17 days ago - FatsharkJulia - Direct link

The BIOS update is the ultimate solution here, will ensure maximum compatibility with your Ryzen 5 and will benefit you outside of Vermintide 2 also. If you’d rather not update your BIOS, I’m happy to contact Steam and request that they issue you a refund.

17 days ago - FatsharkJulia - Direct link

Sorry to hear that. I don’t think updating the BIOS is too “out there”, it’s evident there’s some sort of rampant incompatibility between the Ryzens and some motherboards that requires a BIOS update. I recommend this because it’s proven to work successfully for many, many players with improvements outside of Vermintide 2 also. :slight_smile:

Ultimately there will be an underlying explanation for your PC crashing outside of Vermintide 2 itself, most likely hardware-related. I was hoping the BIOS could be the one-shot panacea that has worked for so many but in your case it’s likely to be a process of elimination.

I wish I could solve this immediately for you but that won’t be possible. You’ll want to check your overclocks, check for overheating, run the Windows System File Checker, etc. More information here: [PC] How to Resolve PC Crashes, Loss of Responsiveness or Blue Screens (BSOD) – Fatshark






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[PC] How to Resolve PC Crashes, Loss of Responsiveness or Blue Screens (BSOD)
Ensure the latest Windows updates are installed Perform a clean re-installation of your GPU drivers using the appropriate instructions...


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