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I see nothing wrong in your se.log.
I assume you have Windows 10. In fact you have a better GPU than mine, your hardware should be able to run SE well enough.
From your description it could also be something related to interaction with other software.
First I'd try to reinstall your Nvidia drivers, even if they are the latest. Personally I removed NVIDIA experience since they apparently wanted me to register for a service, albeit free.
Then I'd try to temporarily disable any antivirus software to see if something changes.
Windows Event Viewer messages could also contain some clue about this behaviour.
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I found the user-eng-db.cfg file but it only has 3 saved locations... and i have saved a lot more than that
It means that you probably select the "Real Object" option when entering information.
If you are adding descriptions and data regarding real objects, not procedural or user-created ones, then by ticking the "Real Object" option you'll update the default SpaceEngine database containing data for real objects like Solar System objects and such.
In your case your data are collected in /data/locale/eng-db.cfg.
user-eng-db.cfg will be saved eventually during SpaceEngine upgrades, since it will contain user-related data customizations, while default databases will be overwritten.