I have a gaming laptop with a hybrid Intel/nVidia. And I needed to do two things:
1. Set your graphic processor in the NVIDIA Control Panel -> Manage 3D settings -> Program settings (tab) for Burnout Paradise Remastered
2. Rename the file d3dcompiler_47.dll to (for example) d3dcompiler_47.dll.old in the game folder if you have a more recent one installed (which in my case with up to date Windows 10 is the case).
Since those changes the game runs flawless!
August - last edited August
Worth a try. Where is the game's folder you're talking about? Is it where the main game was installed or under the user directory somewhere? I also have the more recent April Windows 10 update installed.
EDIT: Tried those things, it still crashed in online mode at exactly the same spot, right after the "connecting to server" message.
Thanks for the reports so far, we're looking into this and could do with getting some more info from you.
If you haven't already please attach a dixdiag using these instructions.
Next please run an Origin Error Report using these instructions. Once you have the report ID please let us know in your post along with your dxdiag.
- Andy -
DxDiag (In case something change, I already posted the DxDiag in this discussion before):
In order to investigate further (and this goes for anyone with this issue), we're also looking for a MSInfo report.
Instructions on how to gather this can be found here.
Once you have it please send it to me in a private message and I can pass that onto the Burnout team.
- Andy -