Something's strange about the next chapter...

Crashing Upon Launch

TastyGuavaTastyGuava Member Posts: 1

As soon as I get into the game, when I'm prompted to hit space bar I crash immediately and sometimes manage to try and look for a lobby and crash as soon as I am matched with other players. My game crashes with the same FATAL ERROR code prompted by the UnrealCrashReporter.

Fatal error: [File:Unknown] [Line: 200] Unreal Engine is exiting due to D3D device being lost. (Error: 0x887A0006 - 'HUNG') KERNELBASE {0x0000000000000000} + 239673 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 19476797 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 19265959 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 18907081 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 23853731 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 23857686 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 23786952 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 23818361 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 28931915 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 28923158 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 34052903 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 34059537 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 18336483 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 29065282 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 29065416 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 19476091 bytes DeadByDaylight_Win64_Shipping {0x0000000000000000} + 19438588 bytes kernel32 {0x0000000000000000} + 97236 bytes ntdll {0x0000000000000000} + 446065 bytes

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  • KhaineGBKhaineGB Member, Mod Posts: 180

    The issue is this bit.

    Fatal error: [File:Unknown] [Line: 200] Unreal Engine is exiting due to D3D device being lost.

    That means you've got something wrong with your graphics card. Either drivers, overheating or something else.

    Might be worth using Display Driver Uninstaller to clean your drivers, then reinstall those and see if that helps. If not, we're looking at something hardware related.

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