TslGame.exe application error when trying to launch PUBG

When trying to launch PUBG, sometimes it crashes with the error “TslGame.exe”. In the overwhelming majority, the application error is related to system errors, namely, it is associated with insufficient memory. It looks like this: “The instruction 0x3fcceadd referenced memory at 0x00000000. The memory could not be read “(The instruction 0x3fcceadd refers to memory at address 0x00000000. The memory could not be read). Many players have solved this problem in several ways.

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Solution # 1

Perform the following steps one at a time.

  1. Reboot your PC.
  2. Before restarting the game, close all programs (i.e. all extraneous software: torrent, antivirus, etc.) so as not to overload traffic and free up RAM.
  3. Run the Steam client on behalf of the admin.
  4. Check the game files for integrity. The sequence is as follows:
  • Launch Steam -> Library.
  • Find PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS and RMB open the tabs. You need to go to “Properties”.
  • Next, go to “Local Files”.
  • Click Check Integrity of Cache (or Game Files).
  1. Wait for the completion of the verification process and start the game.

Solution # 2

This instruction should help to solve the problem: TslGame.exe application error when starting PUBG.

  • Click Start / Run. Enter regedit at the command prompt. Click OK.
  • Find and then click the following registry key:
  • Next, the “Edit” menu – the “New” / “DWORD32 value” item. You need to name it:
  • Press ENTER.
  • Right-click on the new value “PoolUsageMaximum” and click to change the data field “Value to 60”.
  • Click Decimal and then OK.
  • At the same address: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Control \ Session Manager \ Memory Management. Search by name.
  1. If the PagedPoolSize registry entry does not exist, create it. In the “Edit” menu, select “New”, then click the DWORD32 value and name it “PagedPoolSize”. Then confirm the command by pressing “ENTER”.
  • Now in the same REGEDIT go to: HKLM \ System \ CurrentControlSet \ Control and create a new DWORD32 key value named “RegistrySizeLimit”. Right click on it and click change the data value with OxFFFFFFF.
  • Press ENTER.

After all that has been done, restart your computer. There should be no memory problems now. Start the game! Perhaps you can find other ways to solve the problem here: 


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