Halo Infinite is a newly launched game, and players from around the world facing crashing issues. Some of the players face crash issues while they are on the menu or when they respawn. There are many several types of problems that caused any game to be crashed.
The game can crash due to the third-party software is running in the background which caused the ram distribution and the game cannot have the proper part of the ram to run, and another problem is caused because of overclocking if any other part of your system overclocked like GPU or CPU there are possible chances that your game gonna crash.
Top 3 ways to resolve Halo Infinite crashing problems
1. Verify your Game files from steam
The most common solution for any game to solve the crashing issue is to verify your game files from Steam, there is a possible chance that your game crashed due to the corrupted files. For this, you need to scan your game file folder from steam.
- Launch Steam on your computer and log in to your account if not logged in
- Then go to the Games library and select the game Halo Infinite
- After selecting then you need to choose the properties window and select the local files tab.
- Further proceed by selecting the Verify Game File Integrity option and waiting for the scan to complete.
- If the scan is completed relaunch your game to check if the problem is resolved or not.
2. Close all third-party software running in the background
If after verifying your game files from steam and still you are facing a problem then close all the third-party software which is running in the background.
- Open your task manager by pressing Ctrl+Left Shift+ ESC
- Then you will see the Application Tab in the Task Manager, select all third-party software one by one.
- Then you will see in the bottom right End Task option this option you can close all the software.
- Finally, closing after all the software check your Halo Infinite crashing issue.
3. Disable CPU Overclocking
Overclocking your system components sometimes gives you an advantage in improving your performance, but on the other hand, it could cause more games to crash. For disabling the overclocking of the system follow these steps:
- Go to your motherboard BIOS Go into your motherboard’s BIOS.
- Go to the Advanced > Performance option once you’ve gotten into the BIOS.
- Disable the Overclocking option by navigating to it.
- Press the F10 button on the keyboard to save the modification, then exit BIOS.
- Now check your game whether the problem is resolved or not.