Jurassic World Evolution 2 technical problems


Jurassic World Evolution 2 technical problems

Master the profession of an amusement park manager in Campaign Mode and immerse yourself in a gripping original story from Jurassic World. In Jurassic World Evolution 2, you will see over 75 species of prehistoric reptiles, including flying and marine. They will fight for territory and supremacy among their relatives, reacting intelligently to the world around them and showing new forms of behavior.

Created by Jurassic World Evolution 2  - Frontier Developments. If you have technical problems with the game, then first of all check your PC for compliance with the system requirements.

If you yourself managed to find a solution to any problem, please help other users and write about your solution in the comments.

Important : Below are general guidelines and troubleshooting tips. The best way to fix the problem is to contact developer technical support .

Jurassic World Evolution 2 not full screen

Press ALT + ENTER. Check your game settings (windowed mode, resolution, etc.). In some cases, changing the refresh rate (in the Nvidia Control Panel) from 60 Hz to 59 Hz (click "Apply"), and back to 60 Hz helps. Another way: also in the Nvidia control panel go to the section "Adjusting the size and position of the desktop". In the upper right corner, click "Restore".

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Not saved

The path to the game should not contain Russian letters, only Latin.

DLL error in Jurassic World Evolution 2

Errors of the form: dll is missing, d3d11.dll, msvcp110.dll not found and others.

IMPORTANT : It is not recommended to download DLL files from third party sites in an attempt to replace your missing or corrupted DLL files. Use this option only as a last resort.

Common actions when a DLL error occurs :

  1. Reboot your computer
  2. Recover the deleted DLL file from the recycle bin (or use a file recovery program). Of course, this option will work if you deleted the file
  3. Scan your computer for viruses and malware
  4. Use System Restore (see instructions on the Internet)
  5. Reinstall Jurassic World Evolution 2
  6. Update your drivers
  7. Using the System File Checker in Windows 10 (see online instructions)
  8. Update Windows if patches are available
  9. Perform a clean install of Windows
  10. If the DLL error persists after a clean install of Windows, then the problem is not with the software, but with the components of your PC.

Errors with specific DLLs

MSVCP140.dll error message. You need to update / install the Visual C ++ package
This can be done at the link

If you have any USB controllers (or other devices) connected to your network, try unplugging them. Crashes on startup with crash module names ntdll.dll and EZFRD64.DLL can (in particular for the latter) be related to USB controllers or PS2 to USB adapters (for various games).

If you get api-ms-win-crt-runtime-l1-1-0.dll errors on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, Microsoft has released a patch to fix this problem.

If you receive an error message MSVCR120.dll, go to C: \ Windows \ System 32 and search for "MSVCR120.dll". Delete this file. Go to C: \ Program Files (x86) \ Steam \ steamapps \ common \ Jurassic World Evolution 2 \ _CommonRedist \ vcredist \ 2013 and run "vcredist_x64.exe". Then click "repair".

Microsoft Visual C ++ 2015 error

"The following component (s) are required to run this program: Microsoft Visual C ++ 2015 Runtime"
Install the missing library from Microsoft

Jurassic World Evolution 2 - BSOD or Blue Screen

BSOD usually means some kind of serious problem with your system that is not related to the game. Check your power supply first. If overheated, it will turn off. Also, if the system does not have enough power from it, then various errors are possible, including BSOD. Test other components of your PC. On the net you can find various utilities for checking memory, hard disk and video card.

Sound Errors / Missing Sound in Jurassic World Evolution 2

Tips for sound card problems

First of all, restart your PC, and then test the sounds in the operating system: click the speaker icon in the notification area (next to the clock) and click on the speaker slider.

If you do not hear any sounds, then right-click (RMB) on the speaker icon and go to " Playback devices ". Check the default sound source on the playback tab. RMB on it and select "Check". If there is no sound, then right-click on the icon and select "Detect problems with sound."

Sound can be heard in Windows, but not in the game :

Check the volume settings in the settings of the game itself. Update DirectX as well as sound card driver.

