Halo Infinite is a newly launched game and players from all over the world are facing crashing issues. Some of the players are having crashing issues while in the menu or when respawning. There are many different types of issues that have caused a game to crash.
The game may crash because the third party software is running in the background which caused the RAM allocation and the game cannot have the right part of the RAM to run, and another problem is caused by overclocking if any other part of your system Overclocked like GPU or CPU, chances are your game will crash.
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Top 3 Ways to Solve Halo Infinite Crashing Issues
1. Check your game files from Steam
The most common solution for any game to solve the crashing problem is to check your game files from Steam. There is a chance that your game has crashed due to the corrupted files. To do this, you need to scan your game files folder from Steam.
- Launch Steam on your computer and sign in to your account if you are not signed in
- Then go to the games library and select the Halo Infinite game
- Once selected, you need to select the properties window and select the Local Files tab.
- Proceed by selecting the Check game file integrity option and waiting for the scan to complete.
- When the scan is finished, restart your game to check if the problem is solved or not.
2. Close any third party software running in the background
If you’re still encountering a problem after checking your game files from Steam, try closing any third-party software that’s running in the background.
- Open your Task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Left Shift + ESC
- Then you will see Application tab in Task Manager, select all third-party software one by one.
- Then you will see End Task option at the bottom right. This option allows you to close all software.
- Finally, close all software to check your Halo Infinite crashing issue.
3. Disable CPU overclocking
Overclocking your system components sometimes gives you an edge in improving your performance, but on the other hand, it can result in more games crashing. To disable system overclocking, do the following:
- Enter your motherboard BIOS. Enter your motherboard BIOS.
- Go to the Advanced > Performance option once you enter the BIOS.
- Disable the Overclocking option by navigating to it.
- Press the F10 key on the keyboard to save the change and then exit BIOS.
- Now check your game whether the problem is fixed or not.
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