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World Of Tanks failures can be a huge problem for 1000 players in this huge game. To solve your problem, it is strongly recommended to try to fix the various possible problems in the game. We concluded that the best thing is to fix problems with World Of Tanks, first make sure that you can fix various problems with the game yourself, and then make sure that Windows works correctly. This is a general fix, which should help to improve the gameplay on your PC.
What Causes the Crashing of World Of Tanks?
Some of the causes of World Of Tanks failures include:
The game can not read the files / settings needed to run
Windows has problems with registry settings
On your computer there are a number of errors that do not allow it to process the game files.
Check the minimum system requirements
But before moving on to methods, let’s look at the minimum system requirements.
- Operating System – Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP, Windows Vista
- Processor – 2.2 GHz
- RAM – from 1.5 GB to 2 GB
- Video card – Geforce 6800 / ATI HD X2400
- Storage space – 16 GB
- Graphic software – Microsoft DirectX version 9
- Internet speed – not less than 256 Kbit / s
If your system meets the minimum system requirements for WOT failure on your desktop, try a few simple methods below.
Reinstall World of Tanks
Well, this is one of the first things you need to do to fix a WOT failure. Sometimes during the installation it is not possible to save the files needed to start the game, which leads to crashes. Not only that, but sometimes corrupted game files cause such problems. Therefore reinstalling World of Tanks seems to be the best way to solve this problem.
Remove temporary settings
The very first step in troubleshooting is to remove all temporary settings from the game. Temporary settings / configurations store the necessary instructions, which also include information about the game, settings and files. They are loaded when the game is first loaded, and even when the game is running, they continue to receive instructions.
If these configurations / settings are damaged or incomplete (possibly due to moving files and folders), the game will try to get instructions, but will fail. In this solution we will go to the directory and remove the settings.
- Press Windows + E to launch Windows Explorer. In Explorer click on “Documents” to the left of “Quick Access”.
- Now find the Dava project folder. Right-click it and select “Delete”.
- After deleting the folder, fully reboot your computer. Now start the game and make sure that the game works correctly and without problems.
Update the graphics driver of your PC
You should definitely try to update the system graphics driver, as this will basically eliminate all kinds of errors and problems that Windows could cause in the WOT game. You can do this by first clicking “RUN” and then selecting “DXDiag” to find the graphics card manufacturer you are using. You can do this by downloading the updated video driver installation file from the Internet, installing it, and then running it.
Run your game as an Administrator
World Of Tanks will not have full access to game files and folders on your computer if you run it in the normal user mode. Try to grant World Of Tanks administrator rights to see if this is a problem for you. Follow the instructions below:
1) Completely log off of Steam.
2) Right-click on the Steam icon and select Properties.
3) Click on the “Compatibility” tab and select the “Run this program as administrator” checkbox. Then click OK.
4) Restart Steam and World Of Tanks to check your problem.
Hopefully, now you can start the game without crashing. If the problem persists, go to the fix below.
Clear the Windows Registry
The registry is one of the most important parts of Windows, as it stores the last emails, wallpaper and passwords of your system. Unfortunately, it is also the main cause of problems because it spoils your settings. To solve this problem, we strongly recommend that you fix the various problems that may occur on your registry system. This can be done with a registry cleaner.
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