Guilty Gear Strive Fatal Error Fix, Network Error, Crash At Startup, LowLevelFatalError, Application Load Error 3:0000065432, Crash Fix

Guilty Gear Strive Fatal Error Fix

Guilty Gear Strive has launched for PC and consoles except for the Xbox and gamers are loving the game. The PC version of Guilty Gear Strive is facing errors and issues like LowLevelFatalError, in-game crash, network error, Fatal Error, Application Load Error 3:0000065432, and more. I have listed the errors and issues that PC players are experiencing with Guilty Gear Strive along with their fixes and workarounds.

Guilty Gear Strive Crash And Fixes

Guilty Gear is a long-running fighting franchise and Guilty Gear Strive is the latest addition to it with a new art style that players are loving. While the game is quite optimized, Guilty Gear Strive PC is facing errors and issues like LowLevelFatalError, in-game crash, network error, Fatal Error, Application Load Error 3:0000065432, and more.

The following are the errors and issues that PC players are experiencing with Guilty Gear Strive along with their fixes and workarounds.

LowLevelFatalError, Fatal Error Fix

Guilty Gear Strive PC players are reporting that the game is crashing with a Fatal Error message. According to the players, Guilty Gear Strive crashes with Fatal Error msg either at launch or in-game. Here is how to fix Fatal Error.

For those of you facing the Fatal error or LowLevelFatalError [File: Unknown] [Line: 3934], the issue might be DirectX. Right-click Guilty Gear Strive in Steam > Properties > type ‘-d3d11 Now’ under Launch Options. Start the game and it should launch without crashing. If the error continues, try typing ‘d3d11’ under Launch options.

Another reason for the Fatal Error or LowLevelFatalError to pop up for Guilty Gear Strive could be the resolution. Go to the video settings and check the resolution scale. There is a chance that it’s set higher than 100%. If it is, then set it to 100% and the game will stop crashing. 100% is your native resolution, while anything higher is forcing your game to be rendered at a higher resolution than your display’s native resolution.

The GPU driver could be another reason for the Fatal error or LowLevelFatalError. Try updating or reinstalling the GPU driver and do a clean installation. This will fix the error.

For those of you facing the Fatal Error while playing, your GPU could be the issue. If the GPU is overclocked, then revert it to its default GPU clock even if it’s factory overclocked. In case the GPU isn’t overclocked, use MSI Afterburner and reduce the GPU clock by 100 MHz.

In case you don’t want to mess with the GPU clock, then try limiting the game’s max FPS. If you are playing at an unlocked FPS, then limit the game to 60 FPS. If you are targeting 60 FPS, then cap Guilty Gear Strive at 30 FPS. Open Nvidia Control Panel > Manage 3D Settings > Program Settings > select Guilty Gear Strive from the list or add it if it isn’t there. Turn on Max FPS Limit and set the number for the max FPS and apply the changes. This will reduce the GPU and CPU load and Guilty Gear Strive won’t crash with Fatal Error anymore.

Network Error Fix

Guilty Gear Strive PC players are reporting that they are unable to play online due to a network error. This network error is most probably occurring due to server-side issues. So wait for the devs to resolve it. Although, players can try resetting the Network Settings in Windows, restarting the router, or resetting the router. This should help you with the Network Error in Guilty Gear Strive.

Crash Fix

PC players are reporting that Guilty Gear Strive is crashing while in-game. Here is how to fix it. One reason for Guilty Gear Strive to crash is the use of 3rd party tools and software like MSI Afterburner or RGB software. Disable any third-party software you are using and also disable Steam Overlay and GeForce Experience overlay. This will fix the issue.

The resolution scaler for the game could be causing the crash. The game might’ve set the resolution scaler higher than 100%. Go to the display settings and make sure the resolution scaler is set to 100% and not above. This will stop Guilty Gear Strive from crashing.

Your GPU could be the reason why Guilty Gear Strive is cashing in-game. It’s either overclocked or old. If it’s overclocked, revert it to its default GPU clock. Otherwise, use MSI Afterburner and reduce the GPU clock by 100 MHz. In case you don’t want to mess with the GPU clock, try capping the game’s max FPS. See under “Fatal Error Fix” to see how to cap the Max FPS.

Application Load Error 3:0000065432 Fix

Guilty Gear Strive PC players are reporting that they are experiencing the Application Load Error 3:0000065432 error. To fix Error 3:0000065432, first, try giving the game admin rights. Right-click Guilty Gear Strives exe > Properties > Compatibility tab > check “Run this program as administrator” and hit apply.

In case the issue persists, your anti-virus/Windows Security might be blocking the game. Players can either disable real-time protection from the anti-virus or exclude Guilty Gear Strive’s folder from the anti-virus.

The process varies from anti-virus to anti-virus. For Windows Security, open Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & Threat Protection > click “Manage Settings” under “Virus & Threat Protection settings” > turn off “real-time protection”.

In case you don’t want to turn off anti-virus, players can just exclude the game’s folder. Open Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & threat protection > click Manage Settings under “Virus & threat protection settings” > click “add or remove exclusions” under “Exclusions”. Browse to Guilty Gear Strive’s install folder and add it. After that, verify game files and the error will be fixed.

Game Not Starting, Crash At Startup Fix

PC players are reporting that Guilty Gear Strive is crashing at launch or not starting at all. Here is how to fix the Guilty Gear Strive crash at launch issue.

Your anti-virus could be blocking important game files and causing Guilty Gear Strive to crash at startup. See under “Application Load Error 3:0000065432 Fix” on how to fix this issue.

Right-click Guilty Gear Strive in Steam > Manage > Browse Local Files. A new window will open, launch the game directly from its exe. Chances are, players will encounter an error similar to “vcruntime140_1.dll or MSVCP140.dll Was Not Found”. To fix the error, players need to the latest Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributables both x64 and x86 versions. This will fix the crash at launch issue with the game.

That is all for our Guilty Gear Strive fixes for errors and issues like the Fatal Error, in-game crash, Application Load Error 3:0000065432, network error, crash at startup, and more. If you are facing errors and issues with other PC games or your PC then also see our hub for commonly occurring PC errors and their fixes.

2 COMMENTS

  1. SMH. This PC port is a complete disaster. The worse I have ever seen in my book. I am well aware of OTHER awful PC ports, but I literally had to do the following 10x to get it to work: (Then it stops working for some strange reason)

    -Uninstall/reinstall the game
    -Turn off antivirus (Windows defender)
    -Change the graphics settings (-graphics-low when you right click the game and find the command option)
    -Delete the .exe start up files within the game folder and THEN verify the files
    -Uninstall/reinstall steam to a different drive.
    -Check to make sure your PC is to set to run your games using the GPU instead of the CPU
    FINALLY….set the game to launch with administrator privileges.

  2. None of these worked for me but I found a fix for my problem.

    – Go into device manager (press the windows key and type device manager.
    – Click on Sound, Video and game controllers.
    – Right click on any drivers in the list you aren’t currently using in the list. (mine were Nvidia high definition audio, Nvidia Virtual audio device, and Realtek(R) audio..
    – Click disable device. I left enabled only those specific to my headphones and microphone.
    – Try to launch the game.
    – Later feel free to add drivers back as you wish to try to find the offending one. I would disable it, and not uninstall completely just in case.

    My crashes would often be accompanied with the music in the game stopping entirely, or restarting the song currently playing. This music stuttering didn’t always cause crashes but seems to be related. If you are having similar problems I recommend this method.

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