BrandonBTYB

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  1. I am including an email to support[at]systemera.net with the requested information and file attachments in addition to this post. My main save file (the one I have the most hours played) crashes within a minute or two of game play with an access violation code c0000005. No other saves are crashing. This problem occurs whether I use mouse/keyboard or controller. I am playing on Steam. At the time of crash, I have done everything from just standing perfectly still, doing nothing; driving a rover; moving medium storage platforms onto large storage which are connected to large rovers; creating packagers; walking around my base;pretty much anything. The issue can be reproduced by simply loading the save file and waiting a couple of minutes for it to crash. No media or files are attached to this forum post as they have been attached to the email. Those files include a copy of the savefile itself, dxdiag.txt, and a zipped copy of the most recent CrashReportClient log folder, along with event viewer Information and Error output.
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    1.0.9 - Steam - Solar System/Time Stuck

    Just a quick update - this issue persists in 1.0.14 Still hoping for a fix.
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    Day/Night Cycle Freeze

    I have never even bothered to print a Terrain Analyzer, so that's not it. I do, however, have two huge flattened bases on Sylva. Well, as flat as they can get. The only thing I see in common so far is that we both have a lot of hours on the save file in question. This is the first time this has happened to me; all my other saves work fine.
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    1.0.9 - Steam - Solar System/Time Stuck

    issue persists with 1.0.13
  5. Summary: 1.0.9 - Steam - Solar System/Time Stuck Description: This issue only impacts one of my save files; the rest still function properly. The planets are no longer moving in their orbits in the solar system; they are all simply stuck in place. As a result, time appears to stand still on each planet. The sun does not move in the sky (if visible), or if on the dark side of a planet, it is permanently night. Planets and stars in the sky appear to be stuck in place. If I walk or drive, the sun, stars, and other visible planets/moons will begin to move slightly, but they never return to functioning properly and will quickly just freeze in place again once I stop moving. I have dozens of hours on this save file versus only a few minutes up to a couple of hours on the other save files. The save file in question is attached, and I can upload video of the issue if requested. Platform: Steam / XBox One / Windows 10 Store Version / Build Number: 1.0.9 Specifications: OS: Windows 10 Pro | v. 1809 | Build 17763.253 CPU: Intel i7 8700K 3.7GHz GPU: RTX 2080 8GB RAM: Corsair 8x4 DDR4 2400MHz Drive: Samsung 970 PRO 512GB (NVMe) YOUTUBE$2019.03.12-16.41.54.savegame
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    Day/Night Cycle Freeze

    You are not alone! This same bug hit my save today. I play on the Steam version, typically with a controller. When I launched from Sylva today and traveled to Calidor, I noticed the planets were all stuck in place in the solar system. When I landed on Calidor, I was in permanent night time. Even the stars in the sky were not moving. I could see Sylva and Desolo on the horizon, but they were just frozen in place. Every once in a while, they'd "jump" a bit, as if trying to resume moving, but they remained stuck. I traveled back to Sylva to discover it, too, was seemingly frozen in time. I can travel to a portion of the planet that has sun, and it remains daylight permanently. I have now traveled to all planets and can confirm that everything just appears frozen in time, but it seems to stem from the fact no planets are moving in the solar system at all. Edit to add... this only happens in one save game. All other saves are not impacted by this bug.