How to Fix Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Crashes, Errors, Freezes, Lagging, and Performance Issues

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 is a beautiful-looking game, if you get it to run properly. The game runs on CryEngine and the final release has actually been optimized a lot since the open beta. Unfortunately, many fans still experience crashing, freezing, lagging, and errors when playing the game. But fear not, as we’ve compiled the best working fixes. Read on and find your fix!

How to Fix Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Crashes, Errors, Freezes, Lagging, and Performance Issues

1. Disable Motion Blur and Enable Anti-Aliasing

Go to the install folder, open GameSDK in the SGW folder and open “game” cfg with notepad. You can change ur FOV there and also change Motion Blur.

2. Tweaks to Fix Performance Issues: Solutions for blurry textures, motion blur, DOF and FOV

In the GameSDK folder in the install dir, open up the game.cfg file. At the top you can change your FOV.

Then, to switch of blurry textures, motion blur, and DOF, paste the following on the bottom of the game.cfg file. Make sure you leave one space after the last thing on the list then copy and paste those lines into it.


3. How to fix “Invalid paramater detected in CRT function” Error

This seems to be a problem with some CryEngine games, One fix that has helped is removing special characters from your name.

Second option is to go to nVidia control panel and change the power setting to maximum performance.

4. Fix for Error: User has no active profile!

This particularly happens in the Rat Trap mission.

To fix this, please follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to C:UsersYourUserSaved Games
  2. Copy the ‘Sniper Ghost Warrior 3’ folder to any other place, example: Desktop
  3. Delete ‘Sniper Ghost Warrior 3’ folder from the ‘Saved Games’
  4. Now you should be able to run the game, however your save data will be missing
  5. Close the game after it starts
  6. Navigate to C:UsersYourUserSaved Games
  7. Paste the folder you previously copied
  8. Run the game, this time you will be able to continue your Campaign

5. Fix the Error: Game Won’t Start! Unable to start game.

Do the same fix immediately before this. Also, disable Steam Overlay and turn off background programs especially Fraps. Next, Verify your Steam game cache. Finally, use our DLL fixer tool to find and fix potential missing DLLs.

6. Fix Lag, Stuttering and Performance Issues at HD and 4K Resolutions

Put resolution to 3840 x2160p and in-game Hertz to 30. Press Apply. Setting Hertz to 30 allows for smoother gameplay while in 4k.

7. Moving the Mouse Too Fast Freezes the Game

Running the game in Admin mode should quickly fix this.

8. Nvidia Framerate Fix

Download Nvidia Drivers 381.65 to get much better performance. You can use our driver update tool to make updating faster!

9. Green mouse disappearing

Nothing we can do here, but devs are coming up with a fix asap!


That’s all the fixes we’ve got for Sniper Ghost Warrior 3. Did we miss any critical game bug that needs fixing? Comment below and we’ll do our best to help out.

Fixes for Civilization 6 Crashes, Errors, Blackscreen, Multiplayer, Disc write, Loading

Sid Meier’s Civilization 6 has been widely received positively by critics and fans alike for how it has executed a refreshed yet familiar sequel through excellent gameplay design, graphics, and musical scoring. However, the Civ 6 isn’t without any bugs, as hundreds of users have reported crashing, freezing, and black screens. Read on for the best fixes we’ve got.

Civ 6 Crashes when Loading

  1. Turn off windows defender
  2. Settings > Update & Security > Windows Defender > Exclusions (add steam common folder to this)
  3. Run Steam as admin

Civ 6 crashes to desktop after capturing a city

It might be a bugged spy causing the problem. Check your espionage menu and see if any of your spies are “stuck”. A sign of a stuck spy is one in “Awaiting” status in some magical place called “$CityName$”. Once you delete him the crashing on city capture stops.

Fixing black screen start up crash in Civ 6

Turn off Share in GeForce Experience.

