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How to Fix Forza Horizon Low Streaming Bandwidth Issue

Although the newly released Forza Horizon 5 title is the 12th main installment in the Forza series, it seems that there are a bunch of issues or bugs troubling players a lot. Meanwhile, plenty of affected players have started reporting that they’re facing the Forza Horizon Low Streaming Bandwidth Issue while either getting into the game or driving around. Now, if you’re also facing the same issue then make sure to follow this troubleshooting guide.

Multiple reports are also saying that whenever players hit a specific speed limit during driving cars, the game starts freezing a lot and players are getting an error message that says “Warning, Low Streaming Bandwidth”. Even some players have updated the game, rolling back the driver, performed a factory reset to the title didn’t help at all and the problem persists. Well, there are a couple of possible workarounds mentioned below that should come in handy.

How to Fix Forza Horizon Low Streaming Bandwidth Issue

According to several reports that surfaced on the Forza Horizon subreddit forum, some troubleshooting methods did help a lot of affected players. So, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into the guide below.

1. Check for the game update

Make sure to check for the game update because an outdated or buggy game version may cause several issues with the stability and gaming performance whatsoever. Try performing the update from the Steam client directly to check for the issue. If you’re not sure which is the latest patch version released by the developer, you can head over to the official Forza Horizon 5 game page and check for the latest patch notes.

2. Moving or Reinstalling the game on SSD

Try moving or reinstalling the game on the SSD storage rather than keeping it on the HDD (hard disk) because it may eventually slow down the game launching time and overall gaming performance up to some extent which may definitely trigger some issues. Plenty of players have resolved the same issue by performing this method. So, definitely try this out.

3. Run the game as an administrator

It’s also worth mentioning that running the Forza Horizon 5 game as an administrator may fix the connectivity or low streaming bandwidth issue most probably. To do so:

  • Right-click on the Forza Horizon 5 executable file on your PC. [If you don’t the shortcut file then head over to the installed directory of the game which should be like C: drive > Program Files > Steam > Steamapps > Forza Horizon 5 > Right-click on the Forza Horizon5.exe file]
  • Now, select Properties > Click on the Compatibility tab.

  • Make sure to click on the Run this program as an administrator checkbox to checkmark it.
  • Click on Apply and select OK to save changes.
  • Finally, reboot your PC to apply changes immediately.

4. Set Higher Priority

Try setting up the higher priority in the Task Manager section on your Windows computer to command the system not to mess with the Forza Horizon 5 game. To do that:

  • Press the Windows + X keys to open the Quick Link Menu option.
  • Now, click on Task Manager >  Click on the Details tab.
  • Find out the Forza Horizon5.exe file > Right-click on the Forzahorizon5.exe file.
  • Then click on Set Priority and select High Priority.
  • Once done, make sure to reboot the PC to apply changes.

5. Turn Off Antivirus and Defender Program

In most scenarios, it’s always better to turn off the defender firewall program or any other antivirus program temporarily on your Windows computer to check for the issue related to the game launching, game lagging, connectivity issues, etc. To do this:

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  • Click on the Start Menu > Type firewall.
  • Select Windows Defender Firewall from the search result.
  • Now, click on Turn Windows Defender Firewall on or off from the left pane.

  • A new page will open > Select the Turn off Windows Defender Firewall (not recommended) option for both the Private & Public Network Settings.
  • Once selected, click on OK to save changes.
  • Press Windows + I keys to open the Windows Settings menu.
  • Click on Update & Security > Click on Windows Security from the left pane.
  • Now, click on the Open Windows Security button.
  • Go to Virus & threat protection > Click on Manage settings.

  • Next, you’ll need to simply turn off the Real-time protection toggle.
  • If prompted, click on Yes to proceed further.
  • Additionally, you can also turn off cloud-delivered protectionTamper protection if you want.

That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, you can comment below.

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