Many reasons are there to frees or crash Call on Duty. Some reasons are corruption in DirectX, outdated Windows, or some driver issues. It may be happed because of the issue in internet connections and specification of RAM speed. Don’t forget to check the internet connection.
If still, you are facing the problem then, follow the methods below this will help you.
How To Fix Call of Duty Dev Error 6068
These are the steps that you need to follow –
Method 1: Run The Game As Administrator
Sometimes Dev Error 6068 error occurs in the system if the user didn’t use run as admin option while running the game. To solve the issue, you just have to launch it as an administrator. Here we are discussing the process for the Battle.net launcher. Follow the step to run it as an administrator.
Step 1: At first open the Battle.net launcher.
Step 2: Further open the Call of Duty window.
Step 3: Here you have to click on the Options tab.
Step 4: Alright, now search for the option Show in Explorer. Click on that.
Step 5: Let’s move ahead, now search for the Call of Duty folder. Click on that.
Step 6: Now, here search for the file name Call of Duty file with the .exe extension. Right-click on this file.
Step 7: Finally select the option Run as an administrator.
Step 8: Now check if your issue gets resolved or not.
Method 2: Set The Priority of Call of Duty’s Process to High
You can change the priority of Call of Duty’s Process to High at your own risk. It might help you. To do so follow the steps below:
Step 1: Firstly, click on the start button. Now select the option Task Manager to open it.
Step 2: Here you should search for the process of the Call of Duty. Now, right-click on it. Select the option Go to Details.
Step 3: Further, right-click on the Call of Duty process.
Step 4: Here you will see the Priority option. Click on it. Now select the option high.
Step 5: Restart your system and check it.
Method 3: Update Windows and System Drivers to the Latest Build
If your system or drivers are outdated, it will create many problems as the system is not compatible with communicating. Dev Error 6068 can be one of the errors. It’s better to update your system to the latest drivers. Follow the steps to do so:
Step 1: At first click on the Search icon and type “Updates”. Now select the option Check for Updates.
Step 2: Further check if new updates are available. To do this click on the button Check for Updates.
Step 3: Here, click on the option download and install if the system prompting you any update.
Step 4: You can check the system manufacturer’s website for the latest updates.
Method 4: Scan and Repair the Game Files
Scanning and repairing your game files might help you. Whenever you scan your files it fixes the missing one. Sometimes it repairs the damage. Here we are showing you the process for the Battle.net launcher.
Step 1: At first open the Battle.net launcher.
Step 2: Now, on this window click on the option Call of Duty.
Step 3: Further click on the menu option.
Step 4: Here, you need to search for the Scan and Repair option. Now click on it.
Step 5: Alright now click on the option Being Scan.
Step 6: Here, the system will download all the missing files.
Step 7: Wait for the process to complete. Now, check your system.
Method 5: Use PC Screen Only Option
If you are using multi-display, then you are prone to face the issue Dev Error 6068. Shifting to pc screen the only option that can save you. Let’s see how to do it.
Step 1: At the first exit the Call on duty.
Step 2: Now, fished all the processes related to the call on duty from the task manager.
Step 3: Further, on the taskbar click on the notification icon.
Step 4: Now, select the option Project.
Step 5: Alright, now search for the option pc screen only and select it.
Step 6: Finally restart the call on duty and check if it is working or not.
Method 6: Set the Game Window to Borderless
If still, you are struggling with the issue, set game windows to borderless. See, how to do it.
Step 1: At first start the Call on Duty.
Step 2: Further go to settings of the Call on Duty. Here click on the option Graphics tab.
Step 3: Let’s move ahead, expand the option Display Mode by clicking the arrow beside it.
Step 4: Here you will find some options. Now search for the Fullscreen Borderless. Now click on it.
Step 5: Relaunch Call on Duty and check it.
Method 7: Change Video Memory Scale
VRAM utilization process depends on the Video Memory Scale. This can also cause the issue. Changing Video Memory Scale might resolve this issue. You can follow these steps to change Video Memory Scale.
Step 1: At the first exit the Call on Duty.
Step 2: Now go to the Task Manager. Here delete all the processes related to the Call of Duty.
Step 3: let’s move ahead, Right-click on the start button, and select the option File Explorer.
