Since the release of Forza Horizon 4, there has been a lot of people reporting this game crashes frequently on their Windows computer. If you’re one of them, you may be very annoying. But luckily there has been some effective ways to fix this issue. Check out the list below:
Verify your game files
Step 1: Go to your Steam Library.
Step 2: Right click Human Fall Flat. Select Properties.
Step 3: Select LOCAL FILES, and then click VERIFY INTEGRITY OF GAME FILES…
Now run your game and test your crashing issue.
Reinstall your graphics driver
Perhaps your Forza Horizon 4 crashing issue is due to the problem graphics driver. To fix it, you should try clean uninstalling the driver. You can do this by using Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU, a utility used for clean uninstalling your graphics driver). Download and install this program, then follow its instructions to uninstall your graphics driver.
Once the driver is uninstalled, you should reinstall it. You can use Device Manager on your Windows system, or go to your hardware manufacturer website to find the correct driver manually. Either way, you should make sure the driver you get is correct and up to date.
Or you can use a driver updater. This is a more convenient option — it only takes a few mouse clicks to update a driver!
The driver updater we recommend is Driver Booster, because it’s powerful and easy to use, and you can use it to update drivers for free!
And what’s more, it provides a 60-day money back guarantee. So you can give it a try without taking any risks.
To use Driver Booster to update your graphics driver:
Step 1: Download Driver Booster and install it on your computer.
Step 2: Launch Driver Booster, and scan for driver updates.
Step 3: Update your graphics driver (click the update button next to it). Or click the red Update Now button to update all your drivers.
Note that the download speed is slow in the free version of Driver Booster. If you want to get rid of the speed limit and unlock its full features, you need to upgrade to its PRO version.
If updating to the latest driver can’t help you fix this issue, then you may need to try using an older one. If you are a NVIDIA user, it has been verified that the versions earlier than 419.67 can fix this issue. Try uninstall your current driver with DDU, and then install any of them and see if this helps.
Overclocked computer hardware may destabilize your system, so it’s more likely for you to experience game crashing issues. If you’ve overclocked your CPU (or GPU), try reset its clock frequency settings to default. Then test your Forza Horizon 4 game and see if this fix works.