Fixing Mass Effect 3 (ME3) PC Crashes, Errors, Freezing, Lagging, Import Saves, Poor FPS, Black screen, No Sound, Desktop Crash, Direct X Error
Fix all Mass Effect 3 (ME3) PC crash problems, errors, freezing, how to import saves, poor FPS issues, no sound, and more with our list of solutions. ME3 has surely achieved record heights in opening and sales, with a minor setback on the bugs and glitches department. Once you get through and find a solid fix for the initial crash issues, it surely is worth all that trouble, as ME3 is guaranteed packed with action, adventure, and sci-fi goodness. We’ve managed to compile a list of solutions and fixes for ME3 crashes which you can run through. Let us know in the comments should you encounter other bugs and problems. We’re also open to suggestions!
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Extract to \BIOGame\Movies\ and run it.
Wait untill it complete ...when it is finishes close it.
Now play mass effect from the desktop shortcut.
Fixing Mass Effect 3 (ME3) Crashes, Direct X Errors, Freezing, Lagging, Import Saves, Poor FPS, Black screen, No Sound, Multiplayer CrashFirst things first, make sure your PC system meets the minimum requirements for Mass Effect 3. If you’re not sure of your PC specs, check this guide on how to check your PC specs.
Mass Effect 3 Crashes, Freezes, Lags
- OS = Windows XP SP3 / Windows Vista SP1 / Windows 7
- Processor = 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent AMD CPU
- Memory = 1 GB RAM for Windows XP / 2 GB RAM for Windows Vista and Windows 7
- Hard Drive = 15 GB
- DVD ROM = 1x Speed
- Sound Card = DirectX 9.0c compatible
- Direct X = DirectX 9.0c August 2008 (included)
- Input = Keyboard / Mouse
- Video Card = 256 MB (with Pixel Shader 3.0 support).
- Windows XP SP3 / Windows Vista SP1 / Windows 7
- 2.4+ GHz Quad Core or equivalent AMD CPU
- 2 GB RAM
- ATI 3850, Nvidia GTX260, or better recommended
Mass Effect 3 Crash Fix and Fixes to Errors, Freezing, Lagging, Import Saves, Poor FPS, Black screen, No Sound, Multiplayer Crash, Direct X Error
[Update #1] Mass Effect 3 Error: “Load Failed AWC.Dll Exe Loader”Thanks to Michael Gamble of the Bioware forums for this fix. This is actually from ME2, but we found it also works for ME3 as they run on identical engines: First, please take a look at the the installer for activation.exe. It can be downloaded here:
Please use following instructions on how to install it manually for users who do not have activation.exe on their machines after installing ME3:
- Install Adobe AIR if it’s not already installed
- Go to the Mass Effect 2 binaries subdirectory and see if EACore.dll and EACoreServer.exe exist. If not, find the EAAccessInstaller.exe file in your download directory, and execute it with the following parameters: EAAccessInstaller /s /dir “C:Program FilesMass Effect 3binaries” (With appropriate path to the ME3 binaries subdirectory)
- At this point, Adobe AIR should be installed, and EACore.dll and EACoreServer.exe should be in the ME3 binaries subdirectory.
- Download the activation.air file and run it.
- When activation.air asks you where you want to install the application, install it to the suggested location + “Electronic Arts”. For example, if the default install patch is “C:Program Files”, install it to “C:Program FilesElectronic Arts”.
- Launch the game
- Go to the ME2 binaries subdirectory again and open EACore_App.ini
- Make sure both paths to activation.exe are correct.
- Run EACoreServer.exe from the binaries directory, and then try launching the game again.
[Update #2] How to Fix Mass Effect 3 Direct X Internal Critical ErrorFollow these steps to fix this Direct X Error when trying to install Mass Effect 3:
- Go to C:Program Files (x86)Origin GamesMass Effect 3__Installerdirectxredist
- Delete all the contents of the folder except for the following files: