How to Fix Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Crashing on Startup

How to Fix Monster Hunter Rise- Sunbreak Crashing on Startup

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak is the new expansion for Monster Hunter Rise, unfortunately, many PC users are experiencing a crash on start-up. If you’re also experiencing the ‘crash on start-up’ issue, read on for tips on how to fix it.

Monster Hunter Rise: How To Fix ‘Crash on Startup’

Whilst Capcom is working on a patch to fix the issue, as of writing there is no official patch released. Here are a few ideas on how to fix it for yourself if the issue persists:

·        Restart your PC, a simple yet effective initial step

·        Close any additional windows/tabs

·        Check minimum spec requirements for Monster Hunter Rise and see if you meet them

·        Check and update your drivers

·        Disable the firewall

·        Verify that the Sunbreak files are on Steam

·        Close background tasks

·        Check for a Windows update

Monster Hunter Rise: Minimum Requirements

Here are the minimum requirements recommended from Steam for playing Monster Hunter Rise:

·        OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)

·        Processor: Intel Core i3-4130 or Core i5-3470 or AMD FX-6100

·        Memory: 8 GB RAM

·        Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030 (DDR4) or AMD Radeon RX 550

·        DirectX: Version 12

·        Network: Broadband Internet connection

·        Storage: 36 GB of available space

How To Update Graphics Drivers

To check your drivers are up to date follow these steps:

Device Manager > Display Adapters > Search automatically for drivers > install any new drivers found > reboot the PC.

How To Perform A Clean Boot

Press Windows + R > type ‘msconfig’ to open System Configuration > Services > Enable ‘Hide all Microsoft services’ > Disable all > Apply > OK > Startup > Open Task Manager > Startup Tab > Disable anu services that have a high startup > Reboot

How To Verify Files On Steam

This is to check for any corrupted files through initial download on Steam. To verify the files and replace corrupted ones you must:

right-click Monster Hunter Rise from your library> Properties > Verify Integrity of Game Files > Restart the game.

How To Disable Windows Firewalls     

This should only be a last resort if the other methods fail, and you don’t want to wait for an official patch from Capcom:

Settings > Update & Security > Virus & Threat Protection > Manage Settings > Turn Real-time Protection off > Launch the game.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous Article
monster hunter rise sunbreak prized pelt

Where To Farm The Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Prized Pelt

Next Article

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Centuria Ore - How to get, where to find

Related Posts