How to Fix “Oxygen not Included” Crashing Issues

“Oxygen Not Included” is a simulation game related to space environments and colonies providing adventurous and strange gaming experience. In this game, the players have to tackle various Alien life-forms and incredible space outrages by various techniques like mastering science and surviving strengths.

How to Fix “Oxygen not Included” Crashing Issues

In some instances and moments while running this game, the crash issues faced by several players. There are various reasons for arising these errors like not fulfilling basic and minimum requirements to stream the game etc.

If you are one of them who faces such issues, then follow the instructions mentioned below:

Checking Minimum Requirements by Navigating PC’s Specs

  • First of all, press the “Window” logo and “I” key al-together to launch “Settings.”
  • Now, hit the “System” logo after expanding the “Settings” app.
  • Navigate to the left-hand side section of your “System” interface and tap the “About” option by scrolling down the page.
  • Now, you will be able to view all the existing details of your PC, for example, model, speed, RAM, CPU version, etc.
  • After that, tap the “Display” option and look for the section “Advanced Display Settings.” After getting it, hit on it.
  • Then, tap the properties option related to your display adapter. Then, take a look at your graphics card details by navigating the “Adapter” section located under the “Properties” page.

Modifying Beta Options of your Game

  • First of all, start “Steam Client” application.
  • When the “Steam” expands up on your device, hit the “Library” option located at the uppermost portion of your screen and then tap the listing available for the game by navigating the “Context” menu.
  • The game listing will expand upon your system, then look for the option “Oxygen Not Included” and apply it to right-click on it.
  • Now, tap the “Properties” section.
  • Then, navigate to the “Properties” window located at the right-hand side section and navigate to the tab “Betas.”
  • Hit the pull drop game menu to show up another Beta edition located inside the “Betas” section. The Pull drop will be found under the option available for choosing beta.
  • Reboot your “Steam Client,” and after that, open your game.
  • Then make sure that the issue still arises and makes your system crash continuously.

Deleting “.DAT” files from “Save Directory”

  • First and foremost, apply right click on the “Start” menu and tap on “File Explorer” option located inside the “Quick Access” menu. Alternatively, you can also tap the “Windows + E” keys altogether to expand “File Explorer” window.
  • When “File Explorer” opens on your screen, then navigate towards the left side section and tap on “This PC” option.
  • Go to the right-hand side section in “Devices and Drives” and launch “C” Drive.
  • When the drive expands on your desktop, go to the “Users folder” and apply double click on it.
  • Now, look for the particular folder that is located just after your user’s account.
  • When the directory related to the user’s account opens, then, expand your “Documents” folder.
  • Next, search for the “Klei” folder and apply double click on it.
  • Then, launch the Folder “OxygenNotIncluded” and double click on the option “save_Files.”
  • When the folder “Save_files” expands, then look for the “World_GetData_Save.dat” and also “World_GenSim_Save.dat” data files. Then remove them instantly.
  • After that, start again, and this program will generate fresh editions of these data files automatically.

Installing Graphics Card Driver Again

  • Firstly, tap and hold the “Window” logo and “X” key simultaneously to launch the menu bar of the “Quick Access” tool located at the left-hand side of your display.
  • Now, tap on “Device Manager” option when the “Quick Access” menu expands on your system.
  • Then, look for the listings related to “Display Adapters.” Then hit the arrow mark just next to it to expand graphics card related options.
  • Now, apply right-click on the specific “graphic card” option, then tap the option “Uninstall Device” from the “Context” menu.
  • When the confirmation prompts appear, then tap the “Uninstall” tab.
  • Wait for a while for the Windows to delete the particular device.
  • After that, reboot your system to save changes.


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