How about looking at other things that might crash your game:
Do you hav a virus, spyware, adware, is your registry defragged, how about your hard drive is it
defragged or is your game struggling to load.
How about overheatning, do you have a cpu and GPU temp monitors so you can check your
tempatures, as a high temp will crash and or freeze your game as well, sometimes its not always the game,
it can be your setup.
How about all those links I posted did you look through those threads to see
if there were posts that are similar to what your dealing with?
What mods are you playing with and what is your setup, I might be able to give you an idea.
I did with A2WarMod, tested every single mod, and then together, I have over 117 addons and mods and I get no errors,I have 50++ mods, you can't expect me to fiddle around one by one waiting for a crash!
no crashes, and spent 2 months and more getting it there, of course thats in a differnt context as
Im building and you have crashing.
50+ mods can cause a crash if not properly setup. thats why i ask, you could have conflicts,
as in similer addons, or mods doing the same thing, all depends on alot of things, even load order can screw things up.
Lets not forget the overheating I mentioned, a cpu overheating will crash your game, as well as GPU,
as suggested before look into finding a cpu and GPU Temp monitors to make sure your not running hot,
as well as check ventilation and for dust in the case, as dust acts as an insulator.
Well, I mostly jumble them into a single folder to save space for the target parameters. Like I throw vehicle addons and shit into @addons and maps into @maps and etc.
Okay, so far, I've crashed with FFAA's terrorist. Does that crash for anyone using CO?
I'm afraid to say that you are just asking for trouble. You run the game on a badly underpowered machine. You run masses of mods and don't organise them properly. Next you're going to tell us you use a wireless internet connection!
Seriously though, your next step is to check all your addons by removing them one at a time. You should use a launcher, by the way, I like theSpirited Machine one as it allows you to organise your mods. Most of mine aren't even on the same physical drive as my game.
Oh, and run with -showscripterrors on too. That might give you some clues as to which mod is killing your game.
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Previously used a launcher, but it fucked up somehow, and had to use the shortcut target parameters.
If you persevere with the SM launcher, it's very good and makes removing addons like this very easy.
The prof is right, that's a lot of mods. One might say that if you feel the need to the mod the game so much from what it was originally, maybe you should try a different game!