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Green Hell Crashing at Startup, Won’t Launch or FPS drops: How to Fix

Green Hell is a survival simulator open-world based video game which is all set in the Amazon rainforest. The game has been developed and published by CREEPY JAR S.A & Forever Entertainment S.A. respectively in 2018. It’s available for Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch platforms. Though the game has been rated good on Steam, the PC players are getting it quite difficult to survive from the game issues or errors. The Green Hell Crashing at Startup, Won’t Launch or FPS drops, etc issues are one of them. If you’re experiencing the same, then check this guide.

There is no doubt that the game is good enough and offers better gameplay, graphics, missions, and more. However, that’s been always a big issue for the Windows PC players that almost each and every video game either comes with bugs or the latest patch update can cause bugs. Players are getting much frustrated when the game doesn’t even work well after updating the Windows OS or graphics driver version. If in case not updated yet, make sure to upgrade it first.

Meanwhile, it’s also worth mentioning that the game may not run properly due to the missing game files or any network related issues. Additionally, you should also check the game’s system requirements whether your PC configuration is compatible or not. We’ve provided the requirements below.

Green Hell Crashing at Startup, Won't Launch or FPS drops: How to Fix

Why Does Green Hell Keep Crashing?

Now, this crashing issue can happen due to multiple reasons as follows:

  1. Either your PC configuration isn’t compatible with the game requirements.
  2. An outdated Windows OS or graphics driver version.
  3. Issues with the DirectX version.
  4. Corrupted or missing game files.
  5. May be Windows Firewall or Antivirus is preventing the game to launch.

Minimum System Requirements:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
  • Processor: 3.2 GHz Dual Core Processor
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 660, Radeon RX 460 or equivalent with 2 GB of video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible

Recommended System Requirements:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
  • Processor: 3.2 GHz Dual Core Processor
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce 970, Radeon RX 580 or equivalent with 4GB of video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible

Green Hell Crashing at Startup, Won’t Launch or FPS drops: How to Fix

Now, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into the steps below. Keep in mind that both the Nvidia and AMD graphics drivers are well optimized for the Green Hell game. So, if in case, you haven’t updated your graphics driver yet, do this first.

1. 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.

2. Disable Steam Overlay

  • Open Steam on your Windows.
  • Head over to the Settings > Click on the In-Game option.
  • Click on the checkbox to disable “Enable the Steam Overlay while in-game“.
  • Once the checkbox mark is removed, click on OK.

3. Adjust Discord Settings

  • Launch Discord > Click on User Settings.
  • Select Voice & Video from the left sidebar.
  • Scroll down a bit and click on the Advanced.
  • Next, disable OpenH264 Video Codec provided by Cisco System, Inc.
  • Then disable Enable Quality of Service High Packet Priority.
  • Now, go to Overlay.
  • You can also turn off the in-game overlay.
  • Next, head over to Appearance.
  • Go to Advanced.
  • Disable Hardware Acceleration.
  • Once done, restart the system.

4. Adjust Nvidia Control Panel Settings

  • Click on Adjust image settings with preview under 3D settings.
  • Select Use the advanced 3D image settings.
  • Next, launch the Nvidia Control Panel.
  • Click on Manage 3D settings > Go to Global Settings.
  • Additionally, you can also adjust some of the other options:
    • Disable Image Sharpening
    • Enable Threaded Optimization
    • Use Maximum Performance for Power Management
    • Turn off Low Latency Mode
    • Set Texture Filtering Quality to Performance mode

5. Change AMD Control Panel Settings

  • Go to Global Graphics.
    • Turn off Radeon Anti-Lag
    • Turn off Radeon Boost
    • Use Application settings for Anti-Aliasing Mode
    • Set Anti-aliasing Method to Multi-sampling
    • Turn off Morphological Filtering
    • Disable Image Sharpening
    • Turn off Anisotropic Filtering
    • Use Performance mode for Texture Filtering Quality
    • You can also enable Surface Format Optimization
    • AMD Optimization for the Tesselation Mode
    • Wait for V-sync – Turn it off
    • Use AMD optimization for the Shader Cache
    • Disable OpenGL Triple Buffering
    • Turn off Maximum Tesselation Level
    • Set Graphics for the GPU Workload
    • Turn off the Radeon Chill
    • Disable Frame Rate Target Control

6. Verify Game Files via Steam Client

The Green Hell gamers on Steam can follow the below steps:

  • Open the Steam Library by logging into the account.
  • You can find the Green Hell game here.
  • Right-click on the game and click on Properties
  • Select the Local Files tab
  • Then click on Verify Integrity of Game Files
  • Wait for the process and then restart the game to check whether the issue has been fixed or not.

7. Uninstall Recent Windows 10 Update

A couple of days ago, Microsoft has released a new update for Windows 10 with KB4535996. So, this particular cumulative update for Windows 10 is quite buggy and causing so many errors or problems.

  • Go to Start menu > Click on Settings
  • Next, go to Update and Security
  • Click on View update history
  • Now, if you can see that there is an update having KB4535996 has been already installed. Make sure to uninstall it.
  • Here you will see Uninstall updates option on the top of the page.
  • Click on it and select the mentioned cumulative update version.
  • Right-click on it > Select Uninstall.
  • It may take some time to delete that update and your system may restart automatically.
  • Have some patience and you can also manually reboot your Windows PC (if required).

8. Remove Temporary Files

  • Press Windows key + R on your keyboard to open the RUN program.
  • Now, type %temp% and press enter
  • You will get a bunch of temporary files on a page.
  • Select all files by pressing Ctrl + A on the keyboard.
    Next, press Shift + Delete on the keyboard to remove all the files.
  • Some times some of the temporary files can’t be deleted. So, leave them as it is and close it.

9. Set Default CPU and Graphics Speed

As most of the users always want to use ultra-high performance from the CPU and GPU from the very first day. So, most of the users either buy an overclocked version or manually increased the overclocking speed. So, if you’ve also overclocked your GPU speed and after doing that you’re experiencing bottleneck or lagging or crashing related issues, just set it to default mode.

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You can also use the MSI Afterburner tool or Zotac firestorm application in order to lower the clocking speed. Once done, you can run the Green Hell game and check if the problem is fixed or not.

That’s it. We hope this guide was useful to you. You can comment below for any queries.

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