dev error 6068 error is a software related problem and it has less likely to do anything with the computer’s hardware.
COD is one of the world’s most popular video games right now, and is a part of AAA games. Just like any other video game COD can also be vulnerable to errors as no game is glitch proof.
These days COD players are reporting an issue which turns of game right after you open it or sometimes after 10 minutes into the gameplay. It sends them back to their desktop, and Modern Warfare stops responding and shuts itself down in the meantime.it can be pretty frustrating coming across such type of error, but don’t worry, we have several solutions for you that will fix this problem.
dev error 6068 error is a software related problem and it has less likely to do anything with the computer’s hardware. This error can be caused by a corrupt DirectX installation on your System. It can also be caused by an outdated Windows, System Drivers, and non-optimal settings for the game. This error results in crashing/freezing of the game.
We have potential solutions for this problem like
1-Update your Windows:
Some games face these errors because of windows updates. Installing windows updates may help in resolving this issue. So, go to your settings and update your window.
Try updating your game’s software it might fix the error for you.
Dev error 6068 can also be fixed by modifying the videomemoryscale option. By, modifying the videomemoryscale option we mean to change the value of videomemoryscale. You can do this by following this method:
-Open up your File Explorer.
-Go to Documents\Call of Duty Modern Warfare\players
-Open adv_options.ini file using Notepad.
-Find the line that says VideoMemoryScale and change the value to 0.5.
2-Forcing the game to re-update:
Forcing your game to re-update is a potential fix to this problem. This potential solution deletes individual files within the main Call of Duty Modern Warfare installation folder. You can force your game to re-update by following these following steps:
Close Call of Duty Warzone game if you have it running.
Browse to your main Call of Duty Modern Warfare installation folder. The default is usually located in C:\Program Files (x86) but it can be different if you have a different installation path.
-Once you’ve found the Call of Duty Modern Warfare folder, open it.
–Delete all files within the folder except Blizzardbrowser, Data, and Main.
-Restart the game by launching it from a Battle.net client.
-Once you get the error saying that the game is corrupt, proceed with the update option.
3-Deleting the data folder:
If the error is not fixed after the force re-update try deleting the data folder. Deleting only the data folder and leaving the rest of the folders and files might fix the problem. You can delete the data folder by following this method:
Browse to your main Call of Duty Modern Warfare installation folder. The default is usually located in C:\Program Files (x86) but it can be different if you have a different installation path. Open the COD folder.
-Delete all files within the folder except Blizzardbrowser, Data, and Main.
4-Lower your game’s FPS:
Lowering the Frames Per Second (FPS) of a fast action game like Warzone is hardly a solution but if you are desperate for a fix for Dev Error 6068, this is worth trying. It’s possible that your machine may be unable to handle the current FPS settings.
Try lowering the FPS of the game by doing the following steps:
-Open Nvidia Control Panel.
-Select Manage 3D Settings.
-Go to Program Settings.
-Select the game from the list and set vertical sync to Adaptive Half Refresh Rate.
-Make sure to confirm the changes and restart the game.
-You can also disable the Nvidia overlay or Geforce experience if possible.
5-Run your game as Administrator:
Surprisingly, running your game as an Administrator is a solution in some of the cases. COD needs admin privileges to access some files and services. If it is not given admin privileges, then it can result in the Dev error 6068. In that case, launching the game with administrative privileges may solve the problem. You can do this by following these simple steps:
Open the Battle.net launcher and open the Call of Duty window.
Then click on Options.
Now click on “Show in Explorer”.
Now in the Call of Duty folder, find and right-click on Call of Duty file (the file with .exe extension).
Now, in the sub-menu, click on “Run as an administrator” and check if the problem is solved.
6-Set the Priority of COD’s Process to High:
It can be bad idea to play with computer’s process management system but it can be a potential fix in some of the cases because games like COD need more priority than other running processes. Changing the priority of COD’s process to High Priority may solve the problem.
Right-click on the Task Bar and then click on the Task Manager
Now find and right-click the process of the Call of Duty and then in the menu, click on Go to Details
Now in the Details tab, right-click on the Call of Duty process (which should already be highlighted), now in the menu displayed, select Priority and then in the sub-menu, click on High.
Now check if the game is operating fine.
7-Scan and Repair the Game Files:
The dev error 6068 can also appear if the call of duty’s game files are corrupt. In this case just scan and repair the game files and hopefully it will solve this problem. For illustration, we will discuss the process for Battle.net launcher:
Open the Battle.net launcher and click on Call of Duty.
Now click on the Options menu (under its title) and then click on Scan and Repair.
Then click on the Begin Scan.
Now your games files will be scanned and missing/corrupted files will be downloaded (if any).
After completion of the scan and repair of the game files, check if the problem has solved.
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