Fix Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Crashing, Freezing, Errors, Low FPS & Graphics Issue on PC

 
 

Fix Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Crashing, Freezing, Errors, Low FPS & Graphics Issue on PC

Overview: Star Wars Jedi Fallen is a single-player action-adventure game developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is available to play on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game released on November 14, 2019. There are many users who are facing Crashing, Freezing, Errors, Low FPS & Graphics Issue on PC with the game.

Table of Contents

First Check the System Requirement for Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Most of the issues occur when your computer does not meet the minimum system requirement to play the game. You may experience significant problems while playing the game, so please make sure your PC meets the minimum configuration to play Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. Both Minimum and recommended PC requirement is mentioned below. For best gaming experience recommended configuration is preferred.

Minimum System Requirement to Play Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Operating System: Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & Windows 10

Architecture: 64 bit

Direct X: 11.0 Compatible video card or equivalent

System Memory: 8 GB

Processor: Intel i3-3220 or Equivalent / AMD FX-6100 or Equivalent

Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 or Equivalent / AMD Radeon HD 7750 or Equivalent

Hard Drive Space: 55GB

Recommended

Operating System: Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & Windows 10

Architecture: 64 bit

Direct X: 11.0 Compatible video card or equivalent

System Memory: 16 GB

Processor: Intel i7-6700K or Equivalent / AMD Ryzen 7 1700 or Equivalent

Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX 1070/GTX1660Ti or Equivalent / AMD RX Vega 56 or Equivalent

Hard Drive Space: 55GB

Perform Hard Reset.

Most of the time hard reset fixes the issue. Unplug all external devices from your computer. The only devices you should leave connected to your computer are your monitor, mouse, and keyboard if the computer is a desktop. Now Shut down your desktop and unplug the power cable from the desktop.

In case of laptop unplug the charger and remove the battery if applicable.

Now press and hold the power button down for approximately 15-20 seconds then plug in the power cable back to the desktop. Plug in the battery and charger back in case of laptop and start the system and launch Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. In case the issue still persists move on to the next step.

Fix STAR WARS Jedi Fallen Order Low-Level Fatal Error

  • Do not overclock your GPU.
  • Update Windows to the latest version.
  • Perform a clean installation of graphics card driver:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtS6iPaU7Ds
  • For some players, mscorsvw.exe was causing the issue. It is related to the .net framework. Origin users, repair the game in Origin should reinstall .net framework, to do it manually navigate to \Jedi Fallen Order\__Installer\vc\vc2015\redist folder.
  • Steam users- try verifying the cache integrity

Run Origin and Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order as an Administrator

Right-click the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order desktop shortcut.

If you don’t have one, look for the yourgamename.exe file in C:/Program Files (x86)/Origin Games/Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Select Properties, click on the Compatibility tab and check the box at the bottom under settings where it says Run this Program as an administrator and Click Apply and OK.

Restart Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game.

Laptop Users- Run Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order on Dedicated Graphics Card

Most of the time it is seen that game starts on integrated Intel graphics card by default which is not designed to play heavy games. So simply switching to dedicated graphics card such as Nvidia or AMD can take care of crashing, freezing, FPS drop and many other issue with the  Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game. To do so follow the steps mentioned below:

Nvidia Users

  • Make a right click on your desktop and launch Nvidia Control Panel
  • Click on Manage 3D Settings on the left of the screen, go to the Program Settings and select Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order exe from the list (you can also click on Add or Browse to find Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order exe)
  • Now set preferred graphics processor to High performance Nvidia processor, scroll down to find Power Management set it to Prefer Maximum Power.

Bad or Wrong DirectX installation

Windows 7 users: Update Direct X by installing the most current version. Direct X is the software which the game uses to communicate with your PC. If it’s outdated or bad it can cause crashing and freezing. Visit the below link to update the Direct X to the latest version from Microsoft website.

Update DirectX

Update Graphics Drivers to Play Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Visit your system manufacturer’s website to update system BIOS, audio driver and all the necessary driver especially the graphics card driver.

NVIDIA Users: Ge Force Experience can be used to check and update the drivers automatically, visit the below link to auto update or update it manually.

Update Nvidia card 

AMD Users: Visit the below link to auto detect or manually select your driver.

Update AMD card

After updating the drivers restart your computer and launch Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order.

Add Exception to Antivirus and Firewall

In case you are facing Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order loading or launching issue then it might be antivirus or firewall which does not allow the game to load because it recognizes game files as potentially harmful and blocks it from running. Add exceptions for Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. Call your Antivirus company if you need help in adding an exception for Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order.

Most of the time Antivirus causes your game to crash or freeze so if you have multiple security running on the system then disable all the antivirus except one or try switching to another antivirus if one particular antivirus is causing the issue.

