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HaZardeur #1 Posted 01 May 2019 - 05:09 PM

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Hi tech nerds,


since about 2 weeks I get full PC freezes while playing WoT which I can only end via a hard pc reset ... it happens mostly during the zoom-in animation after the map loaded. Installed the game new twice, send several WGCheck reports to WG support, updated all drivers etc. etc.

No mods installed for years now, Geforce Experience uninstalled after WG support said that it tend to create conflicts. 


Got anyone an idea what could be the cause...


Win10, i7 6700k, GTX980ti




Edited by HaZardeur, 01 May 2019 - 05:09 PM.

_Patrol #2 Posted 01 May 2019 - 10:21 PM

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Please attach the python.log file from the root game folder.

Attach dxdiag.txt

Ochso #3 Posted 03 May 2019 - 09:52 AM


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Couple of things that spring to mind if you are suffering from what I call the "infinity loop".


There are known reports of soundcard driver conflict woes. maybe try a clean install of those.

The usual SFC /scanow win 10 check. /  disable any background apps not essential to the game.


As you have a K class cpu - are you running an O/C .config?  if yes could you lessen it.


It doesnt sound like a rail on your psu ( they usually give the complete stop) tho there is a possibity of your PC  mobo overheating / not venting enough. Time for a bit of fan and heatsink dusting maybe.. (cpu n gpu temps may be fine but the  board& memory may not)


Flash player updated- remove any non essential usb derived peripherals


Run  a bench mark  programme and see if it generates the same type of hang.


and  steangly enough  check your Mobo cmos battery . it may be flat. thus the dates / times not aligning with servers


On you dusting - re seat  GPU and memory making sure contacts clean


Next up are the  money outlays.

Memory beginning to die / psu rail begining to fail / gpu  starting to decline.

Again running a heavy benchmark  should bring this more to light.



Hope it helps.


Goodluck anyhoo



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