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How to Fix Call of Duty Warzone Memory Error 0-1766 on Xbox and PC

BY Sourav

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Sourav

Call of Duty: Warzone is the most popular battle game and fun to play. But Memory error 0-1766 on Call of Duty is a major issue that many Xbox and PC users have complained about lately. The error refers to a bug for which gamers experience frequent crashes upon launch or being booted out of the game.

The worst part is the developers haven’t provided any particular solutions to fix it. Don’t fret. Luckily, it’s not too difficult to beat it. Here, we’ve outlined all the possible ways to fix the Warzone Memory Error 0-1766 to get back on the game.

Solution 1: Check the Internet Connection

Memory Error 0-1766 in Call of Duty: Warzone can be caused by an unstable internet connection. So, it’s suggested to gamers who are playing over a WiFi connection to restart their modems and routers. 

To restart a router or modem, unplug the router and modem and wait for 2-3 minutes. Then, plug back the router, wait for the connection to power on and check if the internet is working properly.

Here’re some other tips you can try:

  • Use an ethernet connection to get faster internet than WiFi.
  • Limit the number of wireless devices connected to the same network.

Solution 2. Close Background Running Apps 

If multiple apps are running simultaneously when playing Call of Duty Warzone, there can be a lack of memory space creating the memory error 0-1766. On both PC and Xbox, close all background running apps and try to start the game.

Open Task Manager on Windows to check the running apps and processes. Disable high-memory taking apps that you don’t require when playing to free some space for Warzone for error-free gaming.

Here’s the process.

For PC:

  1. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del all together and click Task Manager to open it.
  2. Under the Processes tab, you can check which programs are running in the backgroud. Select the program and choose End Task to close it.

For Xbox:

  1. From the controller, press the Xbox button to display the menu sidebar.
  2. You’ll find the list of games on the console. If a game is running, it’ll be highlighted. Choose the games or apps to close them and press the menu button.
  3. Select Quit.

Solution 3. Disable HDR

While HDR or High Dynamic Range improves picture quality with its color technology, it arises many unexpected errors.

This problem can mostly be seen on Xbox as many users have complained about encountering the 0-1766 memory error for the Auto HDR feature. PC users can also try fixing it if their device supports HDR.

On Xbox

  1. Press the Xbox button on the controller to open the guide.
  2. Go to Power and System> Settings> General> TV & display options> Video Modes.
  3. Turn off the Allow HDR option and restart your game for the changes to take effect.

On PC,

  1. Select Settings> System> Display> HDR.
  2. Go to Windows HD Color Settings.
  3. Under the Display Capabilities, if YES appears beside Use HDR, select it to turn it off.

Solution 4. Decrease Screen Resolution

Call of Duty Warzone is meant to be run at 1080p full HD resolution. If you’re playing it higher than 1080p (in 4K or QHD quality), it’s another probable cause for Memory Error 0-1766. 

In that case, decrease the screen resolution by following:

  1. Go to Start> Settings> System.
  2. Select Display from the left panel.
  3. Under the Display Resolution drop-down menu, choose 1920 x 1080.
  4. Click Keep Changes to confirm it.

To make sure your Warzone game is running at 1080p, verify its in-game resolution too. For that, navigate Options> Graphics within the game. Under Render resolution, select Advanced to confirm the game’s resolution is 1080p.

Solution 5. Check the Game Files (PC)

Memory Error indicates a problem within the memory itself. There can be a problem with loading assets for the game from the hard drive or RAM is not sufficient to play the game. However, most of the time, the error shows up if the game files get corrupted and can’t be loaded properly. The best solution is to find and restore those files.

You can simply do a quick scan to verify the game file integrity from the Battle.net launcher instead of reinstalling the entire game. Here’re the steps:

1. Launch Battle.net and move to the Warzone page.

2. Click the gear icon beside the Play button and choose Scan and Repair.

3. Click Begin Scan on the confirmation box and wait until the scan is finished.

4. If any file is corrupted, the client will fix it and update the game.

Solution 6. Clear Mac Address on Xbox

Clearing the Mac address can help you get rid of slow response by the game. To clear Mac address on Xbox, follow these steps:

  1. Press the Guide button from the controller to open the Xbox Guide and select Settings.
  2. Navigate to Network Settings.
  3. Find and select Advanced Settings.
  4. Go to Alternate Mac Address.
  5. Select Clear.
  6. Allow your Xbox console to restart when prompted.

Solution 7. Restore Licenses

Restoring the licenses allows you to restore the game. Perform the steps and check if that helps you remove the error.

  1. Launch Settings using your controller.
  2. Go to Account Management.
  3. Find the option Restore Your Licenses.
  4. Wait for a couple of minutes to finish the process.
  5. Restart the device.

Solution 8: Reinstall the Game

After trying any solutions and nothing worked, this can be your last bet. Reinstalling Call of Duty: Warzone can restore missing files and fix the issue for you.

To uninstall and reinstall the game, follow these steps:

1. Click the gear icon next to the Play button and select Uninstall.

2. Confirm your decision by selecting Yes, Uninstall on the dialogue box.

3. Reinstall the game again and wait for a few hours until it’s completed.

Solution 9. Reset Xbox

Have you applied all the solutions mentioned above? If none of them have fixed the issue and you’re still encountering with Memory Error 0-1766 continuously, your last bet is resetting Xbox.

  1. Select the Xbox button.
  2. Go to Profile and System and select Settings from there.
  3. Click System.
  4. Search and tap Console Info.
  5. Select Reset Console.

Ending Note

That’s all the top seven solutions you can try to solve the COD Warzone Memory Error 0-1766 on your PC and Xbox. If you’re still having any issues playing the game on Xbox, you can contact Xbox Support Team or Microsoft.

About The Author

Sourav

Sourav’s been working as a freelance writer and blogger for over five years. She is a firm believer in big dreams and realizing them. Her work has been published in Women On Writing, Be a Freelance Blogger, Make a Living Writing and Brazen Careerist among others