Construct 2 just crashes when I open a file , I already checked if my drivers are updated. Then I thought of disabling one of my graphic cards (I have AMD and Intel), I disabled the Intel one, my resolution was really bad but I was able to start Construct and open a file perfectly. I rechecked if the driver was updated and it was. The issue is probably the compatibility with my graphic card but I don't know how to solve it.
Thanks for reading.
I have also the same F... problem construct 2 221R don't start anymore, FORMATED, REINSTALLED my os windows 7 64bits with all the updates, installed construct 2 (221) with last version nwjs.
WHEN I DO A RIGHT CLICK FOR ADDING A PLUGIN CONSTRUCT 2 KEEP CRASHING !!!
THIS is my os formated, reinstalled
When i do RIGHT CLICK with the mouse construct 2 FREEZE FOR EVER!!! so i have to stop and restart again (construct2 takes +200mb memory)
and when i stop construct 2 get this litttle window who tell me the system cannot end.....!!!!
i don't know whats is happening to construc2 but this is a REALLY Fu... serious problem, so what we do???
Have you installed latest NW.JS as mentioned in the last changelog page ?
imothep85: for sure and according to your screenshot you haven't.
Be sure to read the changelog page in the future when installing a new release, this kind of things is written down in it.
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yes i have last build of everything
LIKE i SAID before, i FORMATED RINSTALLED MY Os WINDOWS7....SO of COURSE everything IS updated took 2days for all the updates windows, construct2, and all the others softwares.
and now BECAUSE THIS VERSION 221 is completly UNSTABLE, i REFORMATTING AGAIN RIGHT NOW !!!
i give a LAST CHANCE FOR CONSTRUCT 2 !!!!
SO it's 13:54 i REINSTALLED again windows 7 64bits.
THIS TIME WITHOUT UPDATES OF WINDOWS .NET Framework.....
AND construct 2 221 is WORKING!!!!!
the problem comme from .NET Framework Updates to me!!!!
ASHLEY you have absolutly to check this problem (build 221 + last build nwjs) if you read this post!!!
Same, it was a .NET Framework issue. Thanks and see ya. You can close the post.
Construct 2 does not use the .NET framework, so this does not make any sense. It does not appear to have affected a large number of users though - almost all modern Windows systems have the .NET framework installed, so I am sure this would have been a much larger issue if that was really the problem. Closing as a probable one-off configuration problem.