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    Question [Second try] Super Mario 3D World - CEMU crashes on world 6-C

    Well, I had already posted this yesterday, but the thread was deleted by a moderator due to the violation of a rule (honestly, I didn't know that the Website from which I've downloaded the game ROM commits piracy).

    The thing is I've downloaded a .WUD ROM of the Super Mario 3D World game, and the CEMU emulator from its official website. Whenever I try to play the world 6-C:
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    ...the emulator and the computer itself both crash irreparably (Windows restarts). The bug occurs just after this frame:
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    I also have attached to this post the log file, but according to what I've read on it, the contribution it can make is small. I suppose the game doesn't reach to record on the log the error cause.

    Any ideas?
    Thanks a lot in advance.

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    Funnily enough i was able to finish the level OP has problems on. But my game crashes on the second version of that same level, on Bowser-B
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    I can go through the lift that crashes for OP
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    But whenever the boss jumps out of the sand, the whole computer freezes for a second and cemu crashes.
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    I already tried four different versions of cemu with a variety of different configurations. Always crashes at the same spot.
    The only thing i noticed is that if i use GPU Buffer Accuracy on High or Low, it crashes at the spot on my screenshot, but if i use it on Medium, it crashes a second after that moment. But it's always consistently on the same spot.

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