Unreal Engine is exiting due to D3D device being lost. (Error: 0x887A0006 - 'HUNG')
Since the release of drivers 382.33 on the 22nd of May, several Unreal Engine 4 games have been affected by heavy system crashes that make playing such games impossible.
The issue I'm talking about is this one: https://issues.unrealengine.com/issue/UE-42280
The problem persists even after the release of the drivers 382.53 on the 9th of June.
The last working drivers seem to be 382.05 released on 4th of May.
As such, I would like to receive all possible information on this issue, on what is causing it and how to circumvent it if possible. Even more important, I would like to know if Epic Games is actively working with Nvidia to solve this issue at its source (like AMD should be doing, as stated here: https://community.amd.com/message/2802464 )
Thanks a lot!
Here's an open list of games experiencing (allegedly) the same problem:
Dead by Daylight
Friday The 13th - The Game
asked Jun 24 '17 at 08:18 AM in Bug Reports
Target Fix 4.17
This is still happening in version 4.18. This may help people working on this, as I got a clue as to what is going on when I solved this. My ancient laptop brought me here. I have a Toshiba laptop Win 10 w/ 4GB RAM with an AMD E1-1200 APU with Radeon HD Graphics 1.4 GHz (yeah, a pukie system that I use to test worst case scenarios). I get this error every time when my laptop is unplugged and is using battery only. When it is plugged in however, no issues whatsoever (except the awful lag that is expected). This may also be why some people are finding this issue intermittent. In the case of a desktop computer does one have good power with enough wattage to support their video card?
Had this issue trying to play Fortnite on Windows 7, this is how I was able to resolve it.
I had a bit of a hard time with it and verifying did not do the trick, after some failed attempts of finding the solution I got tired and just did all I could think of to remedy the issue.
What worked for me was:
Changing the registry settings for the graphics adapter to cause it wait a bit longer before crashing in case the adapter was halted, these are the DWORD I added:
I then installed the latest DirectX driver from the microsoft update site for Windows 7.
Link: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36805 (KB2670838).
In retrospect, probably just installing the driver could have solved it, but since I had already made changes to the registry, I figured I'd just modify it with the available values.
Hope this helps someone.
answered Apr 14 '18 at 10:53 PM
I install NVIDIA Nsight Graphics and it's work for me...
answered May 01 '18 at 10:29 AM
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