DEVIL MAY CRY 5 KEEPS CRASHING: FATAL APPLICATION EXIT

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I've seen this problem all over, but none of the solutions are working for me.

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I get either HRESULT=0x887a0005 or HRESULT=0x887a0006. It's happening in mission 4 with V.

My specs are: Windows 10 x64 i7 4710HQ Gtx 860m (4GB) 16GB Ram

I've tried the oldest nvidia driver available for me as well as the most recent, 416.94 and 425.31 respectively.

I'm running the game as Admin and have tried different compatibility modes and dx11/dx12 settings in ini.

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Please help?

Edit: I went looking for an old driver through 3rd party websites and finally found one that works, 399.24. Try that if you have the same problem and can't update your driver because of an old/unsupported gpu


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· 3 yr. ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jcKQivmxuQ Try this


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Op · 3 yr. ago

I did try that. It's actually the only way I found to not have the screen completely dark.


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· 3 yr. ago
wall of text but here's hoping it helps! :)>

Hey, what graphics options are you using? You may want to try turning down the settings and going from there. This is especially worth doing because your Processor is only just about on par in some cases with the Minimum requirements and your Graphics Card doesn't meet the Minimum requirements for the game.

In particular, Devil May Cry 5 tends to eventually use nearly (and possibly more) 6 GB VRAM at 1080p Ultra settings and your graphics card has 4 GB VRAM. Over-commitment of VRAM can cause crashes in many games, alongside intermittent stuttering. I would advise testing your system on the Lowest settings possible at 1920 x 1080, with Resolution Scaling set to 100% and see if there is any improvement, if so, turning up settings one by one until you find the quality level that starts your crashes again will be your best bet.

Settings that may use high amounts of VRAM at higher settings or otherwise may be worth adjusting before other settings:

Resolution

Resolution Scaling

Texture Quality

Shadow Quality

Shadow Cache (when set to ON, will improve performance at increased VRAM usage)

Other things to try:

Switch the DirectX version to the version that offers you the best experience on your particular system, though this may not fix those particular errors you're having.

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