Fix Trials of Mana Unreal Engine D3D Device Lost/Controller Not Working

June 12, 2020 By Harsh Clif
Trials of Mana Unreal Engine D3D Device Lost/Controller Not Working

Users playing Trails of Mana, the remake of the 1995 game Seiken Densetsu 3 are experience a range of errors from crash at Startup, Unreal Engine D3D Device Lost error and the controller not working for console players. However, these problems are not new. Previous installments of the game has had these errors. Thankfully, that helps us suggest some proven fix that addresses these issues. Here are the fix you can try for the above errors.

Fix Trials of Mana Unreal Engine D3D Device Lost Error

The Trials of Mana Unreal Engine D3D Device Lost Error can occur randomly at any time you are playing the game. The causes of this error is overclocking of the GPU or using an old GPU. If you have overclocked the GPU and started experiencing the error, that is your first clue to revert back. The error can also arise if the graphics card settings are factory overclocked.

The first thing you should do when you encounter the error is to revert the overclock or Underclock the GPU a bit. Underclocking reduces the performance but makes the graphics card more stable and it’s known to fix the unreal engine D3D device lost error.

If you are running the game on an old GPU and adjusting the clock speed to too painful a process or you simply don’t want to do it, you can reduce or limit the FPS. Frame Rate Limiting can be achieved in the Nvidia control Panel. Here are the steps you can follow.

  1. Right-click on the Desktop and select Nvidia Control Panel
  2. Go to Manage 3D settings
  3. You can use Global Settings to set frame rate for all programs or Program Settings for specific games.
  4. Under Global Settings, locate Max Frame Rate and set it to 60
  5. Or, click on Program Settings and step 1. Select Trials of Mana from the list of programs
  6. Step 2, select High-performance NVIDIA processor
  7. Select Max Frame Rate and select On and set it to 60.

If you still encounter the error with the game, try lowering the FPS below 60. Set it to 40 and try playing the game. It would resolve the Trials of Mana Unreal Engine D3D Device Lost error.

Fix Trials of Mana Controller Not Working

Controller not working is a widespread problem for console players as well as PC players with not just Trials of Mana, but several other games. However, the fix is quite simple and straightforward.

If you are using Steam to play the game. Open the Steam client > Library > Trials of Mana > Properties > Steam Input Per-Game Settings (Requires restart of game) > Forced On. Save and relaunch the game, now your controller should work fine with the game.

If you are still encountering the problem, from the Steam Client > click on Steam on the top-right corner > Settings > Controller > General Controller Settings > check Xbox Configuration Support or PlayStation Configuration Support if you use Dualshock 4.

Save the changes and try playing the game, it should work. The above fixes should resolve the Trials of Mana Unreal Engine D3D Device Lost or Controller Not Working.