Hardware Failure

WARFRAME DETECTED A PROBLEM WITH YOUR COMPUTER.

If you're seeing this page it could be for one of the following reasons:


1) IS YOUR CPU OR GPU OVER-CLOCKED?

If you know that your system is over-clocked we shouldn't have to tell you that it can cause problems :) Please try running your system at its intended speed.

2) A DEVICE DRIVER MAY BE MALFUNCTIONING

Some drivers can cause problems for Warframe (and your computer in general!) The easiest way to run a quick check-up is Windows Update.

Sometimes you can get even newer drivers for your graphics card directly from the manufacturer (you should still run Windows Update, though!).

If you know your graphics card, please visit the appropriate link from the list below:

NVIDIA
AMD
INTEL

If you do not know the specs of your hardware, we suggest running a DxDiag on your computer. Learn how to here.

Finally, please don't run beta-versions of drivers while playing Warframe :)

3) YOUR SYSTEM MAY HAVE FAULTY RAM

A small number of computers have faulty RAM chips; as you can imagine this would cause all kinds of problems. You can test your RAM with a free tool from www.memtest.org

4) YOUR DISK MIGHT BE CORRUPT OR MALFUNCTIONING

Sometimes HDDs and SSDs can malfunction and if Warframe encounters a problem of this kind it will direct you here. You can check your disk for errors using Microsoft's instructions.

5) OVERHEATING

Is your computer getting too hot? When computers overheat all kinds of problems can start occuring -- even random reboots or system lockups.

6) POWER SUPPLY PROBLEMS

Do you have an adequate power supply? Some of the newest video-cards are hungry for power and if you can't keep them fed they will start to misbehave!


We want Warframe to work for you and this page is intended to get you in the game. If nothing here helps you please contact your computer manufacturer and see if they can help.