How to fix 60 Seconds Crash in Dark Souls 3?

If you are faced with crashes in Dark Souls 3 every 60 seconds it is necessary to expand your virtual memory. So we present information about how to do it in Windows 7 and Windows 8 OS.

Windows 7

  1. Press Start button and go to Control Panel
  2. Press System and Maintenance and choose System
  3. Press Advanced system settings
  4. Press Advanced tab > Performance > Settings.
  5. Press Advanced tab >Virtual memory > Change
  6. Press Custom and Initial size (MB) and Maximum size

Windows 8.1

  1. Open My Computer Properties
  2. Press System and then Advanced System Settings > View Advanced tab
  3. Press Settings displayed under Performance
  4. Press Performance Options and go to Advanced Tab
  5. Press Change button near Virtual memory
  6. Clear Automatically manage paging file size.
  7. Under Volume Label, press the drive that includes paging file you need to change.
  8. Press Custom size, type a new size in MB in the Initial size (MB) or Maximum size (MB) box, then click Set, and then press OK.
  9. Please, keep your motion Blur off.

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