This guide was written for Warframe on Windows but should work for other versions of the game too. It is mostly just trial and error so you can use this as a checklist to get rid of your errors.
The first step is always an antivirus scan, followed by making sure that your game files are not corrupted (you can download a program to verify your installation files or check the forums for info about other gamers who have had success fixing specific errors).
- Step 1: Check if you have any other running programs. If so close them and restart your computer before opening Warframe again.
- Step 2: If the problem persists read down below on how to troubleshoot each method to fix your specific error.
Method 1: Verify Integrity of Game Cache on Windows 10
- 1) Go to the windows search bar and type %localappdata% in order to open the Local AppData Folder, this is where Warframe stores its installation folders.
- 2) Open a new window by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + N, paste the following in the new window:
C:\Users\ .USERNAME \AppData\LocalLow\Digital Extremes\Warframe
- 3) Here you will find a folder called “Downloading” or something similar. Right-click on it and delete it so you can revalidate your Warframe installation.
- 4) Bypass any firewall popups if it displays one. Now open Warframe again, the 0x0 0x0 error should be gone! If not proceed to step 4.5.
Method 2: Verify Integrity of Game Cache on Windows 7 / 8 & Vista
- 1) Go to your Warframe installation folder, usually found at C:\Program Files (x86)\Warframe.
- 2) Right click on the “Warframe” application file and click on properties. Now go to the compatibility tab and check if “Run this program in compatibility mode for” is checked, if it is select Windows 7 or Windows 8 from the menu below that checkbox.
- 3) Now run the game again, if it still doesn’t work proceed to step 4.5.
Method 3: Reset Warframe Settings & Delete Client Cache
- 1) Open your Warframe installation folder usually found at C:\Program Files (x86)\Warframe or C:\Program Files\Warframe into a second window.
- 2) Open the folder called “Download” (or something similar), delete it and your game should re-validate its files.
- 3) Now go back to your original installation folder where you will see a new “Download” folder, open it and find the file called “PlayWarframe”. Delete it as well.
- 4)Run your Warframe again and the 0x0 0x0 error should be gone! If it isn’t proceed to step 4.5.
4.5 Troubleshooting: Manually Loading DLLs
- 1) Open C:\Windows\System32 (or WIN_NT for Windows 7 / 8 & Vista), find the file called “d3d9.dll” and copy it to your Warframe installation folder.
- 2) Do the same with the file called Open C:\Windows\SysWOW64 (or WIN_NT for Windows 7 / 8 & Vista), find the file called “d3dx9_43.dll” and copy it to your Warframe installation folder.
- 3) Run your Warframe again and the 0x0 error should be gone! If it isn’t I’m sorry, but that’s as far as I know how to fix this problem. Try searching for a thread of another player who has had the same issue where you can leave a comment on what fixed their problem. If you have a fix of your own please post it in the comments so we might all help each other out! Finally, if none of this helped feel free to contact email@example.com
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