Among all zombie game-series Resident Evil franchise is one of the best. We can even say that it is like a parent of all other genres you played for the last (almost) 20 years. This time the seventh part of the series was called Biohazard as it’s called in Japan. First-person survival shooter represents something new in Resident Evil as all other installations were made as third-person ones. So, from today release we have already received tons of different complains and messages with solving different game errors. We are glad to present solutions for Crashes, Errors, Stuttering, Freezes, Black screen issues in Resident Evil 7 Biohazard PC.
Most of errors related to Resident Evil 7 Biohazard can regard to usual problems with drivers. So, if you are facing with any error that arises in game, be sure to upgrade all your drivers. To do this, we advice to user special tool Driver Scanner. Download it and press on “Scan For Drivers” in order to find out what drivers are old in the nedd of their upgrade. And now, let’s talk about issues that arise in Resident Evil 7 Biohazard.
How to fix Black screen on Starup Resident Evil 7 Biohazard?
Check whether you video card driver is updated. If not, see the clue above.
How to fix Missing Executable file error in Resident Evil 7 Biohazard PC?
Check integrity of game cache file on Steam.
Whitelist your game in your antivirus software.
How to fix Lags in Resident Evil 7 on Laptop?
Check whether your laptop meets the game requirements.
Turn on GPU option on dedicated graphics card.
How to fix Resident Evil 7 Doesn’t launch?
Check integrity of game cache file on Steam:
- Open Steam Library.
- Right click Resident Evil 7 and select Properties option
- Open “Local Files”
- Press “Verify Integrity of the Game cache”
How to fix stuttering in Resident Evil 7?
- Update video card driver.
- Turn off the following functions: Vsync, Dynamic Shadows and Shadow Cache
- Change ambient occlusion to SSAO
How to fix Save Data issue in Resident Evil 7 Biohazard?
- Unplug your controllers before saving and after plug them back
- Press Alt+Tab to go to windowed mode and then press this combination again to turn back to full-screen mode