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Error While Playing Football Manager With Steam


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I noticed last night my game which usually zips along has started feeling slightly sluggish. I checked the console and every few second it is showing this message:

Error: ClaimLock by [354] on already claimed lock [357]: /MTX/5935f7f7
[GameOverlayRender_PaintCmdStream_354_mutex]

Can anyone shed any light on this?
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