The latest issue is Warzone Memory Error 0-1766, a game-breaking error that consistently plagues Xbox users. Even after months of fixes and patches, Warzone is still a buggy mess, and as usual, we're coming to the rescue to help fix the Warzone keeps crashing my Xbox bug. What is Warzone Memory Error 0-1766 on Xbox? Why does it happen, and how do you fix Warzone Memory Error 0-1766? We've got the scoop!
Raven, Raven, Raven, what are we to do with you? Over the last week, more and more players are complaining about Warzone Memory Error 0-1766, which more or less breaks Warzone on Xbox. It seems that since Warzone Season 3: Reloaded has come out, another game breaking bug is here, and it hasn't gone away. Well, at least not yet... Player's still seem to be screaming "Warzone keeps crashing my Xbox!"
Seriously, this is getting crazy. Well, I suppose that's why EarlyGame exists: to help fix games when the developers are out of the house. This Reddit user reported the Warzone Memory Error 0-1766 issue about a week ago (as of writing). It's still a problem, and many Xbox's are struggling with a broken Warzone. That is a bit of a problem, right? So what's going on?
What is Warzone Memory Error 0-1766?
Warzone Memory Error 0-1766 crashes the game after the installation of the latest update. Warzone repeatedly crashes, kicking players out of their games, and sometimes forcing a pretty serious shutdown of players' Xbox's. The Error code Memory Error: 0-1766 is shown upon the game's crash. The issue seems to be somewhat related to the latest Warzone update, although the Warzone Memory Error 0-1766 does not have a known cause as of writing.
We're about to jump into the solution for Warzone Memory Error 0-1766, but before we do, here are some other common Warzone issues you might want solutions for...
- How to Fix Dev Error 6034 & Copying Add-on in Warzone Season 2: Reloaded
- How to Fix Error Code Savannah in Warzone
- How to Fix Warzone Not Showing Friends List Online Bug
How To Fix Warzone Memory Error 0-1766
- Close any games that are running in the background.
- Clear your Mac Address from advanced network settings.
- Try toggling HDR off, some players have found that this has worked.
- Scale down the resolution to 1080p, this could resolve it (at least until there's an official fix).
- Use Command Prompt to run a scandisk and then follow the necessary steps to fix the problem. This system works pretty well, but is complicated, so follow the video below.
Well, there you have it. A few fixes to Warzone Memory Error 0-1766. Hopefully one of these does the job for you, and you will no longer be left screaming "Warzone keeps crashing my Xbox!" If not, though, hang in there for the inevitable patch that should (hopefully) set things right.
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