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Batman Arkham City Qa Approved Build January 2011 Error


How to fix Batman Arkham City qa approved build january 2011 Error on PC




Batman Arkham City is one of the most popular and critically acclaimed games of the last decade, but it is not without its flaws. Some players have reported encountering a fatal error that crashes the game with a message like this:


Batman Arkham City qa approved build january 2011 Error



QA_APPROVED_BUILD_JANUARY_2011 424000 11-04-2012 15:05.24 (Wwise: 2011.1.0 #3886) Game Address = 0xe129fd (filename not found) [in C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Batman Arkham City GOTY\Binaries\Win32\BatmanAC.exe]


This error can occur at different points in the game, such as when trying to finish Penguin in the Museum or when checking for downloadable content. It can be very frustrating and prevent you from enjoying the game. Fortunately, there are some possible solutions that can help you fix this error and resume your adventure as the Dark Knight.


Reinstall the game through Steam




One of the simplest and most effective ways to fix this error is to reinstall the game through Steam. This can ensure that all the game files are intact and up to date. To do this, follow these steps:


  • Open Steam and go to your Library.



  • Right-click on Batman Arkham City GOTY and select Uninstall.



  • Confirm your choice and wait for the uninstallation process to finish.



  • Right-click on Batman Arkham City GOTY again and select Install.



  • Follow the instructions and wait for the installation process to finish.



  • Launch the game and see if the error is gone.



Disable DX10 from the DefaultEngine.ini file




Another possible solution is to disable DX10 from the DefaultEngine.ini file. This can improve the compatibility and performance of the game on some systems. To do this, follow these steps:


  • Navigate to Steam \ SteamApps \ common \ Batman Arkham City GOTY \ BmGame \ Config \ DefaultEngine.ini.



  • Open DefaultEngine.ini with Notepad or any text editor.



  • Locate AllowD3D10=True and change True to False.



  • Save the file and restart your computer.



  • Launch the game and see if the error is gone.



Update your graphics drivers




A third possible solution is to update your graphics drivers. This can ensure that your system can run the game smoothly and without errors. To do this, follow these steps:


  • Identify your graphics card model and manufacturer.



  • Go to their official website and download the latest drivers for your graphics card.



  • Run the installer and follow the instructions.



  • Restart your computer after the installation is complete.