Fix The Texas Chain Saw Massacre UE4-BBQGAME Crash/Unreal Engine 4 Error On PC

Fix The Texas Chain Saw Massacre UE4-BBQGAME Crash/Unreal Engine 4 Error On PC

Here's a step-by-step detailed solution for fixing the Unreal Engine 4 crash issue with the Texas Chainsaw Massacre game on your Windows computer:

Step 1: Restart Your Computer

  • Begin by restarting your computer. This can help refresh system resources and resolve minor glitches.

Step 2: Close Overclocking Applications

  • Close any overclocking applications you might have running, such as MSI Afterburner or RivaTuner. These can sometimes interfere with game stability.

Step 3: Uninstall VR Software

  • If you have any VR software installed, close it or uninstall it. Disconnect any VR devices from your computer.

Step 4: Disconnect Additional Controllers and USB Devices

  • Disconnect any additional controllers, USB devices, or adapters that are connected to your computer but not actively in use.

Step 5: Disable Steam Overlay

  • Right-click the game in Steam, go to Properties, and disable the Steam Overlay in the General tab.

Step 6: Close Overlay Applications

  • Close any overlay applications such as Discord, GeForce Experience, or OBS Studio.

Step 7: Run the Game on a Single Monitor

  • Close all unnecessary applications and ensure only Steam or the Xbox app (whichever you're using) and the game are running. Consider temporarily disabling multi-monitor setups.

Step 8: Remove "Underwood"

  • If you have software named "Underwood" installed, uninstall it to eliminate potential conflicts.

Step 9: Perform Clean Boot

  • Type "System Configuration" in the Windows search box and open it.
  • Go to the Services tab and check "Hide all Microsoft services."
  • Disable all remaining services, leaving only the essential ones.
  • Apply the changes and restart your computer.

Step 10: Try Different DirectX Versions

  • In the game's launch options, experiment with different DirectX versions by adding either "-dx11" or "-dx12" (without quotes).

Step 11: Run the Game as Administrator

  • Right-click the game's executable file and choose "Run as administrator." Also, do this for Steam/Xbox app if applicable.

Step 12: Compatibility Mode

  • Right-click the game executable, go to Properties, and navigate to the Compatibility tab.
  • Check "Run this program in compatibility mode for" and choose Windows 8 or Windows 7.
  • Apply the changes and try launching the game.

Step 13: Update Graphics Driver

  • Visit the NVIDIA or AMD website based on your graphics card.
  • Download the latest graphics driver.
  • During installation, choose the "Custom" option and perform a clean installation.

Step 14: Use Dedicated Graphics Card

  • Set the game to run on your dedicated graphics card from the graphics settings.

Step 15: Increase Virtual Memory

  • Search for "View Advanced System Settings" and open it.
  • In the System Properties window, go to the Advanced tab and click on "Settings" under Performance.
  • In the Performance Options window, go to the Advanced tab and click on "Change" under Virtual Memory.
  • Adjust the virtual memory settings based on your system's RAM (as explained in the video).

Step 16: Install Visual C++ Redistributables

  • Download and install the required Visual C++ Redistributables from the provided links.

Step 17: Update Windows

  • Make sure your Windows is up to date by checking for updates in the Windows Update settings.

Step 18: Update System BIOS

  • Visit your system manufacturer's website and update your system BIOS to the latest version.

Step 19: Try Windowed Mode and Lower Graphics Settings

  • Launch the game in windowed mode and lower the graphics settings to improve performance.

Step 20: Repair or Reset the Game

  • Open the Apps & Features settings.
  • Find the game and click on it. Then, click on "Advanced options."
  • Choose to repair or reset the game.

Step 21: Update Gaming Services

  • Update Gaming Services from the Microsoft Store.

Step 22: Update Microsoft Store Apps

  • Open the Microsoft Store and update all apps.

Step 23: Run WS Reset Command

  • Search for "WSReset" and run the command. This will reset the Microsoft Store cache.

Step 24: Repair or Reset Xbox App

  • Open the Xbox app settings and repair or reset it.

Step 25: Uninstall and Reinstall the Game

  • Uninstall the game.
  • Restart your computer.
  • Reinstall the game to a different drive if possible.

Step 26: Use Media Creation Tool to Update Windows

  • If nothing else works, use the Windows Media Creation Tool to update your Windows to the latest version.

I hope these detailed steps help you resolve the issue and enjoy playing the game without any crashes. If you have any questions or need further assistance, feel free to ask!

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