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8 way to fix  Valorant   Crashing


Update your graphics drivers:


Outdated or incompatible graphics drivers can often cause crashes in games. Make sure you have the latest drivers installed for your graphics card.

 Verify game files


In the Riot Games launcher, click on the Valorant game, then click on the gear icon and select "Verify" to check for any corrupted or missing game files. If any issues are found, the launcher will attempt to fix them.

Check your system requirements:


Ensure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements to run Valorant. If your hardware falls below the recommended specifications, it could lead to crashes.

Close unnecessary background applications:

Running other resource-intensive programs in the background while playing Valorant can put a strain on your system, potentially causing crashes. Close any unnecessary applications to free up system resources. 🚫


Disable overclocking:


If you have overclocked your CPU or GPU, try reverting to the default clock speeds. Overclocking can sometimes make games unstable and lead to crashes. ⏰

Adjust in-game settings:


Lowering your graphics settings within the game can help reduce the strain on your system. Try lowering the settings to see if it improves stability. ⚙️

Check for software conflicts:

Certain software, such as antivirus programs or overlays, can interfere with Valorant and cause crashes. Temporarily disable or uninstall any unnecessary software to see if it resolves the issue. 🔧


Reinstall Valorant:

If none of the above steps work, you can try uninstalling and reinstalling Valorant to ensure a fresh installation of the game. 🔄