The Black Ops Cold War Error Code 887A0005 (887A0006) (0xB93DE0A6) D has been a nuisance for players ever since the game launched. Although the game has several fatal error, this one seems to reoccur after every few months. The recent patch of the game has brought about several errors, Fatal error code 887A0005 (887A0006) (0xB93DE0A6) D being one of them. The error mostly occurs at the start of the game, but can also occur mid-game. The wide occurrence of the error codes means there are effective solutions for it. Keep scrolling and we will help you fix the error in COD Black Ops Cold War.
How to Fix Black Ops Cold War Fatal Error Code 887A0005 (887A0006) (0xB93DE0A6) D
A large number of users with RTX 3080 and AMD RX Series graphics card have been complaining of the error code 887A0005 (887A0006) (0xB93DE0A6) D, which suggests a problem with the card or may have something to do with overclocking. However, users on other system also encounter the error. While we cannot confirm, it appears the error is mostly caused due to the graphics card misconfiguration, instability of the GPU, or outdated software.
Also the RTX feature of Black Ops Cold War seems to have issues on various system. There are several solutions for the Black Ops Cold War Fatal Error Code 887A0005 (887A0006) (0xB93DE0A6) D, but not of them are universal. So, you need to try them all to fix the error.
- Update the graphics card driver for both AMD and NVidia users. Check if the OS has any updates and install them.
- If the GPU is overclocked, revert the overclock. The OC could be causing the instability and leading to the fatal error.
- For users with the RTX GPU, you must disable the game’s RTX features to fix the issue. If you are on a non-RTX GPU, try reducing the GPU’s clock to 150 MHz’s. As the error is caused due to GPU, reducing the resolution of the game can help you as well.
- If you are using the Vega Card, disabling HBCC Memory Segment can fix the error. You can find the option to disable in the Radeon Software Settings > Graphics tab > Advanced > Scroll-down to the bottom.
- If you are using any type of hardware acceleration that may be the cause of the issue, so disable them.
- If you have more than one GPU on the system, disabling the SLI can help fix the error. To disable SLI go to your NVidia Control Panel, then Configure SLI, Surround, PhysX. Set “SLI Configuration” to Disable SLI.
- Also, disabling HBCC Memory Segment seems to fix the error code for AMD users. You will find the option in Settings > Graphics tab.
- Run the system after a clean boot. Disable everything including any recording software and GeForce Experience. The clean boot will do that. Here are the steps.
- Press Windows Key + R and type msconfig, hit Enter
- Go to the Services tab
- Check Hide all Microsoft services
- Now, click Disable all
- Go to the Startup tab and click on Open Task Manager
- Disable one task at a time and restart the system.
- Try launching the game, check if the Black Ops Cold War Fatal Error Code 887A0005 (887A0006) (0xB93DE0A6) D still occurs.
- If you have Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling turned on, you need to disable it. Doing that helped a lot of users fix the error. Go to Windows Settings > System > Display > Graphics settings > Toggle Off Hardware-accelerated GPU settings.
That’s all we have in this guide, hope one of the above solutions have been effective in resolving the Black Ops Cold War Fatal Error Code 887A0005 (887A0006) (0xB93DE0A6) D. If you have a better solution, let us know in the comments.