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The Division PC Faces Issues, Tips On How To Fix Issues

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The Division is not just an online multiplayer game that connects people on servers. Players will have to rely on an internet connection, Ubisoft tools and servers in order to play the game. The seamless multiplayer mode and internet connectivity makes the game a perfect RPG and it is obvious that the game may face any vulnerable issues due to internet and other factors that help run it. The Division PC players have been experiencing numerous issues since the game was launched. Here?s a list of common problems players are facing and specific ways to fix these issues.

Many The Division PC gamers are reporting issues of being unable to start the game successfully. To solve this problem, disable all the unnecessary background processes running on your system. Some players are also dealing with graphics card issues. Those using Nvidia and AMD graphics cards, should reinstall the graphics drivers in order to run the game smoothly.

The next step The Division PC players can take is to check whether their PC has Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable available on their machine. If you have the package installed, replacing it with other versions of Microsoft Visual C++ may help. The other versions you can try are Microsoft Visual C++ 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2015.

It would be better if you install the latest version of Direct X. If your PC is already running this version, reinstall it. Or you can easily download a standalone package from the official website of Microsoft. Ubisoft?s The Division gets support from UPlay, so when you launch it, right click on The Division and go properties. Click on ?Verify Files?. It should help your game run smoothly.

Those using the latest Nvidia drivers for their graphics card should stay away from express install. A NeoGaf user suggested that the latest Nvidia driver is causing BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) and several other issues while playing The Division. If you are having this problem, reboot your PC in safe mode, launch the device manager and right click on the GPU. From here, you?ll be able to go back to the old driver. This method will not require any download and it should solve your problem after a reboot in normal mode.

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