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UE4.22 video driver crash with raytracing enabled

I am using the latest nvidia driver with my RTX 2070 but UE4.22 keeps crashing when ray-tracing is enabled it keeps saying video driver crash is this an issue with UE4.22 or the latest nvidia drivers?

Product Version: UE 4.22
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asked Jun 01 '19 at 06:33 PM in Using UE4

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avatar image Davidaurecon Jun 06 '19 at 11:59 PM

Hi i'm having the same issue, I have a RTX 2080 with the latest drivers 430.86, and windows10 1809. Unreal 4.22.2 crashes when i enable ray tracing.

avatar image Altuan Jun 29 '19 at 04:06 PM

The same issue with RTX 2070. Couldn't find any answers.

avatar image Nizz2292 Jul 09 '19 at 10:00 PM

Hi, I am also having this issue with a RTX 2070, it worked fine before, which is very strange, please let me know if you solved this or any updates, thanks!

avatar image Davidaurecon Jul 09 '19 at 10:49 PM

Hi, a little update from our end. We are a big company and we are using a "More secured" version of Windows. We tried to install a " Normal" version of windows on the same machine with the RTX and Unreal and Ray tracing works ! so it must be something that is blocked in our custom security. I asked the IT but they said that directX 12 is allowed, so it must be something else that Unreal/DirectX needs to be authorize. Any ideas ?

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You need to be running a newer version of Windows...1903 ...it took me a lot of looking around to find that answer

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answered Jul 11 '19 at 12:15 PM

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avatar image Nizz2292 Jul 11 '19 at 07:14 PM

Hi, thanks for the reply! So I updated to 1903 and updated all GFX drivers, tried both studio driver and game ready driver. Working in Ureal 4.22.3

When I render a sequence in 720p its fine with raytracing, when I increase this 1080p, I get a driver crash? I am using RTX 2070, and rendered 1080p raytracing scenes before with no problem when I first tested things months ago, how strange, any ideas on this?

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