Step 4: Here go to the player folder. You can refer to this.
Documents\Call of Duty Modern Warfare\players
Step 5: Great! Now search for the file adv_options. Click on it and choose the option open with a notepad.
Step 6: Now, search for the video memory scale. Change its value to 0.5
Step 7: Restart Call on Duty. And check it.
Method 8: Deactivate Game Overlay/Performance Monitoring Application
Some Performance Monitoring Application and Overlay feature in the game also causes the issue Dev Error 6068. Deactivate it and your problem might get solved with it.
Follow the step to deactivate Overlay in Nvidia’s GeForce Experience:
Step 1: At the first exit the GeForce Experience.
Step 2: Further go to Task Manager. Now delete all the processes regarding GeForce Experience.
Step 3: Here open the GeForce Experience game again.
Step 4: You will see the General tab at the left.
Step 5: Now, Search for the option In-Game Overlay.
Step 6: Change its switch to the off condition.
Step 7: Finally save the changes.
Step 8: Now, exit the GeForce Experience and check if Call on Duty is working fine or not.
Do these steps to switch off the Game Bar:
Step 1: At first, exit the game.
Step 2: Further, open the Task Manager. Now delete all the processes regarding the game.
Step 3: Here click on the Search icon on the taskbar.
Step 4: Now, type the word “Gaming”.
Step 5: Further choose the option Game Bar Settings.
Step 6: Here look at the right, you will see a switch for Game Bar. Set it to off.
Step 7: Finally Restart the Call on Duty and check if it is working fine or not.
Method 9: Use DirectX 11 for Call of Duty
If you are using DirectX 12 try changing it to DirectX 11. This might help you to resolve your issue like many others.
Here we are discussing the Battle.net launcher.
Step 1: At first start the Battle.net launcher.
Step 2: Further, open Options.
Step 3: Alright, now you need to open Game Settings.
Step 4: Here type “d3d11” in the Additional Command-line Arguments for Call of Duty.
Step 5: Restart Call on Duty and check if it is working or not.
Method 10: Clean Boot Your System
If there is any issue regarding 3rd party application, you can Clean Boot your System. This can help you to get rid of this problem. Follow the steps below to do this.
Step 1: At first you have to open the Run window. For this use the shortcut key “Windows + R”.
Step 2: Further type “msconfig” in the Run window.
Step 3: Here you have to search for the option services tab. Click on it.
Step 4: Alright, now tick the checkbox with the option Hide All Microsoft Services.
Step 5: Now, select the option Disable All. Okay, now click on the Apply button.
Step 6: Here, if the system is prompting you to restart choose the Restart later option.
Step 7: Let’s move ahead, again open the Run window.
Step 8: Now, type “msconfig” and hit Enter button.
Step 9: Here, from the options choose Startup.
Step 10: Further click on Open Task Manager. Now see the last field. You can disable all the fields with High impact.
Step 11: Now, right-click on it to disable fields with high impact.
Step 12: Finally reboot your system. Now you are in clean boot mode.
Method 11: Tweaking the Shaders
If you are seeing shades in the 3D scene, then it must be because of Shader. It is not in your hand totally to disable shaders. But this issue, Dev Error 6068 might be one of the effects of shaders.
Method 12: Reinstall Shaders
Firstly, Start playing the game. Now in-game itself Reinstall Shaders. You have to continue your game while reinstalling shaders. If the process is completed, again start reinstalling. After that reboot, your system and check if the problem solved or not.
Method 13: Delete the Players/Players 2 folder
Delete these folders to delete shaders.
Step 1: At the first exit the Call of Duty. Now, delete all running processes.
Step 2: Further go to the Players folder of Call of Duty. You can refer to this path Documents\Call of Duty Modern Warfare\
Step 3: Alright, now take backup for these folders. Then delete them.
Step 4: Restart the Call on Duty.
Method 14: Change the Settings
There might be some changes that happened in the Setting. Change this setting and check if it is working properly.
Method 15: Change the Vertical Sync
Step 1: At the first exit of the game Call of Duty.
Step 2: Now, open the NVIDIA Control Panel.
Step 3: Further choose the option Manage 3D Settings.
