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Hi all I'm really hoping someone will be able to help me out. I've been playing the full version of FM19 on my Surface Pro with zero issues. When I play beta version of FM20 on my Surface Pro after about 15 minutes the back of the device starts getting hot, after an hour when changing screens the previous screen is burnt into the display, this sometimes clears up as I click through screens, sometimes it gets worse and I have to save and quit the game. The ghost image is still on my desktop and I have to shut down and wait for everything to cool down before being able to reload. Thankfully non of the ghost images have been permanent (yet!) FM19 still works great so I could carry on my West Ham save on that or start a Colchester United one like I had intended on FM20 but obviously would much rather be playing the full version of FM20. I appreciate there's FM20 Touch but I'd much rather be playing the full game and as I've never had any issues with FM19 I'm thinking surely this must be possible? EDIT: I've got the graphics on lowest possible quality and I've got English leagues up until NL, French, Italian, German and Spanish top leagues available to play. Any assistance would be hugely appreciated.
I receive DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_Removed Error Message I have already updated the driver on the video card,and checked the minimum requirements, more than all good! I also contacted the support service, but all the tips that the support service offered me did not help (including crash dump) How can I fix the problem? Thanks in advance! (DXGI crashes on launch/during game) DxDiag.txt FM 2020 v188.8.131.521627 (2019.11.11 19.09.12).dmp GPU_info v184.108.40.2061627 (2019.11.11 19.09.12).gpudmp
1st Jan 2021. UK just left EU. £8k minimum salary (over 23) and £3k for U23 work permit rules. Playing as Chelsea, sign Havertz for £80M, £220k per week. Arrives with no WP? Have to apply (usually this is done when the signing is confirmed?) but it is rejected "Does not meet minimum requirements of £3k per week". eencae_Havertz_WP.fmt