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How to Fix Stellaris Crashing Issue?

by John Martin Engineer

Stellaris is one of the best and popular 4X grand strategy adventure games out there. It offers you both single and multiplayer experience with a variety of challenges. However, sometimes the game may crash. There are many reasons behind this issue such as slow RAM, driver problems, damage game, wrong settings, software conflicts and much more. In order to fix this issue, apply the solutions mentioned below.

Run Stellaris as an Administrator

To fix the issue, you should pursue these steps given below:

  1. Go to Steam and right-click on it.
  2. Choose the Properties option.
  3. After that, select the Compatibility section and mark the ‘Run this program as an administrator’ box.
  4. You should select the Apply and then click on the OK button.
  5. Select the ‘Stellaris’ icon, and right-click on it.
  6. Pick the Properties option.
  7. You have to choose the tab of Compatibility and mark the ‘Run this program as an administrator’ box.
  8. Later, click on Apply and OK.
  9. Now, reopen the game and check if the crashing issue has been resolved.

Confirm the Integrity of the Game Files

You should pursue these steps given below:

  1. Navigate to Steam and launch it.
  2. Thereafter, select the LIBRARY option.
  3. Go to the ‘Stellaris’ option and right-click on it.
  4. Choose the Properties option.
  5. Later, select the tab of ‘LOCAL FILES’ and choose the ‘VERIFY INTEGRITY OF GAME FILES’ option.
  6. Now, reopen the game.

Turn off Full-screen Optimizations

You should pursue these steps given below:

  1. Go to the ‘Stellaris’ icon and right-click on it.
  2. Click on the Properties option.
  3. After that, select the tab of Compatibility and mark the ‘Disable Fullscreen optimizations’ box.
  4. You should select the Apply and OK buttons.
  5. Now, reopen the game and check if the issue has been resolved.

Check the DEP Settings

You should pursue these steps given below:

  1. Hold the Windows and E buttons to launch the File Explorer.
  2. Thereafter, select the ‘This PC’ icon and right-click on it and pick the Properties option.
  3. You should choose the ‘Advanced system settings’ option.
  4. Beneath the Performance section, choose the Settings option.
  5. Select the tab of ‘Data Execution Prevention’ and click on ‘Turn on DEP for essential Windows programs and services only.’
  6. Go to the OK button and select it.
  7. Now, reopen the game.

In case the solutions mentioned above do not work, and you are still facing the Stellaris crashing issue, then try reinstalling Steam on your device.


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About John Martin Advanced   Engineer

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Created on Oct 27th 2020 14:59. Viewed 107 times.

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