Troubleshooting Guide To Fix MotoGP 19 Fatal Error Crash On PC
Solution 1: Restart Steam and Uninstall Comodo Antivirus
- Exit out of Steam and restart your PC
- Launch the Police Simulator Patrol Duty after the system restart.
Also, try to update or synchronize your game data with Steam to fix Fatal Error. If you have Comodo Antivirus which also is the cause of Fatal error, uninstall the Comodo Antivirus, restart your PC and launch the game.
Solution 2: Uncheck All Options Under Lan Setting to Fix Fatal Error
- Type in control panel in the Windows search box and open Control Panel
- On the Control Panel screen type in Proxy in the search box and click on Configure proxy server
- Click on LAN Settings under the Connections tab
- Uncheck all the options if any options are checked, click on OK.
- Restart your PC and launch the game.
Solution 3: Make a Change in Regedit to Fix Fatal Error
- Press Windows + R key to the open Run box, type in regedit in the run box and click on OK
- Copy and paste Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Valve\Steam\ActiveProcess on the top space as shown below and hit Enter.
- Make a right click on the right side of the screen and select New and then click on DWORD (32-bit) Value as shown below:
- Now rename the DWORD file as offline and make a right click on it and click on Modify and change the hexadecimal value to 0 and hit OK
Solution 4: Verify The Integrity of MotoGP 19 Game Files In Steam
- Open Steam
- Go to the Library section, make a right-click on MotoGP 19 game and click on Properties from the menu.
- Select the Local files tab and click on the Verify integrity of game files…
Solution 5: Run the MotoGP 19 As An Administrator
Make a right-click on MotoGP 19 desktop shortcut. If you don’t have one, look for the MotoGP 19 exe file in the executable file in the game installation folder.
When you make right click, select Properties, click on the Compatibility tab and check the box at the bottom under settings where it says Run this Program as an administrator and Click Apply and OK.
Solution 6: Allow MotoGP 19 to Your Antivirus Program
Add MotoGP 19 exe file to Windows Security through Controlled folder access. If you have any other antivirus, make sure to add MotoGP 19 to allow list and also try running the game as an administrator.
Type in Windows Security in the windows search box to open Windows Security.
Select on Virus & threat protection
On the next screen under Ransomware protection click on Manage ransomware protection.
Under Controlled folder access, click on allow an app through Controlled folder access
and then click on Add an Allowed app and select Browse all apps to add MotoGP 19 exe.
Solution 7: Do Not Overclock GPU, Disable VSync
If you are Overclocking or Turbo Boosting hardware in your computer, then we suggest resetting the processor or GPU to the manufacturer specifications, as doing so may prevent any crashing and freezing. Also, try disabling Vsync.
Also, disable Intel Turbo Booster from BIOS settings and in case you are not able to figure out contact your system manufacturer.
Solution 8: Update Windows
Open Windows 10 setting by pressing Windows + I key on the keyboard, then click on Update & Security, now click on Check for updates to update Windows 10.
Windows 7 users can install Windows 7 sp1 platform update. Windows 7 Users use this link to update.
Solution 8: Make Change to Rendering Scale
Few players were able to resolve this issue by changing the rendering scale value. Visit this link to see the discussion in the Steam community.
Solution 9: Uninstall And Reinstall MotoGP 19
- Launch Steam
- Go to the Library Section
- Make a right click on the MotoGP 19 game and select Properties from the menu
- Select the Local FILES tab and click UNINSTALL… button