Outriders Win64-Shipping.exe Error Solution

The Win64-Shipping.exe error in Outriders is one of a number of problems that people are encountering when trying to play the long-awaited demo of the game. The error is a nuisance, to be sure; it doesn’t help matters that the solution to the problem is a winding road, too. However, the important thing is that there is a way to solve it. We’ll be showing you the steps in our Outriders Win64-Shipping.exe Error Solution guide.

outriders win64-shipping.exe error solution
Outriders Win64-Shipping.exe Error Solution

How to Solve Outriders Win64-Shipping.exe Error?

To solve the Win64-Shipping.exe error in Outriders, there are several steps that you’ll have to go through. Think of it as a checklist; if one of these doesn’t work, go to the next step. Or try them all one after the other, whatever you think is best. Okay, so, the first thing that you need to do is make sure that your Windows installation is up to date. If it isn’t that might be causing the problem.

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The next step is to go to your firewall and/or anti-malware and/or anti-virus software, and make sure that the game’s folder is whitelisted. If it isn’t, change that. Then, verify the integrity of the game’s cache files. In case that the launcher has been quarantined or deleted for whatever reason, this will re-download it, so you’ll have to wait for a bit. It’s a process, but, well, what can you do?

Last, but not least, the Outriders Win64-Shipping.exe Error Solution might require you to run your DirectX and Microsoft Visual C++ installers. By that, I mean they all have to be up to date. You can follow this link to download the latest versions of Microsoft Visual C++.

Those are the potential solutions that we’re aware of. If you have any fixes of yours, let us know in the comments below. Inc ase you’re having trouble with something else, you can check out some of our other guides, such as How to Turn Off Motion Blur and How to Enable Crossplay.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. B
    Blood

    Did not fix it and this is the error im getting

    LowLevelFatalError [File:Unknown] [Line: 421] Retry was NOT sucessful.

    OUTRIDERS_Win64_Shipping!osdk::osPeerConnection::operator=()
    OUTRIDERS_Win64_Shipping!Nv::Blast::ExtStressSolver::getIterationsPerFrame()
    OUTRIDERS_Win64_Shipping!Nv::Blast::ExtStressSolver::getIterationsPerFrame()
    OUTRIDERS_Win64_Shipping!Nv::Blast::ExtStressSolver::getIterationsPerFrame()
    OUTRIDERS_Win64_Shipping!Nv::Blast::ExtStressSolver::getIterationsPerFrame()
    OUTRIDERS_Win64_Shipping!Nv::Blast::ExtStressSolver::getIterationsPerFrame()
    OUTRIDERS_Win64_Shipping!Nv::Blast::ExtStressSolver::getIterationsPerFrame()
    kernel32!BaseThreadInitThunk()
    ntdll!RtlUserThreadStart()

  2. U
    Uggi

    Still getting error. Only think i get the error on AMD threadripper and not on intel i9. Tried everything for 9 hours today. installed windows again, installed direct x web installer
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35
    as well as:
    1. runtime x86,
    2. x64
    3. arm64

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/the-latest-supported-visual-c-downloads-2647da03-1eea-4433-9aff-95f26a218cc0

    even did windws media function package in apps–> optional functions–> add function and media package

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