The Surge 2 is a highly popular action role-playing video game. This game features a character maker, which permits you to modify the gender and appearances of the player’s avatar. It is also supported on all leading platforms like PS4, MS Windows, and Xbox One. According to many gamers, they were encountering some crashing issues while playing the game on PC. It’s a very frustrating issue and if you want to solve this annoying problem, then follow the solutions given below.
Running The Surge 2 as an Administrator
- First of all, close Steam on your device.
- Thereafter, select the icon of Steam and right-click on it.
- Now, choose the Run as administrator option.
- Then hit the Yes button.
- Now, reopen the game from Steam.
Rule out software conflicts on Windows 7
- Go to the taskbar and right-click on it.
- After that, click on the ‘Start Task Manager’ option.
- You have to choose the tab of Processes and look at the ‘CPU and memory usage’ option to check what procedures are using the most resources.
- Pick the procedure you would like to close, and right-click on it, then select the ‘End Process Tree’ option.
- Now, reopen the game.
Rule out software conflicts on Windows 8 or 10
- Navigate to the taskbar, and right-click on it.
- Now, pick the Task Manager option.
- You should look at the recent ‘CPU and memory usage’ to view what procedures are using the most resources.
- You should select the process, and right-click on it.
- Finally, select the End task option.
Validate the Game File’s Integrity
- First, launch Steam on your system.
- Then select the LIBRARY option.
- You should choose ‘The Surge 2’ and right-click on it.
- Now, pick the Properties option.
- Later, go to the tab of LOCAL FILES, and choose the ‘VERIFY INTEGRITY OF GAME FILES’ option.
- Allow the process to get over.
Modify the Compatibility Setting
- Firstly, right-click on the Steam icon, and pick the Properties option.
- Then go to the tab of Compatibility and mark the ‘Run this program in compatibility mode for’ box.
- Click on Apply.
- Click on OK.
Set the Virtual Memory
- Hit the Windows key on the keyboard to launch the Search section.
- After that, insert ‘advanced system settings’ in it and press the OK button to launch the ‘View advanced system settings’ option.
- You should select the Settings option.
- Now, choose the tab of Advanced and click on the Change button.
- After that, untick the ‘Automatically manage paging file size for all drives’ checkbox.
- Select the ‘C drive’ option.
- You have to select the option beside the ‘Custom size’ and input 4096 into the given section.
- Afterward, click on Set.
- Finally, restart the system.
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