Test Drive Unlimited Freezes

It is really annoying when Test Drive Unlimited freezes while loading or in the middle of the game play. Here are some quick fixes that will help you to get rid of this problem. · Update graphic and sound card drivers · Re-install the game · Remove registry errors · Edit registry keys Update Graphic…

It is really annoying when Test Drive Unlimited freezes while loading or in the middle of the game play. Here are some quick fixes that will help you to get rid of this problem.

· Update graphic and sound card drivers
· Re-install the game
· Remove registry errors
· Edit registry keys

Update Graphic and Sound Drivers

Many new games require latest graphic and sound card drivers to run. If you have not installed the drivers for your devices, it can result in Test Drive Unlimited freezes. You can download latest sound and graphic card drivers from the manufacturers website or you can also search for the latest drivers over the internet.

Re-Install Game

Re-installing the game can reduce Test Drive Unlimited freezing. Before re-installing the game make sure that you remove all the data related to game. Follow these steps given here:

1. Go to Control Panel
2. Click on Program and Features
3. Right-click on Game
4. Click uninstall
5. Follow onscreen instructions
6. After un-installing the game go to C: Program Files and remove the folder Test Drive Unlimited
7. Reboot your computer

Install the game again and it will fix the Test Drive Unlimited freezes.

Remove Registry Errors

Test Drive Unlimited freezing also occurs if Windows registry is full of errors. Freezes problem can be fixed by removing errors from the registry. A quick way of removing errors from registry is to download and install Registry Cleaning software that comes up with other handy System Utilities.

Edit Registry Keys

To get rid of Test Drive Unlimited freezes you have to make some alteration in Windows registry. Follow these steps:

1. Click Start and open Run
2. In dialog box of Run type the command regedit and press Enter
3. Go to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet Control GraphicsDrivers
4. Now click Edit, select New and then click DWORD (32 Bit) Value
5. Type the name TDRLevel
6. Set its value as 0
7. Press Enter
8. Restart your system

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