Problem with starting Paladins
Shadowpuppy last edited by
When there is no "force -d3d9" code, the game starts only when the D3D11 is deactivated.
What verson of DIrext X are you running.
D3D11 enabled is forcing DX11
With it disabled you are using what ever version is installed... I assume DX12
You probably have some visual feature turned on that your video card cannot handle correctly.. When you force DX9 that feature is not supported at all so it runns as expexted.
If it runs with DX11 disbales just usr it like that no reason to do anything further.
@Shadowpuppy In my pc there is the direct X 12.
Yes I have tried it now and I have it reinstalled from the pc itself.
If you mean the display version is: 10.0.18362.693 on 21/06/2006.
I have tried and I have an error that I am attaching to you through the image.
I tried and told me that the latest version is present on the PC.
I have searched all the files and they are present.
The current Intel driver has a release date of 3/25/2020.
Your picture doesn't appear to be under the Display adapters in Device Manager.
Please try again, but go to Display adapter and repeat step (3) and select Intel 620.
Show a picture of your device manager and expand your Display adapter.
Also a picture of your Driver Tab of the Properties.
U1324331193 last edited by U1324331193
@jhaglund I managed to update the latest version that was in the package that you left me as a download and for now it's all right, I am attaching the tab of the devices.
Update: trying to start Paladins, it always crashes because D3D11 is active in the game settings. The fact is that directX is already up to date.
I hope you realize that system is not meant for gaming. Non gaming systems are generally meant for office work, movies and web browsing. You will likely have to use a lower resolution and detail settings and still be unhappy no matter which direct X version is being used.
I don't want to discourage you but frankly don't get your hopes too high. Don't stop trying because of what I say - just telling you how it is.
Is there a reason you're unwilling to use the force-d3d9 option that you said appears to work? DX11 probably won't help much with the performance and might even make it worse - depends on the system.
To see if DX9 is really working good enough. Go into the shooting range and pick IO, use the ultimate. If it doesn't crash and you can see the ult then it will be down to playing with settings to get an acceptable frame rate.
@Vaporized I started Paladins with DX9 and with IO it's fine, even with the ultimate. (This obviously without that code)
Then just play with it like that. Leave DX11 disabled and forget about it.
Just curious, what's the FPS (press F9 in a match) and is it stable during actual match play?
Yes. I thank everyone for the help you have given me. Thanks a lot.
jhaglund last edited by jhaglund
Glad to see you got the driver updated.
Be sure you don't have any extra processes running. e.g., Skpe. Check your task manager and/ or go to your control panel and disable background apps, (Control Panel -> search Background Apps) switch them all off. Then Reboot.
There's a few more things to try. Try game after a reboot between each step.
The Direct X Web Installer will install any 'missing' files
Download DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer from Official Microsoft Download Center
The Dirext X redist (June 2010) installer will reinstall all Direct X files (except the couple of DX12 files),
and replace any corrupt files in the process
DirectX 11 Technology Update
(5): Try this DX installer:
You can browse your registry to:
Run > Regedit
Double click the key: Version
You'll see: 4.09.00.0904
Change to: 4.08.00.0904
Close and restart computer.
You are running Windows 10, 64-bit?
@jhaglund I did everything, all right. Only point 5 does not go, says that the page does not exist.
Yes, I use 64 bit Windows 10.
It should work. Works here.
Still no luck?
When you get the "crash" report window, what does it report now?