What’s good, dawgs?! Today I’m talking about a problem that all of us Escape From Tarkov players know all too well: memory leaks. It’s a real pain in the a** when you’re in the middle of a game and suddenly, BAM, your game crashes. But no worries, homies, because I’m here to give you the 411 on how to fix this sh*t.
If you’re not familiar with what a memory leak is, it’s when your game uses up more and more memory over time until it crashes. And let me tell you, it’s a real b*tch. But there are a few things you can do to fix it.
First off, you can try updating your drivers. Sometimes old drivers can cause memory leaks, so make sure you’re all up to date. You can also try running the game in administrator mode, which can sometimes help.
If those things don’t work, you can try a few different fixes specific to Escape From Tarkov. One thing you can do is increase your virtual memory. This is basically like adding more RAM to your computer without actually physically adding it. You can do this by going to your computer’s settings, clicking on System, then Advanced System Settings, then Advanced, then Performance Settings, then Advanced again, then Virtual Memory, and then Change. From there, just follow the prompts to increase your virtual memory.
Another fix specific to Escape From Tarkov is to disable full-screen optimizations. To do this, right-click on the game’s icon and select Properties. From there, go to the Compatibility tab and check the box that says Disable fullscreen optimizations.
And finally, if all else fails, you can try a clean reinstall of the game. This can sometimes fix memory leaks and other issues.
So there you have it, homies. If you’re dealing with memory leaks in Escape From Tarkov, try updating your drivers, running the game in administrator mode, increasing your virtual memory, disabling full-screen optimizations, or doing a clean reinstall. With these tips, you should be back to playing without any issues. Peace out, dawgs!