You need to re-install fresh, make sure to delete all your old kenshi folder first (or it wo), and back up your saves.Since updating, the game crashes shortly after everything is loaded. It happens even if I start a new game.
Its a problem with nVidias Optimus driver stuff. To fix this, you need to go into the nVidia control panel and add the game there. Once the game is added, you need to explicitly set it to use the nVidia card instead of Intel as that's not the default setting when you add a new game.I have a laptop with 2 video cards. At startup the game only recognises the crappy onboard card, but does not list the good one.
Same if you have the problem with an ATI card, you need to add kenshi in the ATI Catalyst Control panel.
OR, this is how i fixed it without optimus installed, using just the NVIDIA control panel:
Don't worry, the launcher is lying. If you did the fix shown above then the game will run using your nVidia card.I tried the nVidia control panel thing you said, but the kenshi launcher still only shows my crappy Intel card
orWhen I press OK on the config screen, another config screen pops up, then crashes when I press OK again
This is some kind of file mix-up error. You can fix it by doing a fresh install. Make sure to delete the whole kenshi folder first, then install. You can backup the SAVE folder first if you want to protect your savegames.Since updating, the game crashes when I try to start/import load a new game on the titlescreen
1st, Make sure you didn't install in any kind of windows /Program Files/ folder. Windows likes to break games in the program files folders.the game doesnt run at all, or it crashes after I click OK in the config window
2nd, try running the game as Administrator. If you have steam version, go to the local game files, find kenshi_STEAM.exe and right click->run as administrator.
3rd Make sure you actually have a PC capable of running games. You don't need a great videocard, but its not going to run if you have a stone-age video card or a cheap on-board intel card. It needs at least pixel shader 3.0 and vertex shader 3.0
We're currently working on a 64-bit version of Kenshi that should fix this.I get a "Super Crash" very regularly, and it makes the game unplayable!
This problem is something to do with Desura. Run the kenshi.exe directly from the folder instead.I get an error when trying to run the game from DESURA:
"There was an error during the MCF install process and it has been stopped.
The tool Visual Studio Redist 2010 x86 failed to install (Bad result) [37.0]"
It is likely your graphics card can't support the game. You need vertex and pixel shader support. This is often a problem with non-gaming laptops.I can get to the opening screen, but the New Game option instantly causes a crash
OR if you updated from an old installer (0.22.0) it can cause this. Download the latest installer and re-install.
You have to install directX9. Directx11 doesnt count, its a separate thing. Go to the kenshi/dependencies folder for an installer.The game crashes right after I press OK in the config window
If that doesn't work, update your graphics card drivers.
-1st try "verify files" to make sure the game installed properlyDesura crashes when I try to launch the game
-Then make sure you install the physX and directX from the dependencies folder.
-Then try running the game direct from the install folder, instead of desura.
-Try running _core.exe as administrator
Try turning the shadows off in the options. If that doesn't work, try entering any building, that often clears it up for the rest of the gameplay session.All the terrain is garbled like this:
Also make sure your graphics card drivers are totally updated.
The main fix for this is to update your video card drivers.The terrain is invisible, or I get holes in the terrain, like this:
People have also reported different solutions.
-one guy fixed it by turning on vsync
-another fixed it by running in windowed mode
-another fixed it by switching off anti-alias
If you still can't fix it, start a new post in this forum.
Make sure you set the color depth to 32 bit, not 16 bit.It crashes when I enter a building!
It reaches the character creation screen then crashes!
It seems to be some kind of video card issue. Try updating to latest drivers. If that fails:
Go to the options and set "No Terrain Cutting". You will find some building interiors now have terrain overlapping them inside, sometimes obscuring things. But at least it wont crash.