He updated the driver and swapped Windows Power Settings from Balanced to High Performance and hasn't experienced a crash since. Thank you for mentioning the different steps you have tried to resolve the issue. We hope the fixes outlined in this post have been helpful and have allowed you to enjoy Battlefield 4 without the game crashing on you. I need to restart Windows 8. If you are aware of other solution to the problem, please let us know in the comments. Windows - Running Windows 10 64bits up-to-date. I am thinking of it now, but maybe I need to lower the settings because my eyefinity setup is eating up all the ram? We will assist you and will resolve the issue in a quick span of time.
I then sold my cards and bought the biggest single card I could afford. Whereas it's been freezing, crashing after 1-3 minutes. Please follow the reddiquette guidelines. Violations will be met with a ban and a potential report to the reddit admins. My problem was an incredibly easy fix.
Don't teach others how to exploit the game. This is an design-time issue that should be investigated and fixed. It often occurs, but not always. All my drivers are up to date. This error is usually caused by the graphics driver crashing; try installing the latest drivers.
It makes the game unplayable. Error happens in same place in the application - when I am at the War Table in Skyhold. Namely the model detail and stuff along those lines. Rule 3 Low-effort content is subject to removal. I am having a very frustrating time trying to solve this problem.
My fix has always been to knock down certain gfx settings by a step. Everything works perfect on windows 8. Sometimes, lack of update led to the above-said issue, so it is always recommended to update the windows periodically. My bf let me use his R9 270X and he took my 6870 and very shortly after it died, stopped working. To eradicate the issue, tighten your seat belt and get ready for the adventurous journey.
Please leave a comment below! Ok so I was also getting this error. Looks great Hope you find your solution!!! So, if any issue arises on the DirectX, then the game will crash in the Windows. I just got it today and worked on it today, I paid attention to the kernel messages you briefly that pop up from the task bar. You should see the System Configuration dialog box. In-order to identify if this is a driver compatibility related issue, I would suggest you to install the latest Nvidia driver in compatibility mode by following the steps below and check if the issue persists: 1. Fix 5: Windows updates If you are facing with DirectX errors after installing Windows updates upgrades , you can try to uninstall them, reboot your computer and check the Battlefield operation. Discourse is encouraged, however, slapfights and name-calling may lead to removal.
Has Bioware even addressed this issue? Definitely understand how frustrating this is. I spent months trying to understand what the problem is. I have reinstalled my graphics driver with a fresh install, tried rolling the driver back, and verifying the game's integrity. Origin - Disabled Origin in-game overlay. Fix 2: Downclock Your Graphics Card Overclocking is a way of making your microprocessor run faster than the speed it was optimally designed for.
No error message, just completely gone. As the newer R9 has never gotten that error. All posts should be tagged appropriately, too. Hi Anuj, Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community. I tried every solution out there, I installed the latest Nvidia drivers 314. I might just be getting lucky but linked the older drivers.
You may or may not have to do this depending on your card. Those experiencing this issue, give that a try. I know there have been suggestions in this thread for settings to change in game but as I've never even gotten as far as a menu I can't really try that. If it doesn't try updating to the most recent driver again like I did and hopefully it will fix the crashes; if not we just have to wait until the issue is addressed via another game ready driver update or bf1 hotfix. Anyways, wish you the best guys. This is a run-time issue; The application should destroy and recreate the device.
This is an design-time issue that should be investigated and fixed. Either way, press agree, it's the only way to proceed. For me it was an issue with Direct3D11 - I rolled it back to 9 and so far, I've tested it for 4 hours now with increasing higher graphics and speed and it's holding. Be respectful to other people here—we come from a variety of different backgrounds and will often hold different opinions. I did some hard drive cleanup earlier today and decided to try again just for giggles, and it still crashed but now I'm getting this message. So the moral of the story is never trust Windows.