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So this is my last resort, I don't often complain or post on forums so I'll try to make it clear as possible. It's probably been a good three months since I've last played Squad, however the last week I've attempted to play but continue to hit the black screen of death. I have followed most of the common tips online, I've unsubscribed from all previous mods not even bothering to resubscribe after fix. Verify game files, reinstall without deleting files and reinstall delete the folder completely. Now after reinstalling I can play at least once of any game of choosing and no noticeable bug issues expect my voice interactions not working. But after I relaunch complete black screen and I've even timed it to a point where I waited up to fifteen minutes before getting flustered and giving up. The logo will pop up but after that my task manager will read the program as non responsive, and yes I've ran it in administrative mode. At this point I'm at a lost and can't think of any other way to play other than completely reinstalling anytime I want to play. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
lopon posted a topic in Software SupportHey! Launching the game normally (including the launcher / anticheat) leads to the launcher startup (showing the BAF soldier / anticheat logo) but then an endless black screen once the game starts up prior to the controls loading screeen (waited 20mins +). According to task manager, it is not responding. Tried - setting executables and Steam to admin. - uninstalling / reinstalling anti-cheat - deleting cache / init files - changing steam launch settings to various resolution modes / -safe mode, -noeac Interestingly: if I launch either of the direct .exe's (SquadGame.exe) in the steam library, the game works perfectly. However, as this skips the launched this does not include anti-cheat so I cannot play online. Any ideas would be appreciated
Hello, I recently got a new external SSD, so I took my perfectly good, working install of Squad and uninstalled it, then installed it to the new drive. Now, whenever I launch, I get the squad_launcher window, then the little Squad splash in the middle, then a black window. I have waited up to 15 minutes for it to load, but nothing happens. Task Manager says that Squad is not responding, just sitting there using up about 300Mb of RAM and sometimes 0.1-0.3% CPU. This never happened when the game was installed on my hard drive. Specs (Lenovo Y510P): Core: i7 4700MQ 2.4GHz, overclocks itself to about 3.4 RAM: 8Gb Graphics: NVidia GT750M 2Gb VRAM Some crappy Intel integrated graphics I don't use Windows 8 64 bit Main hard drive: 1TB HDD External: 250Gb Samsung T3 SSD I run on an external HP monitor 1600x900 Other accessories: TrackIR (Not for Squad), Logitech G602 mouse, some old Compaq keyboard, Thrustmaster HOTAS X (Also not for Squad yet), USB Mic. Everything but the mouse and SSD are run through a externally powered USB hub. I have tried everything I could find: Run Steam as Admin Run Squad as Admin Run Squad without Steam Verify files (All successfully) Run with -windowed launch option Install the redistributables (DirectX, vC++) Update graphics drivers Delete Appdata\Local\Squad folder. (Regenerated but all the .ini files are empty now, so can't try changing settings) Add AV exceptions Add Firewall exceptions Disable Steam overlay (I may have forgotten some of the things I tried) And any combination in between. Every time if it's full screen it makes a black screen, and windowed is an empty window, black on the inside. Below is my Squad.log file Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated.
BrightRaven210 posted a topic in QuestionsSo, every time I start a game or round, as well as after respawning, the first time I walk, ADS, shoot, or change my weapon kit at a supply crate, my FPS will drop a few frames before freezing at a single frame and then flashes black for two to five seconds before going back to normal. After that I can repeat the action I was initially attempting to do without a problem; however, changing kits will still cause the problem even if I am changing for an Nth number of time in the same life. Does anyone know why this happens and how it is that I can fix this? My setup uses the i5-4430 and the PNY GTX 950.