A very low percentage of players are running into the LowLevelFatalError dialog during launch or while playing the game. In this guide, we will see how to fix the LowLevelFatalError [file:Unknown] [line: 684] in Frozenheim.
Fix Frozenheim Crashing with ‘LowLevelFatalError [file:Unknown] [line: 684]’
There isn’t a lot you can do to permanently fix this error in Frozenheim, but there are some ways to mitigate it. Here we will see how to fix the LowLevelFatalError [file:Unknown] [line: 684] in Frozenheim.
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There is no permanent fix to this issue, but there are a few tips you can try if you face this error.
- Change your GPU in game settings. If your game is picking up on DX11, then maybe you can change it to run on DX12. You can do this by right-clicking Frozenheim on Steam > Properties > Launch Options > DX12.
- You will also have to check your PC specs and system requirements to see if it meets the specifications to play Frozenheim.
- Update your Graphics Drivers and your Windows if there is any update pending.
- Repair your game files on Steam by right-clicking on the game > Properties > Local Files > Verify.
- If this is a graphics problem, you can try to change the in-game display settings and set it to either low or medium. You can try to toggle on or off VSync and disable AA. Playing on Windowed or Full-screen mode might help.
- Capping the FPS can help you launch the game. You can do this by going to your preferred Graphics Driver control panel > Manage 3D Settings > Program Settings > Frozenheim > Enable FPS Limit > cap the amount. Currently, it can pick up to 60 FPS, so you can turn it down to 30 FPS if needed.
- You can try to disable controller input by locating the game on steam library and right click > Properties > Controller > Disable Steam Input
- Do a clean boot of your system. Open the Run command and type in msconfig. After clicking enter, go to the Service tab and tick the Hide all option. Also tick Disable All, then go to the Startup tab > Open Task Manager. Start disabling all background applications and then restart your system.
- You can try placing the game in the same SSD or Hard Drive as where its OS is located.
- Sometimes, the Dedicated GPU can switch to Integrated or vice versa. You can change this by going to your preferred Graphic Driver’s Control Panel and changing the dedicated GPU.
If all these don’t work, and you are not able to play Frozenheim, then you can contact the support team and raise the issue with them. If you like this guide, you can check out our other guides as well.