Escape From Tarkov is known for getting complaints about loading time, sound bugs, the game getting crashed, and so much more after you enter a raid. These glitches are comprehensible since the game is so large and has a lot of complexities. But how to fix these crashes and the long waiting time to get into the game? In this guide, we are going to fix Escape From Tarkov Crashing During Raid.
How to Fix Escape From Tarkov Crashing During Raid
In games like these, things may get out of hand sometimes, but everything has a solution. Here is how players can fix this problem.
Firstly you have to locate where your Escape From Tarkov is installed from My Computer so you can boost the RAM allocation. Let’s do this step by step below.
Right-click on This PC, then click on properties, then open Advanced System Settings.
You will automatically be redirected to Advanced settings; click on Settings from there, again, Advanced tab.
Now, click on the virtual memory tab and then deselect the Automatically managing file size for all drives.
Now choose the drive that Escape From Tarkov is installed in.
Now from the custom size, enter 16000 MB for (those who have 16 GB Ram) and 8000 MB (those who have 8 GB RAM) in both maximum size and initial size.
Click on set and then OK.
And at last, restart the PC, and hopefully, everything will be back to normal.
In the end, the above guide can be used to fix the crash that players are facing. If the problem is still not resolved, then deactivate full-screen optimization, update the GPU and reinstall the launcher.