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Mortal Kombat XI

Release date: April 23, 2019
Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

How to Fix Errors, Bugs and Crashes in Mortal Kombat 11

Check out this quick guide to learn how to run the game without any bugs and crashes
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Fighting game Mortal Kombat 11 released for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch – all at the same time. Some gamers liked the technical aspects of the game, while the others complained about frequent crashes or even errors while starting the game. You can wait for the release of new patches, or just follow our instructions to fix all the issues.

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Crashes While Starting

Grim fact: Mortal Kombat 11 is not compatible with many third-party applications, including MSI Afterburner, SteelSeries Engine, and other keyboard and mouse software. Try to shut all these programs down and try to start the game without them working.

But it’s not a solution for everyone. If shutting down third-party applications doesn’t help, try another method.

Find RGB parameters in ‘UserSettings.ini’ file and turn them off:

[META]

FILE_VERSION = 108

[GENERAL]

DirectInput = on

HardwareCursor = off

RoundTime = 90

RoundToWin = 2

CinVolume = 1.00000

EnvVolume = 1.00000

MusVolume = 1.00000

ANNOVolume = 1.00000

SFXVolume = 1.00000

SpeechVolume = 1.00000

VoiceVolume = 0.00000

VoiceOff = 0

Contrast = 0.00000

Gamma = 2.80000

Display Brightness = 1.00000

ScreenAdjust = 1.00000

HDRSetting = 2

TournamentModeOptions = 110

TorunamentModeEnableArenas = 4294966527

TournamentRoundTime = 90

DRCPresetSetting = 2687712814

FirstBoot = 0

StoryDifficulty = 2

GameLanguage = 0

StoryLanguage = 0

AudioLanguage = 0

RGBPeripherals = off

RGBKeyLighting = off

[GFXSettings]

DisplayNumber = 0

VideoMode = 2

Mortal Kombat 11 is not running. How to fix that?

Open a hidden ‘AppData’ folder in system disk, but first you need to go to Windows settings and allow showing hidden files and folders. Then, open Local Disk C, ‘Users’ folder, and go to ‘Admin’ (or it will be your name). There you’ll find this ‘AppData’ folder. Open ‘MK11’ folder and find ‘Usersettings.ini’ file. Find ‘RGBPeripherals’ and ‘RGBKeyLighting’ lines, and put ‘off’ at the end of each line to turn off both functions.


John Davis