I saw your nice Tut of using this awesome Tool... still. I loved to mod with it 2 years ago for Fifa 18. I still have Fifa 18 installed on my hard drive, from time to time I enjoy it playing, cause some features of the gameplay I like more than in Fifa 19 and 20. Anyway thanks for the Tut. So you still use the tool. Do you have any critical issues using the DA? I rather lost my motivation using it cause so much crashes. Unfortunetly I can´t run some of the best mods for Fifa 18 available any more. The community mod loads my RAm into hell and back. I always thought it´s because I have only 16 GB RAM, but it´s not the Point.
A few month ago I have for a couple of weeks a rig with 32 GB RAM and the same shit happens. Loading the mod ends in RAM Space Error on my RIG. I would love to do some editing again through CGFE 18, but I can´t find any solution in the Internet who is working to not come in Memory issues. So my question is do you have some good advices to use CG FE 18 much more stabil?? Sorry for the off topic question, you may not answer, it´s not a Problem for me. But there is no live in the official Thread of CGFE 18 for some minor reasons, yeah and I discovered your Tut today and just ask.
And of course, one of the genius community tool modder turned to PES. Really missed Shawminators work. Imagine we would have a CGFE 20 Tool.
Well, you need to remember that your system has two forms of RAM. I suspect that you are running out of VRAM. What GPU are you using? Also, the ability to utilize RAM effectively depends on several factors. You could install 64 GB of ram into a system running a weak CPU or old chipset, and it would make no difference.
I am running an i7 4900k with 16GB (2x8) of DDR4 RAM @3000Ghz. My GPU is an RTX 2080i, which has 11GB of GDDR6 VRAM. So I’ve got a very powerful system, but I have no more RAM than you do. Post your specs and try monitoring your system usage (CPU,GPU,RAM,VRAM) while using the program. Make sure that your paging file is active and is set to automatically adjust according to need. Let me know how things turn out.