DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_REMOVED error occurs when your system's graphics card is malfunctioning or there is some connection problem on your computer. If you are facing this problem, don't worry. There are very simple solutions to fix the problem in no time.
Solution 1: edit the registry
Edit the registry on your computer to fix the problem.
1. First, write "regedit“In the search box next to the Windows icon.
2. Then press Pay in to access the Registry Editor on your computer.
3. When you have the Registry Editor open on your computer, expand the left side to go to this place ~
4. You need to right click the space on the right side and then click "New>"And then click"Valore D-Word (32 bit)".
5. Give this key the name "TdrLevel".
6. Now, to change the value of this delay, double click in this key.
7. In the Edit DWORD (32-bit) Value window, type "0".
8. Then click on "all right".
Close the Registry Editor window e Curriculum vitae on your device for this change to take effect.
After rebooting, the problem will no longer bother you.
Fix 2 - Turn off shadow reproduction
NVIDIA Shadow Play is used to capture game images on supported systems. This can cause this crash.
1. You have to look for the "GeForce experience".
2. Then click on "GeForce experience“In the search results.
3. In the GeForce Experience window, go to "general“tab.
4. Hence, deselect the "OVERLAP WITHIN“Settings.
Close the GeForce Experince page and take a look.
Solution 3: Disable the Anti-Aliasing feature
Some users have complained that the anti-aliasing feature is causing this problem in the first place.
1. Digita “NVIDIA Control Panel“In the search box.
2. Then you need to click on "NVIDIA Control Panel".
3. Once the Control Panel is displayed, click on "Manage 3D settings" On the left side.
4. Then click on "Global setting".
5. Now, you will notice several 'Anti-Aliasing' features.
6. Click on 'Antialiasing-FXAA"It works and change it to"Worn out".
7. Similarly, set all "Anti-aliasing" Features a "Worn out".
8. Then click on "Request”To apply these settings.
Close the application. Curriculum vitae your machine and check if the problem persists or not.
Fix 4: update the graphics driver
Maybe your old graphics driver is causing this problem on your computer.
1. Press the key Windows key + X.
2. Then click on "Device administrator".
3. In the Device Manager that appears, expand the "Display adapters".
4. Right-click the graphics adapter, then click "Update Driver".
5. Now, to allow Windows to search for the driver and install it on your computer, click on “Search for drivers automatically".
Windows will search for the latest driver and install it on your computer.
Solution 5: Uninstall and reinstall the graphics adapter
1. Press Windows key + X keys together from the keyboard.
2. Just click on "Device administrator”To access the utility.
3. When the driver list appears, expand the "Display adapters".
4. Right-click on the controller and click "Uninstall device”To uninstall it from your computer.
5. If you see a confirmation message to uninstall the graphics driver, click "Uninstall".
After uninstalling the driver, simply start again your computer.
Restarting the device will reinstall the driver on your computer.
This should have solved your problem.
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