a-xmp profiles and with xmp1 or xmp2, I get crashes with the same modlist. On the default ram speed, I get no crashes. I know it all comes down to mod conflicts, but as I said, it seems with the new upgrade of ram I did, arma 3 is more stable when I set my ram speed to default.


Still can't pinpoint whats causing the crashes. Thought I got it down but after removing a single mod, I now get crashes again. I get rid of mods one by one and it just reaches a point where just getting rid of 30+ mods obviously "resolves" the crashes of course. I cleared steam cache, tuned down my ram oc in bios, verified arma 3 cache, which temporarily fixed the crashing but after 20 minutes of gameplay into a newly installed DRO scenario, I get a crash. And then it gets more frequent the more I start-up arma. Here's my most recent rpt I guess


I don't even know if steam validating arma 3 files is doing anything. I still have faction flag PAA's literally missing from contact, even after the verification of files. _x64_2020-06-07_07-18-52.rpt?dl=0 041b061a72


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