I get booted out of every steam game I play?
Hi. I'm new to PC gaming, and I'm having some issues with games that I buy on steam. Any game that I seem to play keeps kicking me out and back to the steam library for some weird reason. I first noticed it with CoD Ghosts, don't judge my preference it was cheap :), and the moment that I started up the game and either changed screen resolutions and other options or didn't change them at all, the opening cinematic played out and the moment that the gameplay was about to start, I got booted back to the steam menu. Ever since then. I've been getting a pop-up message now when I open up the game again saying that it wasn't closed / quit properly and to run it again but in safe mode? So naturally I did this, and yet again the same problem, opening cinematic plays and then the moment the gameplay starts, booted to the steam menu. I've tried various windows updates, bios changes, removing and reinstalling drivers for all of my components but nothing seems to be working. I'll give a layout of my PC spec's just so you have a better understanding of my setup if there's any issues with it:
CPU - Intel i5-8600k
GPU - GeForce GTX 1080
RAM - 16GB Corsair Vengeance (3000Mhz)
OS - Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)
From what I've seen aswell, people have had a lot of issues with steam games because of windows 10 updates, but I'm not exactly sure where an issue would be with regards to my current version of windows installed on the PC. If anyone has a solution, that'd be really appriciated. Cheers!
- TStoddenLv 77 months ago
Without knowing the exact issue, the first thing would be to do an integrity check on the game(s) in question. To do this, right-click on the game & select "properties". Next, click on "local files" & then hit the "Verify Integrity of Game Files".
This will can take a couple of minutes to a few hours, depending on the size of the game, as Steam checks each file (or at least their checksum) to the files on their servers. Once done, it'll download the files that were missing, outdated or corrupted (instead of doing a full re-install).
If that doesn't work, you'll either want to talk to Steam Support or the game devs about the issue.
- 7 months ago
Edit: So I've uninstalled and reinstalled both steam and my games, but still encounter this problem. I'm really not sure what it is, and I would like some further assistance.
- 7 months ago
Uninstall and reinstall steam and game
- Anonymous7 months ago
Verify the game cache or maybe just try reinstalling Steam altogether