So I've owned this game for all of 48 hours at this point, and for the life of me I can't get the game to run. I've tried everything in the help thread, scoured the forums, did everything it said in the threads on steam, on Reddit even sketchy forums in other areas, and nothing has worked. Here's the skinny per the suggested posting rules for bugs. 1. The crash happens every time on both my Desktop and my laptop. I've reinstalled both the regular and unstable clients a dozen times each to be sure. 2.Running in compatibility mode (I did this for literally everything that could be set as such) and as administrator does nothing. 3.A lot of the suggestions for fixing the issue no longer seem to apply, referencing things that don't exist in my folders like a launcher program. The Help thread also mentions that the log file for windows is in the Starbound directory when it is, in fact, showing up in the Storage directory for me. 4. On my desktop I'm running Windows 10 pro 64 bit, with an fx6300 amd processor and a R9 390 8gb video card and 16gb ram. On my laptop I'm running windows 10 home 64 bit on an amd a8 processor with an r5 on board video. 5. Running in 64 bit mode causes it to instantly open and close a window without anything else appearing. Running in 32 bit gives me the error window that'll be included at the bottom of this post. 6. I am using no mods. This is a fresh install (well the 12th fresh install so far). I've downloaded no mods and have not even ever logged into the game successfully. Methods tried to fix so far 1.uninstalling/reinstalling 2. reinstalling/repairing c++ runtime 2015 3. Run the game in all possible combinations of Administrator mode, compatibility, no overlay, disabling fullscreen optimizations, overriding DPI scaling behavior 4. run compatibility tool for windows 5. reinstalled video drivers on both machines. As for reproducing the bug I think I can confirm that I've reproduced the bug about 40 or 50 times now. I can't tell if it's full screen or windowed because I haven't actually gotten to run it yet, so it could be either.