Do Not Overclock or Turbo Boost a Processor or GPU to Play Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

In case you are opting for Overclocking or Turbo Boosting a hardware in your computer, then we suggest resetting the processor or GPU to the manufacturer specifications, as doing so may prevent any crashing and freezing.

Also, disable Intel Turbo Booster from BIOS settings and in case you are not able to figure out contact your system manufacturer.

Use Recommended Settings to Play Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Please keep in mind that higher settings maximize the workload for the system hardware overall, even if your system exceeds the minimum system requirement for the game.

Opting for reduced graphical features in the game is recommended if you are experiencing an issue with performance and stability.

Update Windows 10

Open Windows 10 setting by pressing Windows + I key on the keyboard, then click on Update & Security, now click on Check for updates to update Windows 10.

Perform Clean Boot

Type in msconfig in Windows search box and click on System Configuration.

Click the Services tab and check the box to Hide all Microsoft Services, then click the Disable All button.

Now click on the Startup tab, then click on Open Task Manager.

Task Manager

Click each of the Startup programs in the list then click the Disable button. Disable all.

Disable-startup-services

Close the Task Manager window.

Click OK on the System Configuration window to save your changes.

Restart the system and try launching Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game again.

Stop the Windows 10 Apps From Running in the Background

Open Windows 10 setting by pressing Windows + I key on the keyboard, then click on Privacy and then scroll down and select Background apps and disable all the apps which you do not need.

Background-Apps

Restart your PC and launch Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order.

Perform Disk Cleanup

Run Disk Cleanup, open disk cleanup by typing Disk Cleanup in Windows 10 search box as shown below:

Disk-Cleanup

Once Disk Cleanup is open put a check mark in front of the all the list and then click on Clean up system files

Clean-Disk

Once you click on Clean up system Files it will pop up a window with C drive selected, hit ok. It will again bring up disk cleanup windows again, put a check in front of all the list and then hit OK to clean the disk.

Disk-Cleanup

This will get rid of all the unnecessary files on the system. Restart your PC and launch Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order.

Correct Windows 10 Virtual Memory/Pagefile

If the Windows 10 virtual memory is not set right, there is a chance of crashing and freezing issue with Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order.

In Windows search box type in System and click on System as shown below.

system

Now click on Advanced System Settings

advanced-system

On System Properties Window under the Advanced tab click on Settings as shown below

system-settings

On Performance Option Window under advanced click on Change

Change

On Virtual Memory window, uncheck Automatically manage paging file size for all drives.

From the list, select the drive on which Windows 10 is installed. (C: in most cases is already selected) click to select the Custom size radio button. Now type the minimum and maximum size of the Pagefile in megabytes (MB) according to the physical memory present in your computer.

Change-Virtual-memory

Now how to calculate Windows 10 Virtual Memory: Initial size is one and a half (1.5) x the amount of total system memory. Maximum size is three (3) x the initial size. So, in this system we have 8 GB (1 GB = 1,024 MB x 8 = 8192 MB) of memory. The initial size would be 1.5 x 8192 = 12288 MB and the maximum size would be 3 x 12288= 36864 MB.

Now click on Set and hit OK. Restart your PC and launch Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Play button in Origin is Greyed Out

You were able to play Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order fine but now play button is grayed out, it happens when Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order doesn’t shut down properly, use ALT-F4 to close the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game.

To fix grayed out issue with play button do the following :

  • Open Task Manager by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+ESC on the keyboard
  • Click on the arrow beside Origin to show sub-tasks.
  • Select Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order services in the list.
  • Click End Task.

Fix Graphical Tearing With Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

This occurs mainly because of the game running at a higher refresh rate than your monitor can handle.

You might know that disabling v-sync can reduce graphical tearing, but still, you are facing tearing while playing Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game then toggling v-sync to on in your game settings might fix it.

Fix Micro Stuttering With Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Micro stuttering (shudders and jolts while moving) happens when the game is not optimized properly, particularly when its played under multiple Direct X versions.

Disable latest Direct X version and restart your game. In case you are doing this please keep an eye on the patch notes for the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game to know when it is fine to re-enable it. Micro stuttering can sometimes be a driver issue, it may be driver conflicting or maybe the latest driver not working well with Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game. In this case, you might need to wait for the new driver to fix it.

Fix Rainbow or Green Artifacting With Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

In this case, a large number of pixels on the screen changes colors, it may be green, pink or like a rainbow. The game may be running on the background but you only see green or rainbow artifact.

It may be the bad graphics card, overheating or some hardware issue with the card

Check if the fan is working and reseat the graphics card if its a CRU(Customer Replaceable Unit) component

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Does Not Start or Crash on Windows 7

Install Windows 7 sp1 platform update. Windows 7 Users use this link to update.

