Fix Star Wars Jedi Survivor Corrupted Files Error | Exception_Access_Violation

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If you are having problems with Star Wars Jedi Survivor crashing and not launching, or getting the error Exception_Access_Violation this can be due to corrupted files error. Don’t panic as there is an easy way of fixing this error, without the need of having to download and reinstall the game to your Windows 10 or Windows 11 computer.

Star Wars Jedi Survivor on PC is a 2023 video game that revolves around the Jedi and Star Wars universe. You get to battle it out as a Jedi, completing missions and challenges.

Star Wars Jedi Survivor is only available on PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5 and is the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

So what does it mean when you get the corrupted error warning, to start with it will stop you from being able to launch the game, and even if you are able to start the game it will then crash.

This is because one of the game files has become either corrupted or missing, luckily though as I have already said it’s easy enough to fix so you can get back into the game.

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How to fix Star Wars Jedi Survivor corrupted error


Open Steam > Find Star Wars Jedi: Survivor in the Library

Right-click on the game and go to Properties

Select Local Files and then click on then select Verify integrity of game files…..

Verify integrity of game files in Steam.

Epic Games:

In the Epic Games launcher go to your Library

Find Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and select the 3 dots

Click on Manage then Verify

Epic Games Launcher showing VERIFY button to verify the game files.

There you go that’s how you can fix Star Wars Jedi Survivor crashing due to corrupted files on a Windows computer, I told you it’s easy enough to do. I hope the above guide helped fix the issue for you.

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