There is sound, but no voices :

There were problems with the voice files during installation. Check the integrity of the game files on Steam.

Troubleshooting tips for Creative sound card issues

Restart the Creative Audio Control Panel. Check the sound card settings in it.

Recommendations for Realtek Sound Problems

Restart Realtek Sound Control Panel. Check the sound card settings in it. In Realtek HD Audio Manager, switch the audio type from Quadraponic to Stereo.

Poor performance in Jurassic World Evolution 2

Follow our recommendations to speed up your computer. Install the most recent graphics driver. Reboot your computer. Lower the resolution and use a lower level of effects in the Jurassic World Evolution 2 settings. Do not use various accelerators and "boosters", as they may contain malware, and besides, their effectiveness is often almost invisible. While you run the risk of infecting your PC with a virus. Reinstall Windows. This method should be used only as a last resort, if other methods do not work. This can help, because over time, the operating system becomes overgrown with unnecessary services and unnecessary processes so much that applications are significantly slowed down. 

Jurassic World Evolution 2 black screen

A black screen as well as a white screen or other colors can mean different errors, but most often this refers to some problem on the part of the video card, and sometimes the source of the error is the RAM module. Also disable the overclocking of PC elements, provided that it is in use.

Recommendations for resolving this problem

Try running Jurassic World Evolution 2 in windowed mode

Windowed mode on Steam

  1. Open the Steam library
  2. Right click on Jurassic World Evolution 2, and open "Properties"
  3. Go to the "General" tab and click "Set launch options"
  4. Add -windowed
Windowed mode via .exe

  1. Right-click on the shortcut of the game on the desktop, and open "Properties"
  2. In the line "Object" after the quotes (") add" -windowed "
  3. "C: \ Games \ Jurassic World Evolution 2 \ Bin \ Win64 \ Jurassic World Evolution 2.exe" –windowed

Close video capture software

One of the reasons for the black screen may be video recording programs: Bandicam, PlayClaw, Flashback Express and others.

Additionally, applications that involve graphic effects can cause errors. For example: ReShade, Overwolf and others. Various modifications similarly can lead to an error. Remember the main rule: the fewer programs running simultaneously with the game, the better. Close all unnecessary.

RAM testing

Occasionally, the culprit of the problem is the PC's RAM.

  1. Test using a RAM test application.
  2. Try installing memory modules in different slots.
  3. If there are several modules in the PC, then try leaving only one.
  4. For detailed steps, see the instructions for testing memory.

Nothing happens after launching Jurassic World Evolution 2

Jurassic World Evolution 2 won't launch from Steam

Method 1: Restart the Steam Client

Method 2: Exit Steam and open the C: \ Program Files \ Steam \ directory (or which you specified when installing Steam).

Delete the files listed below

- steam.dll

- ClientRegistry.blob

Reboot your computer.

Then run Steam.exe from the Steam installation folder, not from the pre-existing shortcut.

Recheck the problem.

Attention . This procedure will not affect games already installed.

If the problem persists, check that your computer and network are Steam-optimized:

Programs that can interfere with Steam

Troubleshoot network connection problems

Download and install VC ++ 2013.

And other required libraries.

General recommendations

Try uninstalling Visual C ++. Then install Visual C ++ from the game folder:

  1. Open the Steam library
  2. Select Jurassic World Evolution 2 from the list
  3. Right click on the game and select "Properties"
  4. Select "Local Files"
  5. Select Browse Local Files ...
  6. Go to the \ _CommonRedist \ vcredist folder
If Jurassic World Evolution 2 does not start and no errors appear. If this is your first time launching the game, then just try to wait.

Recommendations from the developers :

Install the latest graphics card drivers

Make sure you are using the latest Nvidia PhysX (for Nvidia graphics cards) and DirectX.

Also make sure the option is set to "Application Controlled" in the Nvidia Control Panel settings.

