Forza Motorsport 7 crashes: Here’s how to fix it
Are you experiencing Forza Motorsport 7 crashes on your computer? We’ve got solutions.
One of the most exciting gaming action is the Forza Motorsport 7, what with the adrenaline, the cool car designs, and speed – every gamer loves speed!
Most gamers who have downloaded and played the Forza Motorsport 7 game have however mused about the consistent crashes they get.
Some say the game crashes when they’re designing the car, going too fast, or at different points of the gameplay. This can be pretty frustrating, especially when you’ve just downloaded the game and you’re all set to get on the track.
One of the known issues of Forza Motorsport 7 crash issue on Windows computer is when Benchmark mode experiences long load times, or even crashes after you run the benchmark test. Annoying, right?
But, worry not, there’s always a way around some of the common game issues faced. Here are some quick fixes to resolving the Forza Motorsport 7 crash issue.
How to fix FM7 crashes
Solution 1: Disable Internet and antivirus
You can try turning off your Internet connection, and antivirus program as well, then try to play the Forza Motorsport 7 game.
If this doesn’t work, try the next solution.
Solution 2: Check if issue is related to a driver bug
Do the following to check this:
- Right click Start
- Select Event viewer
- Expand Windows Logs
- Click System
If you see any recent red exclamation marks, click on it to see what it says then troubleshoot for the issue it brings back.
Solution 3: Use Administrator privileges to fix Forza Motorsport 7 crash
If you don’t have any, you can ask the administrator to create a user profile for you and give you the rights.
Here’s how to create a new user profile and give administrator privileges:
- Click Start
- Select Settings
- Select Accounts
- Click Add someone else to this PC
- Fill in the form with the user name and password. Your new user account will be created.
- Click on Change account type
- Click the drop down arrow and choose Administrator to set the account to administrator level
- Restart your computer
- Login to the new account you just created
Try playing the game using the new account.
You can also right click on the Forza Motorsport 7 game icon, then click Run as Administrator.
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Solution 4: Update your video card or graphics driver to fix Forza Motorsport 7 crash
Here’s how to update drivers on Windows:
- Right click Start button
- Select Device Manager
- Click on Universal Serial Bus Controllers to expand the list
- See whether there are any devices with either a yellow exclamation mark, question mark, down-arrow mark, or an error notification or code.
- If the driver has a yellow exclamation mark on it, double click on it then open Properties
- Under Drivers tab, choose Update Driver
Windows will find the appropriate driver for your video card or graphics driver.
Note: You may need to know the name of your graphics or video card, for instance if it is NVIDIA, AMD or Intel, because then you’d have to download directly from the website of either of these.
Solution 5: Downgrade the video card driver to an older version to fix Forza Motorsport 7 crash
Here’s how to go about this:
- Right click Start
- Select Device Manager
- Click Display Adapters
- Right click the Display adapter
- Select Properties
- Check the version
- Find a previous version and install it
Solution 6: Uninstall and reinstall Forza Motorsport 7
You can always uninstall, then clean your system, and reinstall the game back again.
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We do hope one of these solutions worked for you. If not, share with us the specifics of your issue in our comments section below.
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