Action adventure game from EA Digital, crashes with following error message:
MirrorsEdge.exe has stopped working
For some it crashes on random intervals while for other people, the crash occurs a second after successfully loading the intro screen videos.
You’re just 3 steps away from fixing this problem…
1. Download and install the Diagnostic
2. Run full scan
3. Perform system clean-up & repair
Estimated download time: 10 Seconds
Check Cache Contents
Open your game properties from the Steam Library. Click Local Files tab, and then “Verify integrity of game cache…” button. It may take some time.
Update the BIOS
The BIOS updates aren’t as large as other system upgrades. It’s hardly a few MBs. If you haven’t performed BIOS update for a long time, update it after backing up your documents and files. Go to the “Downloads” section on the website of your system board manufacturer.
Change In-Game Texture Language
The game likely crashes when the in-game texture language is other than English (United States). There may be some missing fonts, or your system is not correctly configured.
- Open the Origin Client, and then go to Application Settings.
- Choose “English (US” from the “Origin Client Language” drop-down box located on the General tab.
- Apply the changes, exit.
Diagnose Unsupported Features
Windows come with a set of tools that diagnose various system issues. Prevent Mirror’s Edge crashes by turning off unsupported graphics features, lowering other settings. Here’s how:
1. Using Search Box of your Start Screen, type and open “Run programs made for previous versions of Windows.”
2. Click “Advanced” to expand hidden options. Make sure the box named “Apply repairs automatically” is checked-up.
3. Click “Run as administrator” link.
4. After the wizard reloads with administrative privileges, click Next and follow the on-screen instructions. You’ll be prompted to select the application/ executable file. Just locate the Mirror’s Edge launcher file from your installation directory, and continue.
Customize Launch Options
Are you encountering Mirror’s Edge crashes during the introductory videos? If so, change the launch parameters as follows:
- Open Steam client.
- Go to the Games Library.
- Right click Mirror’s Edge and choose Properties.
- Insert “–nostartupmovies” (without quotes) at the end of the existing Launch Options. (Do not remove existing value)
- Save the changes; exit Steam and re-open your game.
Change In-Game Resolution
Lowering your in-game screen resolution might help. Typically, the recommended system resolution is listed in the ReadMe file under Minimum System Requirements section.
1. Click File Explorer icon on Taskbar.
2. Open following folder:
- C:\Users\[Your_User_Name]\Documents\EA Games\Mirror’s Edge\TdGame\Config
3. Open TdInput.ini file using a text editor. (Right click > Open with > Notepad)
4. Use the Find dialog. (Press Ctrl + F)
5. Search for “ResX” keyword. (Type it in “Find what” text box; click Find Next)
6. Set the following configurations:
7. Save the changes. (Press Ctrl + S)
8. Exit the file.
Note: If the 1920*1080 in-game screen resolution doesn’t work, try 1280*720.
Download Updated NVIDIA PhysX
Are you using a NVIDIA graphics card? Do you regularly update your NVIDIA PhysX? If not, download a free copy from the official website.
Turn Off PhysX GPU Acceleration
PhysX is a powerful physics engine. Mirror’s Edge crashes occur when an unsupported feature like PhysX GPU is enabled.
For NVIDIA Users
1. Open the NVIDIA Control Panel by right-clicking an empty area of your Desktop, choosing a suitable option.
2. Click “Set PhysX Configuration” link in the left-hand side panel of the newly opened window.
3. Choose “CPU” option from “Select a PhysX processor” drop down box.
4. Click Apply, and then exit out of the screen and reboot your machine.
For AMD Graphics Card
Simply rename physxcor.dll and physxdevice.dll found on your hard disk. With the help of Windows Search feature to search for and delete these files.
1. Open File Explorer.
2. Go to the system board (typically, drive C:\)
3. Press F3 key.
4. In the Search Box, search for the following two files one by one:
5. Rename “Physxcor.dll” as “Physxcor.dll.bak” and “Physxdevice.dll” as “Physxdevice.dll.bak”
6. Shut down and restart your machine.
Update your System
Keep all critical system components up-to-date. Download latest recommended updates using Windows Update utility. To do so, go to Settings > Update & Security icon. Update Microsoft DirectX, Microsoft .NET Framework from the Microsoft Download Center.