Civ 6 startup error fixes

  1. Verifying Game Cache
    • Load Steam
    • From the Library section, right-click on the game and select “Properties” from the menu.
    • Select the “Local files” tab and click the “Verify integrity of game cache” button.
    • Steam will match the local files to the cloud files, and fix any errors it encounters.
  2. Reinstalling DirectX
    • In the Steam installation folder of the game you’re having trouble with, there will be typically be a DirectX setup package.
    • Example file path: C:Program Files (x86)SteamsteamappscommonSid Meiers Civilization VI_CommonRedistDirectXJun2010
    • Find and run DXSETUP.exe
    • Reboot the computer (mandatory)
  3. Reinstalling Vcredist
    • Navigate to your game’s Steam folder – there will typically be a Vcredist folder.
    • Example file path: C:Program Files (x86)SteamsteamappscommonSid Meiers Civilization VIvcredist_CommonRedist2012
    • Find and Run vcredist_x86.exe and vcredist_x64.exe
    • Should the files already be installed, you will be prompted to either ‘uninstall’ or ‘repair’. Choose ‘*repair*’.
    • Reboot the computer (mandatory)
    • Afterward, do the same for those located in the 2015 folder. Ex: : C:Program Files (x86)SteamsteamappscommonSid Meiers Civilization VIvcredist_CommonRedist2015

Error joining multiplayer session fix

  1. Start other game, I used CS:GO but any multiplayer capable game should work.
  2. Start Civ 6. So now, both games are running.
  3. Now you will be able to join lobby and play multiplayer.
  4. Close the other game.

Fix for Civ 6 Error 0xc0000005

  1. Deactivate Windows Update
  2. Download
  3. Download
  4. Disconnect from the Internet and launch both files

Civ 6 Error 2

Steam error 2 seems to be happening to some people who’ve had the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Not everyone, though. It appears to affect all games, from what I can tell.

Two things I’ve heard reports have helped – running the redists that come with the Steam client, or reinstalling the Steam client itself.

Disc write error in Civ 6

Clear some space in your hard drive and this error will go away, allowing you to install Civ 6.

Fixing MSVCP140.dll in Civ 6

Run our DLL tool to fix this issue.

That’s all we’ve got for you right now! If you need more fixes and solutions, comment away below.

Battlefield 4 PC Fixes for Crashes, Freezes, Errors, Singapore crash, Black screen, Origins fix

Despite the ongoing patches to the BF4 servers, users continue to experience crashing, black screens, and freezing. Here’s a compilation of known working fixes to help out.

Battlefield 4 PC Fixes for Crashes, Freezes, Errors, Singapore crash, Black screen, Origins fix

Battlefield 4 crashes upon launch on the PC

  1. Disable “Origin In-game” in the origin application settings.
  2. Turn on Borderless Window (In Game Options > Video)

Battlefield 4 PC in-game crashes and freezes, Singapore crash, Shanghai crash

Here is a hodgepodge of fixes for Battlefield 4 crashes, due to the often unclear reasons for the crash. Read thoroughly and try these fixes at your own risk. A combination of one or more of these are known to work.

  1. Nvidia – Reverting to older drivers – version 331.40 beta and 331.58 have stopped crashes.
  2. Set your In-game audio to headphones
  3. Disabling NVIDIA High Definition Audio Run as administrator (for BF4 and BF4x86).
  4. Try changing security permissions on the origin games folder giving users full control instead of just read
  5. Nvidia Control Panel > Configure Surround > PhysX > PhysX settings > select your graphics card. Then Origin > Repair Install, played all day without crashing. Another confirmation and another.
  6. Punkbuster Uninstall / Reinstall
  7. Microsoft Visual C++ x64 and x86 versions of 2010 and 2012 uninstall. Reinstall with Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012 Update 3 Second Confirmation

DirectX function “GetDeviceRemovedReason” failed with “DxGi_error_Device_Hung” / Vram memory filling up

  1. Lowering settings from ultra/high to medium in x64 or low in x86 fixes the issue, always happening when Vram fills up to about 1.6 GB of VRAM.DirectX updates/fixes mentioned did not help. Confirmation by another player
  2. Disable or remove all overclocks on your video card