5 Replies Latest reply on Mar 18, 2018 1:48 PM by zelda412

    Tomb Raider : game stopped working on launching

    zelda412

      Hi everyone,

       

      I don't understand why, but one of my Steam games has a serious porblem, especially when I just double click the game to launch it : it's about Tomb Raider.

       

      Indeed, when I want to play, I have this fowolling error message first => "Tomb Raider has stopped working", and just after that, I have the launcher menu and when I click to "Play", I play normally the game. No crash, no hang, it's okay.

       

      TombRaider-StoppedWorking.PNG

       

      But when I want to check the error and the log, first I have this from Windows report :

       

      TombRaiderError-WindowsReport.PNG

       

      Translation :

       

      1. Faulting application path : D:\Steam\steamapps\common\Tomb Raider\TombRaider.exe
      2. Faulting module path : D:\Steam\steamapps\common\Tomb Raider\TombRaider.exe

       

      Then I have this in the log file of the game :

       

      TombRaider-Log.PNG

       

      I just inform you that I've recently uninstalled corrupted driver (with DDU and delete all files from AMD folder) and reinstalled latest driver (18.3.1) and just after that, I have this error when I want to play Tomb Raider, it's the only one game. The others is fine.

       

      So, could you resolve this issue, please?

       

      My PC (Desktop System) :

       

      • OS : Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
      • Motherboard : GIGABYTE 970-Gaming version 1.1 - BIOS version F2
      • CPU : AMD FX-8350 4.0 Ghz
      • Graphic Card : Asus AMD RX 580 8 GB OC version
      • PSU : FSP S Raider 750W - 80+ Silver
      • Memory : DDR3 Corsair 12 GB - 2100Mhz : 3 slots of 4 GB
      • Driver version installed : AMD Radeon Adrenalin software 18.3.1
      • Display : Iiyama - G-MASTER GE2288HS-B1 Black Hawk - connected to m yPC with DisplayPort
      • Case : Be Quiet Base 600 - black edition

       

      Ce message a été modifié par : Côme DEVOUASSOUX

       

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