I played Early Access a while back and really enjoyed the game. After a brief break I reinstalled Epic launcher and the games I had through them and started experiencing a weird problem, one I've never seen before. (Zork was my first PC game, so I've seen a few) I gave up for a little while when I was unable to correct it, even with Epic's support. None of the other games do it, whether via Epic, it's launcher, or any other game. A few months later I had my hard drive crash/corrupted so I reinstalled game on new drives and the problem started all over again, and I've been unable to figure out what is causing it.
The problem is whenever I try to start the game, I get to the title splash screen and it not only crashes my PC, but I have to reset the PSU before I can even turn the PC back on! Before you mention it may be the PSU, it was upgraded from a 650W (which ran the game with no problems whatsoever, to a 750W when I upgraded the PC during my process to recover from the bad hard drive. The CPU, Mobo, SSD's, and RAM were upgraded but kept the video card. (I plan on upgrading it down the road). So before and after the changes to my PC I had this exact same problem. I bought The Outer Worlds game via Epic (which is also where I got Satisfactory) and it too does the exact same thing! All other games through Epic work just fine. All games on my entire PC work just fine. It is only those two games, 'Satisfactory: Early Access' and 'The Outer Worlds' that cause the PC to crash with needing to reset PSU. I have since got my money back on The Outer worlds, but would still like to get Satisfactory working again.
I've done a lot of searching and I can't this exact same problem. The closest to a possible solution I haven't treid is the 'Windows N Media Pack Feature', which won't let me install it.
I don't know how to attach a recent Dxdiag to this, so any help would be great!