What to do if while playing Star Wars Battlefront II: PC restarts, black screen pops out, the game crashes.
The next creation of EA, Star Wars Battlefront II, officially came out, and, like in any major project, there were errors. In this article, we’ll figure out what to do if a PC reboots when playing Star Wars Battlefront II, black screen pops out, the game crashes. To start with, we advise you to check if your PC meets the minimum system requirements of this game.
Minimum system requirements:
- OS: Windows 7 SP1 / 8.1 / 10 (only 64-bit systems);
- Processor: Intel Core i5-6600K or AMD FX-6350;
- Memory: 8 GB;
- Video card: GeForce GTX 660 (2 GB) or Radeon HD 7850 (2 GB);
- DirectX version: 11;
- Free space on the hard disk: 15 GB.
If you are sure that your PC meets these requirements, then below is a list of various solutions that will help you fix these game problems or at least make the game more playable. Here are the known solutions to these problems:
- Set “run as administrator” by default, and do not right-click each time to select;
- Go to the path C: \ Program Files (x86) \ Origin \ Origin.exe
- Right click the “Properties” tab, “Compatibility”, “Run as administrator” (click)
- Click OK.
- Go to C: \ Program Files ( x86) \ Origin Games \ STAR WARS Battlefront II \ starwarsbattlefrontii.exe
- Right-click, Properties, Compatibility tab, Run As Administrator (select)
- Move the STAR WARS Battlefront II folder from C: \ Users \ UserName \ Documents \ STAR WARS Battlefront II “, to the desktop, restart the computer and run the recovery tool.
- Here is another sequence of actions that you can try:
- Completely quit the system
- Press Win + R
- Enter in the field “% ProgramData%” (without the quotes) and click “OK”.
- Now open the Origin folder.
- Delete all files and folders in the Origin folder, except for LocalContent (do not delete this file).
- Press the Win + R key combination.
- Type in the field “% AppData%” (without the quotes) and click “OK”.
- This will take you to the “Roaming” folder that is inside the AppData.
- Delete the Origin folder
- Click on the word “AppData” at the top of the window.
- Open the local folder.
- Delete the Origin folder from here.
- Restart your computer and log in to Origin.
- Error occurred after reinstallation.
- Every time you uninstall and reinstall the game, restart the computer after uninstallation, before you begin reinstallation. In addition, be sure to move the “STAR WARS Battlefront II” folder from “C: \ Users \ UserName \ Documents \ STAR WARS Battlefront II” to the desktop. Finally, run the recovery tool after the new installation completes.
While this is all the known ways to deal with these problems. We hope that some of them, or a combination of them, helped you solve your problem.