[1.0.0] Factorio's first ever crash

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Lente Ui
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[1.0.0] Factorio's first ever crash

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I just made an account here to report the very first time Factorio has crashed on me. I've been playing off and on since 0.15 I think, Factorio has never crashed on me before.
I've attached the .log file.

At the moment of the crash I was lining up a blueprint (advanced circuits, 216 machines). It wasn't at the moment of the creation of the blueprint (CTRL-V), I was lining it up, so a few seconds after. This probably means that the crash has little to do with having that blueprint out.

Not running any mods.

Other stuff open at the time:
- Steam in systray
- Chrome browser, 2 tabs, on a 2nd screen.
- VLC player
- nVidia thing in the systray
- Dropbox (not showing in systray, but it's listed by taskmanager)
- Whatever Windows 10 is doing in the background
- Otherwise an empty systray, I try to keep a reasonably clean system.

I must note that my current system (new last Feb) isn't as stable as my old system. I get occasional crashes, usually when browsing Reddit. When that happens usually the browser tab crashes, but on rare occasions I get a full on bluescreen with an attempt to write to ROM (really weird). It's probably something that doesn't mesh between chrome and my system. Opera does it too (also on chromium I believe?). Never had this on windows 7 Pro and my old hardware. Taskmanager does list the Google Crash Handler, meaning I've had a chrome tab crash on me before I started playing Factorio. So I suppose there is a chance that Factorio crashing was caused by outside factors, given that not everything is running perfectly stable.
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Re: [1.0.0] Factorio's first ever crash

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If you have occasional crashes in unrelated software, maybe your RAM is faulty. You could try checking via https://www.memtest.org/

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Re: [1.0.0] Factorio's first ever crash

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valneq wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 6:02 pm
If you have occasional crashes in unrelated software, maybe your RAM is faulty. You could try checking via https://www.memtest.org/
It could also be the Ryzen CPU issue; or an unstable overclock.
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