Bad news: Forza Motorsport 7 won't work on Windows 10 v1903

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Forza Motorsport 7 won't work on Windows 10 May update
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Windows 10 May Update is quite a big update and changes a lot of things. With new features, drivers, and better security options, gaming is also a large part of the update.

If you like to play games on your PC, you’re definitely not impressed with what Microsoft did in their new update. A lot of users are complaining about crashes, bugs, low FPS, and many more other problems.

Along with big names in the industry like PUBG, Fortnite, and Rainbow Six Siege, it seems like now is Forza Motorsport 7’s turn to deal with issues.

Gamers complain FM7 is simply unplayable on the new OS:

Forza Motorsport_7 dont work after windows10 update. Any help? thanks
Forza Motorsport 7 Startup problem windows 10 version 1903  AMD Radeon Adrenalin

While others have more specific problems:

In Windows 10 1903 build 18362, the game shows blinking elements.
This happens to me too, driving line and car’s dashboard were blinking like crazy, had to roll back to 1803 for me

Forza Motorsport 7 bugs are caused by driver issues

It’s not a secret anymore that in the development process of Windows 19H1 (aka v1903) there were some GSOD problems with a number of anti-cheat services.

The problem is not specific to a certain driver because Nvidia and AMD users alike are complaining about the same bugs. The solution for right now is to wait for Microsoft to sort things out with the drivers, especially now when they’re pushing DCH versions.

Besides that, one user solved the problem by reinstalling the GPU drivers followed by a disk clean-up. Another possible fix is to disable and remove any USB device plugged in as a readyboost cache.

These fixes come without any guarantees, but you can still try them just to be sure.

Have you experienced similar issues in Forza Motorsport 7 or another game on Windows 10 v1903? How did you solve them?

Leave the answers along with any other questions in the comments section below.


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