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Port Sarim Home Teleport results in game crash

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Every time I use the home teleport to teleport to the Port Sarim lodestone, my game hangs at 50% loading and then refuses to load any further or show me Port Sarim. I have to then refresh the page, relog and I appear in Port Sarim. I was just wondering if anybody else had the same problem, and if they had a fix?


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Didnt happen to me, Used it to go to rimmy today, Not sure If I just got lucky or what


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When ever I know I'm going to Port Sarim, I load up 2 windows. 1 browser, 1 Jagex client. When I do QBD, for example. It only crashes at 50% when I use the Jagex client. I just keep the browser open in case I die at QBD and need to tele back.


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For me its the citadel that crashes my game, entering and leaving.

It either black screens, and the client stops responding, or it loads to 50% and hangs.

It can take me 3 attempts at times to enter the del- most annoying.


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When using waterfox or the Jagex client I usually have a 3 seconds delay when switching windows. Before the fps update most teles would crash my game, though.

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I guess for now, a workaround could be just using the explorers ring until its fixed :/


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