I am experiencing an extraordinarily strange issue. I have reinstalled windows on to new SSD drive to troubleshoot and I have verified the problem is apparently Starfield… (อ่านเพิ่มเติม)
I am experiencing an extraordinarily strange issue. I have reinstalled windows on to new SSD drive to troubleshoot and I have verified the problem is apparently Starfield+Firefox=problems. Specifically, when I run starfield it corrupts something in windows and prevents my Web Browsers from working forever afterward until I run system restore. I have done this 3 times now. As soon as I run Starfield, Mozilla Firefox starts crashing tabs and crashing on opening quickly and repeatedly. I have used system restore to restore my system on the new HD and it fixes Firefox. But when I run Starfield again, Mozilla becomes corrupted. I was using Mozilla Firefox because my Edge and Chrome won't run without status_access_violations every 5 to 10 minutes. But Mozilla Firefox ran flawlessly since June 2022 until I opened starfield. Aside from this, my PC is reliable, fast and stable. Starfield itself runs flawlessly and smooth in Ultra-Detail. I have a Core-I7 7700K, an RTX 2080 Super and 16gb of Gskill 3200 DDR4 ram on a Gigabyte GA-X170-SLI-CF motherboard. I DO NOT overclock any components as I prefer system reliability. Also I have had starfield since the early access release last Thursday August 31st and have been fighting my computer ever since with fresh windows installs on blank hard drives trying to fix this. I have run out of options. I am writing this to you on my Office Laptop as it doesn't have browser issues. Please route this report to the appropriate support personnel, thank you!
Edit, I also tried 3 different pairs of 8GB G-Skill DDR4 ram sticks. I have also tried the other channel. I am pretty sure its not the ram. If anything something with the motherboard, or possibly I need a bios update after some random windows update. I have seen that before too. But I am more looking for what variable could the 2 programs be sharing that opening one perma-bugs the other until a system restore is run.
Edit 2, Reply from Bethesda was that they seem to have closed the request with the comment "Thank you for your feedback.". As I said they didn't have any options to report a bug they create in a 3rd part program.