How to Fix SnowRunner Crash Error code 1455

It seems that the newly released SnowRunner game is causing plenty of issues to the players and most importantly to PC players like game lag or frame drop or crashing or installation error, etc. While some of the players are encountering game startup crashing issues and the SnowRunner shows Crash Error code 1455. Now, if you’re also facing the same issue on your PC, then don’t worry as we’ve shared a couple of possible workarounds below that should fix the particular error code.

The next-gen off-road driving simulation video game SnowRunner offers better gameplay, graphics, challenges, and a bunch of vehicles to customize and run freely. However, due to the crashing error, players are getting irritated and developers should work this issue as early as possible. As the game is new in the market, it’s expected that there will be some bugs, and devs will fix most of them quickly. Meanwhile, if you don’t want to wait further, you can manually follow some of the steps below to fix it.

How to Fix SnowRunner Crash Error code 1455

In terms of the troubleshooting guide, we always recommend some of the common but useful tips before heading over to the methods below. First of all, make sure that the SnowRunner game is properly installed and updated to its latest version. Additionally, you can also check whether the Epic Games launcher is updated or not. Finally, check the internet connection and jump into the guide below.

1. Restart your PC

By rebooting your Windows system, most of the users can easily fix plenty of issues like any bug, glitch, stutter, etc. So, if in case, your game is conflicting with some running application or any software glitch, make sure to restart your PC at first.

  • Go to Start > Click on Power icon > Select Restart.
  • It may take some time to reboot your PC.
  • Once done, restart the Epic Games Launcher and try running the game.

2. Delete Cache

  • Press Windows + R key to open up the Run dialog box.
  • Now, type %temp% and hit Enter.
  • Here you will get a bunch of temporary files.
  • Select all files and press Delete or Shift+Del (permanent delete) to remove all files.
  • Keep in mind that some of the files may not be deleted. Just skip them.
  • Once done, restart your PC and check the game again.

3. Verify Game Files

Some times the installed game may have some missing or corrupted game files that you can’t understand and the game may not be able to launch or run properly. In order to fix that issue, you can verify game files directly from the launcher.

  • Open Epic Games Launcher
  • Go to Library > Select SnowRunner
  • Click on Settings (cog icon)
  • Select Verify option
  • It may take a while to complete the verification process.
  • Once done, restart your Epic Games Launcher and try running the game.

4. Enable Vertical Sync (V-SYNC)

If in case, you’re facing lags or frame drops on your SnowRunner game then you should enable the Vertical Sync option. This feature can definitely fix the lagging or crashing issue.

  • Open the SnowRunner game > Go to Visual/Graphics Settings.
  • Turn on the Vertical Sync (V-SYNC) > Hit Apply/OK to save the changes.
  • Restart the game and check for the issue again.

5. Update Graphics Drivers

If you’re using the Nvidia graphics card then update the GeForce Experience app on your PC from the Nvidia official site here. But if you’re using the AMD graphics card on your system, then update the latest AMD Drivers from here.

6. Update Windows 10

  • Go to Start menu > Click on Settings
  • Next, go to Update and Security
  • Under the Windows Update section, you can see Updates available notice.
  • If not, then click on Check for updates. If available, simply download and install it.
  • Once done, restart your PC and launch the SnowRunner game via Epic Games Launcher.

7. Remove all overlay application

The overlay apps offer a bunch of useful features or options for pro gamers or multiplayer games. However, the overlay apps always run in the background that eats memory a lot and also can occur errors. So, if you don’t use these features, then you should disable the Nvidia GeForce Experience Overlay. Additionally, you can disable Discord Overlay, etc.

While Xbox Gamebar users can also disable it from Start menu > Settings > Gaming > Record game clips, screenshots, and broadcast using the Game bar. Additionally, you can go to Captures > Turn off Background recording.

That’s it, guys. We assume that you’ve found the guide useful. For any queries, you can comment below.

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