Rising Storm 2: Vietnam crashes [FIX]

Madalina Dinita
by Madalina Dinita
Former Managing Editor
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Rising Storm 2: Vietnam often crashes and this is perhaps the most frequent and annoying issue affecting the game. Unfortunately, no crashing patterns have been detected yet: the game can crash on launch, when paused, or randomly in the middle of fierce battles.

The good news is that Tripwire Interactive published a guide on how to avoid and also Rising Storm 2: Vietnam crashes.

Fix Rising Storm 2: Vietnam crashes

  • Make sure you meet the minimum (preferably recommended) system requirements.
  • CPU: Intel Core i3 @ 2.5GHz or AMD Phenom @ 2.5GHz.
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or ATI Radeon HD 5850.
  • HDD: 12 GB.
  • Delete this game folder : C:\Users\USERNAME\Documents\My Games\Rising Storm 2 Beta\ROGame
  • Delete the Rising Storm 2 directory completely. It should be located under your documents/ My Games.
  • Verify Steam cache. Right-click Rising Storm 2: Vietnam in Steam Library > go to Properties > select Local Files > select the option  “Verify Integrity…”.
  • Open your Task Manager and check if the shadercompiler.exe file is present. If this is the case, the game may be trying to compile shaders. Wait for a few minutes for the process to finish and the game should eventually launch.
  • Run the .exe redist files located in your SteamApps/common/risingstorm2/_CommonRedist location.
  • Install the latest Windows OS updates on your computer. Also, update all your device drivers.
  • Disconnect all USB peripherals.
  • Restart your Steam client.
  • Launch Steam as an Administrator.
  • Turn off DxTory.
  • Verify that Easy Anti Cheat has installed properly.
  • If error 0xc000007b appears on the screen, try reinstalling/repairing the following:

Unfortunately, these solutions don’t work for all Rising Storm 2: Vietnam players. If you’ve come across other workarounds to fix these annoying game crashes, you can list the troubleshooting steps in the comment section below.

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in August 2017 and has been since completely revamped and updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.


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