Madden NFL 19 has launched for the PC and current-gen consoles but like many PC games, the PC version of the game is facing issues like audio stuttering, freezing, not starting and more.
Here we will discuss all of the errors and issues that players have been experiencing with the PC version of the Madden NFL 19 and will provide you with a possible fix or workaround.
Madden NFL 19 Black Screen, Stuttering And Fixes
Madden NFL 19 is the latest in the long-running Madden franchise that brings new features and visuals enhancements.
As I mentioned before, the game is facing some issue. Before we dive into the issue and their fixes, make sure you meet the minimum system requirements for the game.
OS: Windows 7 or newer
GPU: GTX660 or equivalent
CPU: i3-4350 or equivalent
Memory: 8GB of RAM
HDD Space: 40GB
The following are the Madden NFL 19 errors and issues that players have been experiencing along with their possible fixes and workarounds.
Sound Stuttering, Audio Stuttering Fix
PC players have reported that they are experiencing audio stuttering while playing Madden NFL 19 despite the game running at 60 FPS.
The Fix for this issue is very simple but works for those who own a Nvidia GPU. Go the Nvidia Control Panel and select “Display” and then go to “Set Up Digital Audio”.
Here make sure you have checked the audio capability for the audio connector that you are using for the game.
However, if this doesn’t fic the sound stuttering issue then you can fix it through Windows OS. Open “Playback Devices” and select the device that you are using for the Sound output.
Right-click on it and select properties. Go to the “Advanced” tab and here you will need to select the sample rate and bit depth and test it. As there will be quite a few options, you will need to do it through trial and error.
Madden NFL 19 players have been experiencing that every time they start a match and kick the ball, the game just freezes.
The solution to this problem is very simple. This issue is occurring due to unnecessary USB device being plugged in while playing the game.
Just make sure to remove any unnecessary USB device from the system and also make sure no VR headset is attached to your PC. This should resolve the issue.
Game Not Launching, Crash On Startup
Players have reported that whenever they try to launch the game nothing happens. The issue might be with the anti-virus that could be blocking the game’s exe file from executing.
Just disable your anti-virus or Windows defender if you are using it. Also, if you don’t want to disable your anti-virus then you need to make an exception for the game’s exe file in the anti-virus or Windows Defender.
There is another potential reason for the game to crash on Startup and that is the CPU you are using is an old one and doesn’t support SSE4.2. The game requires a CPU that supports SSE4.2 otherwise it won’t launch the game. Make sure your CPU supports SSE4.2.
Another reason for the game not launching might be a software interfering with the game. To resolve this issue you need to perform a clean boot.
Unable To Connect To EA Serves
Players have reported connection errors while playing the game and specifically the “Unable To Connect To EA Servers” error for Madden NFL 19.
To resolve this issue you need to troubleshoot your PC connection for Madden NFL 19. This should resolve the connection issue for you.
“Dx11Renderer::tryMap” Failed With DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_REMOVED
This is another one of the issues that players have been experiencing with the PC version of Madden NFL 19. To fix this issue you need to run the “DXSETUP.exe” from the game’s install folder. It will update your DirectX and should resolve the issue.
However, if the issue persists then you need to install the GPU Driver again. First, you need to delete the optional 3D and GeForce experience components and during installation deselect them as they might be interfering with the game’s code.
A Redistributable Package (DirectX) Was Not Installed Successfully
Players have reported that this error is popping up for them when the game tries to install on the system and eventually fails.
To fix this issue, you need to go to the game’s installation folder and do to the DirectX folder. Here delete all of the “.CAB” files and then go to origins and repair the game.
This will redownload the files and with the game repairing itself it will be able to install on the system.
Menu Not Showing, Invisible Menu
Madden NFL 19 players have reported that when they start the game the menu doesn’t show up. To fix this issue you need to clear the Origin cache. This should resolve the issue for you.
Black Screen Fix
Black screen often pops up for the PC version of the games. However, the solution to this issue is very simple.
Start the game and when the Black screen appears just press “ALT + Enter”. This will put the game in the Windowed mode and you will be able to see the game.
Now go to video settings and change the game’s resolution to your display’s native resolution and you will be able to play the game in fullscreen mode.
System Locking Up At Black Screen
Players have reported that after messing with the game’s graphics settings and changing DirectX 11 to 12 the game demands a restart.
However, the game just stucks at a black screen which can’t be bypassed using “ALT + Ctrl + Delete” as the ystem just locks up and a hard reset is required to get the PC back to normal.
This hinders players from playing the game, however, the solution is quite easy. All you have to do is change the graphical settings from the game’s configuration file or just delete it.
Go to the Documents folder and you will find “Madden (NFL) 19” folder if not, then it will be “Electronic Arts\Madden (NFL) 19”. Here you will find the Settings folder which will contain the config file and your saves too.
Just delete the file containing graphical configurations and start the game. You Issue should be resolved.
Perfromance, FPS Drop, Stuttering Fix,
Performance issues are bound to pop up on the PC since there are a lot of configurations out there. However, there are certain steps you can take to make sure Madden NFL 19 runs smoothly on your PC.
To fix the stuttering make sure you have installed the latest GPU driver as they bring Game Ready optimization for new games.
Also, check if there is any unnecessary process running in the background using too much of your CPU or hard drive. Kill this process through Task manager and the issue should resolve.
Another thing you can try is open Nvidia Control Panel and select “Manage 3D settings” and then select “Program Settings”. Here will be a drop-down list from which you need to select Vampyr.
Once selected look for the V-Sync option and set it to Fast. This will potentially resolve your FPS drops and stuttering issue and you would be able to play the game without any problem.
That is all for out Madden NFL 19 errors along with their possible fixes and workarounds? Did you find these fixes useful? Have a better solution? Let us know in the comments.