I tried that but unfortunately I don't have that option.
You'll have to enter that value manually, then.
Yep, that did it! Thank you!You'll have to enter that value manually, then.
http://forum.spaceengine.org/viewtopic. ... 620#p37846
Thanks for the help. Today I wrote by hand but didn't manually hit "Apply changes". Then I did it and now the SE is working. Thanks.I did so, but in NVidia Profile Inspector I did not have the "Growtopia" function available, only "Off" or "On" and an error pops up: "Could not find critical extensions:For me the link works.
But I made a copy of the post here:
0.9.8.0. FIX FOR NEW NVIDIA DRIVERS.
First of all, you need a program called NVIDIA profile inspector. I am including a link to the program.
https://nvidiaprofileinspector.com/down ... inspector/
The Program will look like this.
You will then go to the drop down menu near the top left and search for Space Engine. Click the profile that says SPACE ENGINE.
In the SPACE ENGINE profile, enable this setting for the Extention Limit in the dropdown menu. Pick the setting that says "Growtopia" Press Apply changes in the top right to finalize your settings. This worked for me. Not sure if this will work for everyone. But it worked for me and worth sharing.
If anyone tries this, let me know the results.
Update your graphics drivers or install hardware that meets the program's requirements
The solution is very simple!
You have to physically TYPE into the extension box the extension limit ie type in : 0x0000A474 (Growtopia)
It then sets this extension...you just apply changes and it works a charm!
Am running an RTX 3090 in 4k....on 471.96 game ready driver!
had same problem . tried this and it works! thank you!!
I'm sorry, I meant to post a screenshot but all it sent was a bunch of spam. Here is what the image said:Hi! I'm having an issue. I downloaded the 9.8.0 version, but I get two errors:
My solution: Run as administrator, it seemed to work.
Every time I start SE, it closes a few seconds after I double clicked to open it. All it does is say, "Starting..." then around 3 seconds later, it closes. I had no solution for this and I need someone's help.
Here is the se file:
I should add my card is a geforce rtx3070So the 'nvidiaprofileinspector' fix worked for me.
However Virus Total website had one flag for the 'nvidiaprofileinspector'. Malwarebytes and Windows Defender did not pick up anything. It might be a false positive, but just be aware.