If the steps above fail to solve the issue, please try the steps in this Microsoft article to rule out the chance you have any corrupted files affecting the launcher: Please note that the scan process may take a while, so please only run this at a time when you won't be needing to use the computer for a while.
Please run through each step above to help resolve your issue.
Often when installing a new item of software on a PC you may need to allow the installation to complete a few final steps. Restart your PC fully and then run the launcher again.2. If the launcher is not behaving correctly it's possible that the installation of Microsoft .
Making sure you're not launching as an administrator.3. Net is Tech Hit have created a complete and handy guide on how to reinstall the correct version of Microsoft .
If you've got dirt in your base, you'll want to follow the second list right after this one.
If this freaks you out, hey, take it easy, just back up these files or the entire saved game slot folder first. (If you have dirt in your base, read this section).
Often it's because of your Anti-virus program so disable it.
Also verify the integrity of game cache files in Steam. It is not an unknown problem and lots of players have it these days not just in Fallout 4.
"Steam seems to lose the track of my installed games in my computer.
Easy fix is: The biggest chance is that you need to update your drivers because they could be incompatible and you need to fix it by reinstalling them. Lots of people have been complaining about this issue since the Fallout 4 release and the issues are still making troubles.
Download them manually (for your GPU, Motherboard and other) or download Driver Scanner or other software to let it scan you computer and reinstall everything. Simplest solution is the If even after this the lags persist then try to set high priority to the game in Task manager.
So either lower your game details or get better computer :-).
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