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How To Stop Rust From Crashing?

Rust keeps crashing on startup, or does it keep closing to the desktop in the middle of a game? You're not the only one who thinks that way! It has been reported by a large number of gamers. But don't be a worry. This is something that can be fixed. Take a look at the options below.

How Can You Get Rust To Stop Crashing?

You don't have to try all of them. Simply work your way down the list until you discover one that works for you.

1. Run Steam As An Admin Privileges:

Under regular user mode, Rust may not be able to access essential game files on your PC. This may result from in-game crashes.

Try running the game as an administrator to fix the problem.

1) Right-click the Steam icon on the taskbar and select Exit if it's currently operating.

2) Select Properties from the right-click menu for the Steam icon.

3) Select the Compatibility tab and select Run this software as an administrator checkbox.

4) Select Apply and then OK.

5) To test your issue, reinstall Rust from Steam.

If this doesn't work, try the fix below.

2. To Opt Out Of The Steam Beta :

When some people run the Steam beta, they get the Rust crashing error. If that's the case, you may opt-out of the Steam beta by following the steps below:

1) Firstly, Run Steam

2) Then, select Settings from the Steam menu.

3) Click CHANGE from the drop-down menu.

4) Select Beta participation from the drop-down menu. Then click OK and select NONE – Opt-out of all beta programs.

5) So that steam and Rust should relaunch.

If the Rust crashing problems continue, go to the next step, which has shown below.

3. Make Sure The Game Files Are Not Corrupt:

You must verify that no critical game files are corrupted or missing for Rust to operate properly. From Steam, you may check the integrity of Rust files. (If Steam finds any corrupted files, it will immediately repair them.)

1) Fire up Steam.

2)Then, choose LIBRARY from the drop-down menu.

3) Right-click Rust and choose Properties from the context menu.


Wait for the scans to finish before relaunching Rust to check whether the issue has been repaired. If not, move on to the next step.

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