Try to run the game as administrator :

  1. Go to the Steam Library
  2. Select Jurassic World Evolution 2 from the list
  3. Right click on the game and select "Properties"
  4. Select "Local Files"
  5. Select Browse Local Files ...
  6. In the game folder, select the .exe file of the game
  7. Select the file with the right mouse button
  8. In the menu that appears, select "Properties"
  9. In the Properties window select the Compatibility tab
  10. In the "Options" section, check the box "Run this program as administrator"
  11. Click "Apply"
  12. Start the game
Try lowering your screen resolution before launching the game .

Also make sure to keep your Windows operating system and third-party software up to date.

Download Visual C ++ 2017 Redistributable:

For Windows 64-bit:

For Windows 32-bit:

Install both versions.

Also, update your .NET software:

DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer - you probably already have it installed

See also additional tips below :

For Windows users :

  • Update the system if necessary to the latest version
  • Check the integrity of the Jurassic World Evolution 2 cache on Steam
  • Reboot your computer
  • Reinstall the game
  • Try temporarily disabling programs that potentially conflict with the game (antiviruses, firewalls, etc.)
  • Make sure your PC meets the minimum system requirements for Jurassic World Evolution 2
  • Make sure the system drive has at least 5 GB of free space
  • Scan your PC with an antivirus program
  • Reinstalling the operating system should be considered a last resort
For Mac users :

  • Update your Mac OS version
  • Check the integrity of the file cache (for Steam)
  • Try disabling programs that potentially conflict with the game (antiviruses, firewalls, etc.)
  • Make sure your system meets the minimum system requirements for Jurassic World Evolution 2

Jurassic World Evolution 2 and error 0xc000007b

This application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b). The most common reason for the error when starting the application 0xc000007b is problems with the NVidia drivers.

Possible solutions

  1. Reinstall the video card drivers
  2. Try to run the game as administrator
  3. Install / update DirectX, Visual C ++, .Net Framework. Download all files only from the  official Microsoft website.
  4. Open the command line "Run" from the "Start" menu and write sfc / scannow. With this command, your PC will scan the system files and fix some errors.
  5. Remove unnecessary software that may conflict with the video driver. Basically, these are various graphics "enhancers". The fewer additional applications you have, the better.

Method with Dependency Walker 64bit Program

  1. Download and extract  Dependency Walker 64bit .
  2. Run the program, go to View> Full paths . Now select the .exe file Jurassic World Evolution 2. After you have selected the .exe game a window may pop up in which you will see errors, just close it. In the module section  , scroll down to the bottom of the error and you will see several values ​​in the columns.
  3. Now in the CPU column all DLL files should be x64-bit for your game. If there is an x86 dll file it will be in the red column CPU. It is this file that causes the error 0xc000007b.
  4. Now go to dll-files.com and download the 64-bit version of this DLL file there and place it in the root folder with the game and in C: \ Windows \ system32 . The game should now start without problems.

Optimizing Jurassic World Evolution 2 on PC

This is a rather voluminous topic. There are several things you can do to increase productivity.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Optimization Tips

Install the latest

Nvidia / AMD video driver
Lower your graphics settings
The most important and simplest thing. Try lowering your graphics settings and setting the lowest resolution. The most important factors on performance are: anti-aliasing settings, detail, quality of shadows and textures, as well as drawing distance.

Use overclocking components

The processor and graphics card in your PC can be overclocked. MSI Afterburner is one of the popular graphics card overclocking software. In addition, it offers many additional features. For example, it can be used to obtain information about the components of a computer. Please note that some processors, in principle, cannot be overclocked. Overclocking is a good option if you have a separate system unit. But, for example, with laptops it is better not to risk it, since the cooling possibilities in them are very limited. You can find additional information on this subject on the Internet.

NVIDIA GeForce Experience (and analogues from other manufacturers) will help you optimize Jurassic World Evolution 2 for your PC configuration

NVIDIA GeForce Experience / AMD Gaming Evolved / Intel HD Graphics Control Panel - programs with a variety of tools, including game optimization.

Clean your computer

Run a special utility to clean and optimize your PC. Advanced SystemCare is one of the most common programs of this kind.

