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ADvorak posted a topic in Bug Reports, CrashesDescription: Backpack printer changed item to a 'yellow dot' and a (possibly incomplete) resin pack. Printer stays stuck in this, making it inoperable and thus breaking the game. Platform: Steam Version: 0.9.2.0 Specifications: OS: Windows 10 Pro (64 bit), Version 1803, Build 17134.228 CPU: AMD FX(tm)-8350 Eight-Core Processor 4.00 GHz GPU: GeForce GTX 760, Dedicated VRAM on board: 4096 GB GDDR5 (on board) Video BIOS 08.04.C4.00.50 Driver version: 398.82 RAM: 32.0 GB (4 banks @ 8GB) Drive: ST3000VX000-1CU166 (3TB HDD) Windows 10, Mouse/Keyboard, no controller I was printing some canisters to shred in the medium shredder (having much resin). Also, general moving around, collecting soil, ... At some point the backpack printer suddenly looked like this: Looks to me (first time player, first game) as if the item to be printed is wrong and maybe the resin pack is not completely full. I tried --- with no success: - reloading the save - restarting the game - rebooting the computer - verifying the files (via steam) - removing the resin(?) pack in the printer --- could not grab it with the mouse - printing that "yellow dot" item --- nope - changing the item to be printed, no joy - digging out more resin in the hopes that would complete the pack, but no effect. Attached: the most current AUTOSAVE_....sav (so you can inspect the game data there), ga_log.txt and ga_log.1.txt (which may be helpful). Unfortunately the AppData\Local\Astro\Saved\Logs folder is empty. And 2 pics showing part of my (now to be abandoned) base with the backpack open. AUTOSAVE_0_2018.08.17-01.38.50.sav ga_log.1.txt ga_log.txt
Hi, My astroneer is still having the issue with the holograms not showing on the backpack printer. I tried updating and even installing and reinstalling, but the holograms won't show. Any help or suggestions?
I noticed when I had a full backpack when I was at a crash site so I thought make something from my back pack to free up the space. and when I printed a beacon it didn't just drop from my backpack it rolled away (life of its own) and didn't stop rolling until I picked it up.