(09-23-2010 02:00 PM)Urkle Wrote: can you send me the save game file and what you did to recreate the crash?
Also, is your laptop overheating at all?
I've attached the save game the log says it loaded. I didn't do anything in particular to recreate the crash; just walking around solving the puzzles in the area.
The fans were working quite a bit, but that's only natural when running a 3D game. One of the times it froze, the computer casing was quite hot (that's also pretty common for a i7 MBP), but when the last freeze occured I hadn't been playing for long (just a few minutes), so the computer didn't feel warm at all. It was on a flat surface & the vents were not covered in any way.
I don't have any fan or temperature surveillance installed on this computer, so I can't give you any exact information on the heat status inside the case though.
Ah, the save-file was to large to attach.. It can be downloaded here instead:
I installed SMC Fan Control to keep track of the temperature, and switched to running in windowed mode (I've always played in fullscreen before) to see the menu bar with fan info. Otherwise I kept the same settings, but increased from Medium detail level to High (I had lowered to Medium before to see if that helped against the freezes, which it didn't).
I experienced no freeze, and the temperature kept between 65-85° Celsius, with one peak in the beginning of about 98°, which triggered the fans to go up to around 5000-6000 rpm for the rest of the session (and kept the temperature down).
I did however manage to make Amnesia crash by playing for a while and then trying to load the saved game I've linked above. After restarting, I could load the game without any problems though..