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I’ve been using citra for a long time without issues. I started to get issues yesterday. My citra randomly crashes and I have no idea why. It freezes for 2-3 seconds and then crash. Please help.
- Operating System: Windows 10 Pro. Version 1809. 64 bit operative system and 64 bit processor.
- CPU: Intel® Core™ i3-3220 CPU @ 3.30GHz
- GPU: Intel® HD Graphics
- Citra Version (found in title bar): Citra Nightly 1397 and Citra Canary (both latest build)
- Game: Every game
- Screenshot of Issue (include the full Citra window including titlebar): I don’t think I can get any screenshots due to the game crashing right away.
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System Information for Support
OpenGL Vendor Intel
OpenGL Renderer Intel(R) HD Graphics 2500
OpenGL Version 3.3.0
GPU Driver Version 10.18.10.5069
Enable Hardware Renderer [x]
Enable Hardware Shader [x]
Hardware Shader, Accurate Multiplication [ ]
Hardware Shader, Geometry Shaders null
Enable Shader JIT [x]
Enable Vsync null
System Region -1
Here’s some issues I found with your log that might help.
- You are running out of date drivers for your GPU. You need to install the most recent driver for your graphics card from Intel’s website. https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/80939/Graphics-Drivers
- Enabling Accurate Multiplication is recomended in certain games. If you are experiencing graphical glitches, try enabling this option.
It says that my computer is already running the latest and best drivers
Yeah the bot doesn’t know, ignore it
Revert to older Citra version for now.
Thanks, what version should I use tho?
This post said the problem started with Nightly 1395 and Canary 1517 so that means use 1394 or 1516.
I’m still getting crashes with nightly 1394
Hm, try go further back.
If nothing helps, then since you have a desktop computer you could buy an Nvidia graphics card either used or new.
You don’t need anything expensive, a GT 1030 GDDR5 version would be adequate for about $80(don’t get the DDR4 version, it is terrible so double check that you get the correct one). It doesn’t require external power.
If you have a 6 pin power connector free from your power supply you could go for a 1650 Super, which is a good bang for your buck GPU at $160. Don’t get the regular 1650, make sure it is “Super” version.
Intel HD 4000 series have problematic GPUs and are old so it’s difficult to try still make them compatible