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    Fixing Matchpoint: Tennis Championships Crashing Issue and Black Screen Problem

    Although Matchpoint: Tennis Championships is new and fresh, we can’t ignore the flaws that came along with it. Additionally, some users have reported the Matchpoint: Tennis Championships crashing and a black screen appearing in-game before it abruptly ends. We have compiled a list of potential fixes for the black screen and Matchpoint: Tennis Championships crashing issue.

    Check Minimum Requirements

    If your computer is incapable of meeting the game’s basic requirements. The Matchpoint: Tennis Championships crashing issue might be inevitable. Check the game’s minimal specifications before purchasing it to determine if your system can even run it in order to combat this.

    Minimum Requirments

    • OS: 64-bit Windows 10
    • Processor: AMD FX-8300 / Intel i3-6100 (at 3,5 GHz) or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 780 3GB / AMD R9 285 2GB or better dedicated GPU (with at least 2GB dedicated VRAM)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 6 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Integrated or dedicated DirectX 11 soundcard
    • Additional Notes: DirectX Version 11 and Shader Model 5.1.

    Recommended Requirments

    • OS: 64-bit Windows 10 or higher
    • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 / Intel i5-7400 (at 3,0 GHz) or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD RX 590 8GB / Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB or better dedicated GPU (with at least 6 GB dedicated VRAM)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 6 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Integrated or dedicated DirectX 11 soundcard
    • Additional Notes: DirectX Version 11 and Shader Model 5.1.

    Run a clean boot

    You can run a clean boot to ensure that no third-party software is interfering with the game’s processes. It will also ensure that no extra resources are being used by the system. You can do that by:

    1. Press Windows Key + R
    2. Search msconfig
    3. Go to Services tab
    4. Click on Hide all Microsoft services box
    5. Click on Startup tab
    6. Open Task Manager
    7. Disable the unused tasks
    8. Restart the system

    Run Matchpoint: Tennis Championships as an Administrator

    Lack of administrative access can be responsible for the DNF Duel crashing issue. Try launching it in administrator mode.

    1. Right-click on the Matchpoint: Tennis Championships.exe file.
    2. Click on Properties.
    3. Open the Compatibility tab.
    4. Select the “Run this software as an administrator” checkbox.
    5. Save any changes you make.

    Verify File Integrity

    The game will crash if there is a problem installing the game files or if part of the files are corrupt. There is a quick and simple solution to fix this so you don’t have to reinstall the full game. Take these actions.

    1. Go to Epic Games Store
    2. Go to Library
    3. Open Matchpoint: Tennis Championships
    4. Click on the three dots (…)
    5. Click Verify

    Wait until the verification completes and relaunch the game to check if it still crashes at launch. Relaunch the game after the verification is finished to see whether it still crashes when restarted.

    Update the graphics card

    The game will crash upon starting if you are using an out-of-date GPU driver. If the Windows patch is updated to a sufficient version, update the GPU and sound drivers as well. With upgraded drivers, the game should function without crashing. The most recent drivers for AMD and Nvidia can both be accessed on their respective official websites.

    DirectX files issues

    Matchpoint: Tennis Championships is one of the games that can crash when launched after installing DirectX. Update DirectX to the most recent version if the game crashes when it starts up.

    Set Windows System to Best Performance

    Even if you aren’t using any demanding software or games and your hardware configuration is adequate, you should still set your Windows computer to run in Best Performance mode by eliminating any extra features or improvements if you’re experiencing performance issues. This is how you do it:

    1. Open Windows Search and set it to “Performance.”
    2. Modify Windows’ performance and appearance in Adjust option.
    3. Choose the option “Adjust for best performance.”
    4. Save

    It should be mentioned that turning on the best performance option would change the typeface design, alter the UI elements, and reduce the system’s graphical quality. Don’t worry, though. Simply go back to the previous options if this doesn’t work.

    Update your video card drivers

    If everything else checks out, the video card might be the issue. Please update to the most recent version of your driver as soon as possible. Here’s how to go about it:

    Press Windows + R.
    After entering “DxDiag,” click OK.
    When the DirectX Diagnostic Tool has launched, choose the Display tab.
    In the Device section, it is stated what the video card is called and who made it.
    Visit the manufacturer’s website to download the latest recent driver. Contact the driver’s manufacturer for assistance with upgrades. If the device is still covered by warranty, get in touch with the manufacturer.

    Conclusion:

    The game will operate smoothly and hopefully without crashes using the most recent drivers. The most recent drivers for AMD and Nvidia can both be accessed on their respective official websites.

    We sincerely hope that this information was useful in resolving the black screen and Matchpoint: Tennis Championships crashing issue. You can always try to seek assistance on the Epic website if none of the solutions work. Because the game is still relatively new, we have tips to help you if you run into problems with its Low FPS or save file location. Visit Retrology for more instructions and fixes for Matchpoint: Tennis Championships or other Epic Games.

    Izna Anjum
    Izna Anjum
    Just a human being who likes to spend time gaming, reading or watching anime. Nice to meet you.
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