legodano wrote:Hp Pavilion dv6, Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit, i7 2630 qm, 8 gb RAM, AMD Radeon 6770m w/ 1 GB VRAM
Having this same issue, the first time it happened Windows 7 popped up with a message telling me my GPU had crashed and recovered. I changed the settings down to simple and then fastest and it still crashes on the same portion of the cinematic. After third crash it gave me an error log. It may be GPU incompatibility? I have an AMD GPU as well, but I didn't have problems like this in the Toybox. Very strange. First chunk of error log:
d3d11.dll caused an Access Violation (0xc0000005)
in module d3d11.dll at 0033:edf66f09.
Error occurred at 2017-04-11_180044.
G:\Steam\steamapps\common\YookaLaylee\YookaLaylee64.exe, run by Daniel.
56% memory in use.
8140 MB physical memory [3552 MB free].
20139 MB paging file [14667 MB free].
8388608 MB user address space [8387099 MB free].
Read from location 00000061 caused an access violation.
ccb wrote:thanks for the explanation man,i have not that option but i learned something new, i can`t believe still no fix for this issue can`t play this wonderfull game properly, sorry about my english i`m spanish
ccb wrote:is strange that with the many people who has this issue it seems that there is no intention of fix it(not the save data bypass that is NOT a fix) maybe readeon hd users (me included)are ****ed.
edmundo096 wrote:I forgot something important to say and maybe it's not clear on this post (porbably it's the case for some of us).
My system is a dual GPU Laptop, (better known as Switchable Graphics (or a PITA..)) so in addition to my last post:
* CPU: i7 2630QM
* GPU: AMD Radeon 6770m w/ 1 GB VRAM
* iGPU (integrated GPU): Intel HD Graphics 3000
So, maybe the crash is associated with the AMD Radeon 6xxx series AND/OR with the fact of the game or game's plugin failing to use correctly a hardware feature due of Switchable Graphics (e.g. when using Dolphin Emulator, it reports the Intel 3000 HD iGPU two times, duplicated, when in fact one of that "Intel 3000" is in fact the AMD Radeon).
Last to say, I managed to play the game by "forcing" or setting the game to load with the Intel 3000 HD iGPU.
Had to set everything to minimum, and went to 640x400 resolution ! (but hey, at least it worked).
If one has Switchable graphics, after passings the problematic scene, one can quit the game and switch back to the AMD GPU then continue with the good graphics.
Other possible workaround if you don't have switchable graphics could be to load someone else save data.
Obviously this is a temporary workaround.
Tested and worked with the Intel HD 3000 iGPU:
* Quality: Fastest, Resolution: 1280x720 -> Kinda playable, maybe around 16~20 FPS.
* Quality: Fastest, Resolution: 640x400 -> Playable at the N64 resolution... Truly nostalgic.
* Quality: Fantastic, Resolution: 320x200 -> Playable without definition (Seriously this resolution exists? One can't even read the menu texts lol).
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