Defragmenting the hard drive

Go to the properties of the hard drive. On the "Service" tab -> click the "Defragment (or optimize)" button. In addition, in the properties, you can check and clean up the drive with built-in Windows functions.

NVIDIA / AMD Control Panel

In the NVIDIA (or AMD) Control Panel, select the Manage 3D Settings (NVIDIA) tab, or Games -> 3D Application Settings (AMD). You can set both global graphics processing settings here, or separately for Jurassic World Evolution 2. Or go to Adjust image settings with preview (for NVIDIA) and then Custom settings -> Performance by dragging the slider all the way to the left.

Remove unnecessary processes from startup

Click the Start button (or the Windows logo key to the left of the spacebar). Type msconfig into the search box, press Enter. In the system configuration window that opens, go to the "Startup" tab (in Win 10, press CTRL + ALT + DELETE and select the same tab). Here is a list of programs that are automatically loaded with Windows. Try disabling unnecessary programs so that they do not take up memory (disable only what you know what it is used for, otherwise you may damage the startup of the boot). Reboot your computer. Do not run applications (antivirus, Skype, etc.). Launch Jurassic World Evolution 2.

OS Optimization

Turn off Aero effects in Windows, turn off search indexing, built-in debuggers, and more.

Use Ready Boost

Right-click on the USB drive and select Properties. Open the "Ready Boost" tab, select "Use this device".

Error installing Jurassic World Evolution 2

Not installed. The path to the game should not contain Russian letters, only Latin. Check and clean your hard drive (in rare cases, replacing the SATA cable can help). Try changing the installation path.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 stuck in the controller

Run Jurassic World Evolution 2 in compatibility mode for another OS.

Sometimes the problem is the Nvidia GeForce Experience driver add-on. Disable all optimizations for the game in it.

On AMD graphics cards, the Gaming Evolved (Raptr) application can create problems. Try disabling or uninstalling it temporarily.

If there is Nvidia Capture Service in Task Manager, try terminating the process. End other processes related to video capturing.

Update your graphics card driver.

Also see Won't Start Tips.

Controls not working in Jurassic World Evolution 2

Unplug the input device (gamepad, mouse) from the USB and plug it back in. If your mouse and keyboard don't work, try disconnecting your controller and other USB devices.

For Origin

Library> Right-click Jurassic World Evolution 2> Properties> Uncheck "Enable in-game screen"

Not enough memory error

Possible reasons: the game does not have enough RAM; there is not enough space on the hard disk for the paging file; you yourself configured the size of the paging file (or disabled it, or used software); some program is leaking memory (open Task Manager CTRL + ALT + DELETE and sort applications by memory consumption).

DirectX error in Jurassic World Evolution 2


Recommendations for resolving the error

  • Perform a "clean" install of the video card driver only . Don't install audio, GeForce Experience ... Same for AMD.
  • Disable the second monitor (if available) and any other peripherals.
  • Disable G-Sync.
  • Use System File Checker
  • For NVIDIA cards. Right click on the desktop -> NVIDIA Control Panel. At the top, where File, Edit, View ... click "Help" and turn on "Debug Mode".
  • Sometimes the cause may be overheating of the video card. Use FurMark utility to test your graphics card under load. Try to lower the frequencies. For more information, see the Internet on request: undervolting and lowering the frequency of the video card.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 crashes on the desktop

Try to temporarily disable your antivirus (especially in the case of Avast!). Also see startup errors for tips.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 freezing

Permanent freezes may indicate problems with the computer. Cancel overclocking the processor and / or graphics card, if used. Test your RAM, hard drive, processor, and video card. Specialized utilities can be found on the Internet.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 has stopped launching

What changes did you make to the computer? Perhaps the problem was caused by the installation of a new program. Open the list of installed programs (Start -> Add or Remove Programs), sort by date. Remove recently installed. Reinstall Jurassic World Evolution 2.
Also check your Task Manager. If copies of Jurassic World Evolution 2 processes are running, terminate all of them.

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