Warframe crashed because it could not get enough memory from your computer.


This might be because:

  1. - You may have customized virtual memory settings.

  2. - Your computer may not have enough free disk space.

  3. - You may have other programs running that are using memory.


Checking Your Virtual Memory Settings


Letting Windows manage your paging file is the safest option; you will want to make sure "Automatically manage paging file size for all drives" is set in your virtual memory settings.


Note: contrary to what you might have heard, using a paging file is not bad for performance. Google has plenty to say on this topic.


On Windows Vista and above:


1. Click Start, type SystemPropertiesPerformance (with no spaces), and press Enter.

2. In the Performance Options dialog box, click the Advanced tab.

3. Under the Virtual Memory heading, click “Change…”.

4. Check "Automatically manage paging file size for all drives”

5. Hit OK


Windows XP:


Here you can find the virtual memory settings window and set the paging file size for your system drive to “System managed size” and then click SET. (please make sure to click SET before clicking OK, otherwise the settings would not take affect).






Checking your hard drive’s free space



In general, we recommend keeping at least 20% of total disk space free on your system drive (or 10 GB whichever is larger) at all times.

Using this windows built-in utility, you can delete unnecessary files to free up more space in your system drive.

Checking for Programs Using Memory

1. Press Control + Shift + Esc to bring up the Task Manager

2. Click Processes tab

3. Click Memory (or mem usage) heading to find out the most memory consuming program running


Sometimes the easiest way to flush out running programs is to just reboot your PC!