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Smalland: Survive the Wilds Graphic and PC Enhancements

Post of helpful Optimizations and Client side bug fixes for our Smalland Players:

Smalland: Survive the Wilds Fatal Error Fix

Fatal Error Fix
The Fatal Error message in Smalland: Survive the Wilds is a common error that can be caused by a variety of factors, including outdated drivers, corrupted game files, overheating and memory issues, and antivirus and firewall software.
However, there are several ways to fix this error and get back to playing the game. Updating drivers, verifying game files, reducing graphics settings, cleaning the computer, disabling antivirus and firewall software, and upgrading RAM are some of the ways to fix the Fatal Error message.
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    Update Drivers: The first thing to do when encountering the Fatal Error message is to update the drivers. This includes updating the graphics card drivers, sound card drivers, and other drivers that are essential for running the game smoothly.
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    Verify Game Files: If the game files are corrupted or damaged, it can cause the game to crash and display the Fatal Error message. You can verify the game files through Steam or the game launcher to replace any damaged files with new ones.
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    Reduce Graphics Settings: If the game is crashing due to overheating or memory issues, you can try reducing the graphics settings to lower the load on the computer’s CPU and GPU.
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    Clean Computer: Overheating can cause the game to crash and display the Fatal Error message. You can clean your computer’s fans and vents to ensure that they are working correctly and remove any dust or debris that may be clogging them.
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    Disable Antivirus and Firewall: Antivirus and Firewall software can sometimes block the game from running correctly. You can try disabling them temporarily to see if it fixes the Fatal Error message.
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    Upgrade RAM: If the computer does not have enough RAM, it may not be able to run the game properly and may crash, displaying the Fatal Error message. You can upgrade the RAM to ensure that the computer has enough memory to run the game smoothly.