do a search for "physx" in your control panel-->uninstall/repair area, if you cannot find it in the list. when it appears, r+click on it and repair will be an option. Still not sure it fixes the problem but that part worked.
December 2016 - last edited December 2016
I appreciate your effort to help people, but the last post in this thread was made over two years ago.
Please check the date of the topics you replay to.
the thread should be closed then. When I reply to a question it is opften times meant to also generate more discussion on the topic.
the set up for old threads is poorly handled. not my behavior.
Feb. 9, 2017
First time install of Mass Effect 3 on Windows 10 64-bit.
Nvidia Legacy driver installed.
Latest Nvidia Driver installed.
This *** still happens. Incredible.
"Repair" idea does NOT work (anymore). Uninstalling PhysX to install older Nvidia driver versions for "a game" is out of the question.
UPDATING your code, would be the appropriate solution, since you are still selling this game and I just bought it.
And all these closed forum threads telling people "issue is 'solved'" are ... a nice marketing gag, but false.
Fix your game.
It's not a Program code issue but an installation problem on specific systems.
Repair the PhysX software in "Programs and features" > reboot > test
If that don't helps, go to your "<drive>:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Mass Effect 3\__Installer\physx\redist" folder and run the "PhysX-9.11.1107-SystemSoftware.msi" > reboot > test
If that still don't works, download the NVIDIA PhysX software stand-alone from here > run the installer as Admin > reboot > test
What exactly did you tried?
February 2017 - last edited February 2017
I tried several things.
-Reinstalling Physx seperately
-Reinstalling and repairing game
Nothing seems to help.