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Battlefield 5 Crashes Without Error Message (Fix)

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Battlefield V randomly crashes without error message on PC? Fix it now! Battlefield 5 just keeps randomly crashing for some players after a few minutes of gameplay. I have listed potential solutions for this problem below.

How to Fix the Random Crashes in Battlefield V

Method #1

  • Navigate to C:\Users\*YourUserName*\Documents\Battlefield V\settings
  • In the settings folder, right-click on the PROFSAVE_profile file and open it with Notepad
  • Find the GstRender.Dx12Enabled in the file.
  • Change the variable for GstRender.Dx12Enabled to 1
  • Save and Exit.

Method #2

Deleting the config files might work.

  • Navigate to C:\Users\*YourUserName*\Documents\Battlefield V\settings
  • Delete all the files in the settings folder.

Method #3

Go to the folder where the BFV is installed. Navigate to ...\Battlefield V\__Installer\vc\vc2015\redist. In the redist folder, install/repair vc_redist.x64 and vc_redist.x86.

Method #4

There may be a problem with the drivers. You should update all the drivers on your computer. (GPU, Audio, OS, etc)

Method #5

  • Simultaneously press the Windows logo and R keys.
  • Type %temp%
  • Press Enter key.
  • Delete everything in the Temp folder that opens. You can skip undeleted.
  • Again, Simultaneously press the Windows logo and R keys.
  • Type temp
  • Press Enter key.
  • Delete everything in the folder that opens.

Method #6

A clean boot on your PC can help fix your issue.

  • Type the msconfig on Windows search box.
  • Press Enter key
  • Go to the Services tab.
  • Select “Hide all Microsoft services”
  • Click on the “Disable all” button.
disable all services
  • Finally click on the OK button.
  • Restart the PC.

Method #7

You should verify integrity of game files.

  • Go to the Origin application.
  • In the game library (My Game Library), right click on Battlefield V and select the Repair

Method #8

If your GPU or CPU is overclocked, you should disable it.

Nvidia users can also do this: you can set your overclocked graphics card to Nvidia reference clock speeds.

  • Open the NVIDIA Control Panel.
  • Go to the Help menu.
  • Then check the Debug Mode.
Nvidia Debug mode


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