Install DirectX

Also, try running the game as an administrator.

Fix Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Blue Screen Error

Please visit this link to fix blue screen or BSOD error.

Fix Audio/Sound Issue Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Restart the game, if not resolved do the following:

Update the Audio driver from the system manufacturer website. Make sure Windows sound is not on mute. Make a right-click on the speaker icon on the bottom right of your screen and click on Sounds or Open Sound settings and open Sound Control panel and go to Playback tab and disable all the sound devices except the internal speaker or the speaker which you want to use.

Also, try changing the audio from surround sound to stereo.

Stereo sound

If you face low sound or any issue with the audio, make sure to update audio driver and run Troubleshoot Sound problems by making a right-click on Windows speaker icon.

Fix Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Black Screen Issue

Use ALT + ENTER key on the keyboard to go to Windows mode in case you can hear the sound in the background. If not fixed, Verify or Repair Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order in Steam or Origin, try running the game in Windowed mode. In case the issue is not resolved, uninstall and reinstall the game.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Error Could Not Allocate Memory/Out Of Memory

Fix Virtual memory for Out of Memory Error.

  • Press Windows + R and type in Control Panel in the run box to open the control panel.
  • Select System and Security and then click on System.
  • Now click on Advanced System Settings on the left side.
  • On System Properties Window under the Advanced tab click on Settings 
  • On Performance Option Window under advanced click on Change
  • On Virtual Memory window, uncheck Automatically manage paging file size for all drives.
  • From the list, select the drive on which Windows 10 is installed. (C: in most cases is already selected) click to select the Custom size radio button. Now type the minimum and maximum size of the Pagefile in megabytes (MB) according to the physical memory present in your computer.

Now how to calculate Windows 10 Virtual Memory: Initial size is one and a half (1.5) x the amount of total system memory. Maximum size is three (3) x the initial size. So, in this system we have 8 GB (1 GB = 1,024 MB x 8 = 8192 MB) of memory. The initial size would be 1.5 x 8192 = 12288 MB and the maximum size would be 3 x 12288= 36864 MB.

Now click on Set and restart your PC and launch Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order.

Fix Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Executable has  Stopped Working

For Steam users, in case, the game won’t launch or you receive the error “Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order has stopped working” try repairing the game files in steam.

Steps to repair the game in Steam.

  • Launch Steam
  • From the Library section, right-click on Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game and click on Properties from the menu.
  • Select the Local files tab and click on the Verify integrity of game files…

Steam will verify the game’s files and download again any missing or corrupted files.

Loading or Launching Issue with Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Make sure to add Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order to the Windows firewall. In case of third-party antivirus, add an exception for Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game, also run Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order as an administrator.

  • Type in Windows Security in the windows search box to open Windows Security.
  • Click on Virus & threat protection
  • On the next screen under Ransomware protection click on Manage ransomware protection.
  • Under Controlled folder access, click on allow an app through Controlled folder access
  • and then click on Add an Allowed app and select Browse all apps to add Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order exe.

Verify integrity/Repair the game files in steam or Origin

Steps to repair the game in Steam.

  • Launch Steam
  • From the Library section, right-click on Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game and click on Properties from the menu.
  • Select the Local files tab and click on the Verify integrity of game files…

Run the game as an administrator

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Download /Installation Issue

Exit out of Steam or Origin and restart the PC. Start the installation.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Exe Missing

For Steam Users:

  • Exit Steam and restart the PC
  • Verify the integrity of game files.
  • Make sure to add Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order to the Windows firewall. In case of third-party antivirus, add an exception for Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game, also run Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order as an administrator.

Fix Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Steam Disk Write Error

Anyone of the workarounds may fix the issue Following:

  • Run the game as an administrator.
  • Verify the game file in the steam
  • Delete the 0 KB file
  1. Press and hold Windows + R on the keyboard and type in %ProgramFiles(x86)% the run box and hit enter.
  2. Navigate and double click on Steam steamapps > common
  3. Scroll to find a file that is 0KB in size, delete the file

Also, add game exe to antivirus and windows firewall.

Uninstall and Reinstall Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

If somehow game files have gone corrupt then uninstalling and reinstalling Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order may fix the issue.

In order to uninstall the game, log in to the Origin and click on My Game Library, make a right click on Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order and then click on Uninstall.

After uninstall restart the system and then reinstall the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order and launch the game.

Reinstall the Windows 10

Sometimes corrupt OS does not allow you to play the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order game properly. Reinstalling Windows 10 may fix the issue.

Please note that you will lose all the data on your computer when you reinstall the OS.

Please visit this link to learn how to reinstall Windows 10 using USB flash drive

Conclusion

I hope this article helped you to resolve Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Crashing, Freezing, Errors, Low FPS & Graphics Issue on PC.



 
 
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