How to Fix Fallout 4 Long Loading

Fallout 4 is very popular because of its stunning gameplay feature. Some users are facing the Fallout 4 long loading error because of the hardware or software problems. In this article, you will get to know the steps to fix Fallout 4 long loading error on your system.

  • Open in Windowed Borderless mode
  1. Open the Steam application.
  2. Press on the Library menu.
  3. Now, you can see all the games.
  4. After that, you need to right-click on the Fallout 4 column.
  5. Press on the Properties option.
  6. After going into the properties menu, go to the General option.
  7. Press on the Set launch options button.
  8. You need to start setting up the open options to “-windowed –noborder.”
  9. Click on the OK button.
  10. You need to press on this option for saving the changes you have done.
  11. Open the Fallout 4 once again after starting the system once again.
  • Remove the FPS Cap
  1. Go to the Graphics settings tab through the Options button.
  2. It is located in the menu list.
  3. After going in the graphics, find the Maximum Frames Per Second option.
  4. Start the game once again.
  5. Now, you need to check whether this issue is fixed or not.
  • Disable Steam Cloud Saves
  1. After that, you will get the game at the left-hand pane.
  2. You need to right-click on the Fallout 4 column.
  3. Press on the Properties options.
  4. After going in the properties menu, press on the Updates option.
  5. After that, unselect the Enable Steam Cloud Synchronization option.
  6. Start saving the changes and close the window.
  7. You need to start the system again.
  8. Open the game.
  9. You need to check if the error is still occurring or not.
  • Disable Vsync
  1. Open the Fallout 4 game.
  2. Press on the Options button.
  3. It is located on the menu list.
  4. After that, press on the Video menu.
  5. After that, choose the Graphics option.
  6. After going in the Graphics, menu clicks on the Vsync option.
  7. Now, you need to disable the Vsync option.
  8. You have to save the changes you have done and close from the Vsync menu.
  9. Start the system once again.
  10. Now, you need to check if the Fallout 4 long loading is fixed or not.
  • Remove the FPS Cap
  1. Go to the Graphics settings tab through the Options button.
  2. It is located in the menu list.
  3. After going in the graphics menu, find the Maximum Frames Per Second option.
  4. Start the system again.
  5. You need to check whether this issue is fixed or not.
  • Disable Steam Cloud Saves
  1. The games will be provided at the left-hand corner of the pane.
  2. You need to right-click on the Fallout 4 column.
  3. Press on the Properties menu.
  4. After going into the properties menu, you need to press on the Updates option.
  5. Unselect the Enable Steam Cloud Synchronization option.
  6. Start saving the changes and close the menu.
  • Edit Fallout 4 preferences
  1. Find the Fallout 4 installation files located in the directory.
  2. After that, find the ini option.
  3. You need to right-click on the ini option.
  4. Launch that option with the Notepad.
  5. Start editing the Notepad.
  6. Start adding the given lines given below the General option.
  7. Start saving the changes you have done.
  8. Close the Notepad menu.
  9. You need to check whether this issue is fixed or not.

Source:- https://mofficecomoffice.com/blog/how-to-fix-fallout-4-long-loading/

Mia Davis is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet, utility software and new media. She writes for Microsoft products at office.com/setup.

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