Electronics Arts’ Titanfall is an amazing game, but just like any other out there, it comes with a lot of problems. One of them is the infamous ‘has stopped working’ error that we currently specialize in here at HSW. First off, let’s have a look at what somebody has been complaining about:
I just finished downloading Titanfall and i was really excited so i pressed play. In a second the game crashes and shows a white screen with black rectangles in the top left and bottom right corners or a screen with the first second of the ea logo on it with a message saying Titanfall.exe has stopped working.
As the user says, the problem obviously doesn’t consist in its poor specs, as he has the Lenovo G700 with the following specifications:
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- Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3230M CPU @ 2.60GHz 2.60GHz
- Installed Memory (RAM): 8.00 GB (7.88GB usable)
- System type: 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor
- Operating System: Windows 8.1
One of the most immediate solutions that you can try out is to get the latest patch for the game, as EA has been well aware of this problems and tried to sort out most of them with frequent updates. If that doesn’t solve your issues, make sure you’re running the latest versions of Windows and that you have downloaded the latest drivers, as well. Just go to your computer, and from there choose Device Manager and update what you think is outdated. However, there are users that have applied the patch and are still experiencing issues. Here’s what one of them has been saying:
Well, the new patch for Titanfall was released a bit ago. So I get on, and I successfully enter the title screen, and everything seems fine. I click play, SECOND it reaches the private lobby, It stops responding with the error message “Titanfall.exe has stopped working.” and crashes to the desktop. Help would be appreciated.
How to try and fix Titanfall ‘Has Stopped Working’ errors
You can try the following fix which was suggested on some forums: open up Origin, after that, navigate to the “My Games” Tab, on the top. After that, right click Titanfall and select “Check for Updates”. Hopefully, this will make things right for you. If this hasn’t solved, go ahead and try the following:
- You need to install Titanfall shaders from beta, so you need to follow this link
- After that, just copy the folder inside the archive into Titanfall folder
- Click “Replace all”
The reason for why you should be doing this is the following:
You should only install beta shaders on clean game and nothing more. Also when Origin updates Titanfall, it deletes beta files that you installed before, so you need to reinstall beta shaders after each patch, each update and each “repair game” action
Hopefully, the solutions provided above have solved your problems. Leave your comment below and let us know if it’s so, if not, then we’ll try to find together some more workarounds.