Deathloop is an incredible game and quite addicting. It’s given multiplayer games a whole new dimension. But, a lot of players are struggling with the game’s crashing problem. The game is crashing due to a range of reasons and giving multiple errors. For crash at startup problems, you can refer to one of our other guides. The Deathloop 0xc000001d error seems to be more widespread than other errors, but the good news is there are some effective solutions to fix the error. Keep reading and we will show you how.
How to Fix Deathloop Error 0xc000001d
We have seen the Deathloop Error 0xc000001d occur for a lot of players who have the game on Steam. Users on Bethesda do not seem to face this error. We could be wrong about this and switching the client may not be a reliable solution. However, there are other software that seems to be somehow causing the crash with the error.
RivaTuner is causing all sorts of issues with the game. If you have the RivaTuner Statistics Server, set the Application Detection Level to Medium, Low, or None.
The solution we suggest is to disable everything on your PC before running the game. Perform a clean boot. Here are the steps.
- Press Windows Key + R and type msconfig, hit Enter
- In General tab, uncheck Load startup items
- Go to the Services tab
- Check Hide all Microsoft services
- Now, click Disable all
- Click on Apply and OK.
Overclocking seems to be the main cause of the problem which includes stock overclocking using Intel Turbo Boost, Ray Tracing, and applications such as MSI Afterburner and RivaTuner. After the clean boot, try to run the game using the GeForce Experience and its optimized settings. Otherwise, disable the Ray Tracing.
If the above failed, try to enable AES extension for Intel users. Go to the BIOS in the CPU config and enable the AES Extension. It can potentially fix the problem.
That’s all we have in this guide, hope the Deathloop Error 0xc000001d is fixed using one of the above solutions.