Step 4: Here, you have to change the vertical sync to Adaptive Half Refresh Rate.
Step 5: Restart Call on Duty and check it.
Step 6: If it is not working, then again turn off vertical sync.
Step 7: Check if the problem gets solved.
Method 16: Disable Ray tracing
Disabling Ray tracing might help you. See the steps to do it.
Step 1: Firstly, Start Call on Duty.
Step 2: Further open the Options tab.
Step 3: Here, search for the option Shadow & Lighting. Click on it.
Step 4: Finally Disable the option Ray tracing. Check Call on Duty.
Method 17: Disable Crossplay
Follow the steps below to disable crossplay.
Step 1: At first launch the Call on Duty.
Step 2: Further, move to the Options.
Step 3: Alright, now search for the Account tab and click on it.
Step 4: Here, you will find Crossplay. Click on it and select Disable.
Method 18: Enable Server Latency
Follow these steps to enable server latency.
Step 1: At first, open the Call of Duty.
Step 2: Further, move to the Options tab.
Step 3: Here, click on the General tab.
Step 4: Finally, in the Telemetry section, you can choose the option to Enable Server Latency.
Method 19: Disable G sync
Follow these steps to disable G sync
Step 1: At first, open the NVIDIA control panel.
Step 2: Further, expand the Display option. You will find it on the left side.
Step 3: Here search for the option Set up G-Sync.
Step 4: Finally, Untick the checkbox with the option G-Sync.
Method 20: Reinstall DirectX
If you are getting the message, “something is not right with the DirectX” then reinstalling DirectX might help you. Microsoft DirectX helps your system to communicate with your system’s hardware. Some problems in DirectX could be the reason for the issue.
Reinstall DirectX and check if the issue gets resolve or not.
Method 21: Disable Overclocking of CPU/GPU
If you want to achieve better performance overclocking is one of the options. This method speeds up your component’s clock rate and forces it to run at a higher speed. Sometimes this overclocking method can cause the problem of Dev Error 6068.
If you are using any overclocking setting, remove that and restart your system. This will resolve your issue if it was occurring due to overclocking.
Method 22: Run the SFC and DISM Commands
Running SFC and DISM might help you to get rid of this problem. Run these commands and check. Hopefully, this will solve your problem.The system file checker (SFC) scan helps you to check and replace your missing files. It also scans your protected files and replaces the corrupt files if found.
You can follow these steps to use an SFC scan.
Step 1: At First, open the Command Prompt (admin). You can open it using the start menu button or you can type the instruction “cmd” in the search box. Right-click on Command Prompt then choose the option run as administrator.
Step 2: Great! Now write the instruction “sfc/scannow”. And hit the Enter button.
Step 3: Kindly wait to complete the process.
Step 4: You don’t need to worry, if any solution is found, the system will automatically apply it.
Step 5: Finally close the Command Prompt. Now restart your system.
Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool (DISM) is the option when your SFC scan is not working. You can repair your hard disk and operating system with the help of DIMS.
Follow the following steps to resolve the issue related to CheckHealth, ScanHealth, and RestoreHealth.
Step 1: At first, write the instruction “cmd” in the search bar. And click on the Enter button.
Step 2: You will see Command Prompt. Now right-click on it and choose the option run as administrator.
Step 3: Further write the instruction “DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth” press the Enter button.
Step 4: Once 1st operation is completed, Type the command “DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth”. Hit the Enter button.
Step 5: These processes may take more time than usual so don’t worry about it. Kindly wait.
Step 6: Finally type the instruction “DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth” and Enter.
Step 7: Once you are done with all the processes restart your system.
Method 23: Reinstall the Game
If still, you are struggling with the problem, then reinstall Call on Duty.
Method 24: Reset or Clean Install Windows
This is another method you can try. Reset the windows. Check if the Call on Duty is working fine. If Resetting is not working then go for the clean installation of Windows.
Method 25: Change RAM
RAM of your computer may be creating this problem. You can change the RAM of your computer. Change the RAM and check if the game is working fine.
Method 26: Lower FOV
Lower the Field of View (FOV). Try this method and check if Call on Duty is working or not. You can set it to below 100 or 95.
There are many causes for Call of Duty Dev Error 6068. Try these methods one by one and solve your problem.