Warframe not responding on your operating systems? learn how to get the easy fixes for your Warframe not responding issues right away.
What is Warframe?
Warframe is a free-to-play third-person shooting game. Warframe the game was initially released in 2013 by Digital Extreme studios. The game is available for Windows, PS4 and Xbox One platforms.
The game invokes the inner warrior spirit in you. You play as ancient warriors. You control characters who are members of Tenno, ancient warriors who have woken up from centuries of cryosleep, waking up to find themselves in a war against different factions like Grineer, a matriarchal race developed from worn out humans into something like cyborgs in the game universe.
System Requirement (Windows)
- OS: Windows XP SP 3 or higher
- Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo e6400 or AMD Athlon x64 4000+ (~2.2Ghz dual-core CPU)
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 8600 GT or ATI Radeon HD 3600
- DirectX: 9.0c
- Hard Drive: 5 GB free HD space
For DirectX 11
- OS: Windows Vista SP2 or higher
- Graphics card: AMD 5000 series or Nvidia 400 series or higher
To use NVIDIA APEX PhysX:
- Nvidia Graphics Card with 1GB of video RAM
- Driver Version 310.90 or higher
Problems With Warframe
You can sometimes face problems accessing the game’s page. The game is always synced with the servers, meaning thousands if not millions of users who are playing the game at the same you, are all connected to the same game server at the same time. Below are the most recurring problems dealing with Warframe. Follow the guide below to resolve your issues
Web Browser Problems
- You are trying to access the webpage of the game but if the server does not respond you should fully refresh the page. Press Ctrl + F5 together while on the webpage
- You also need to clear the cache memory of your browser. Cache memory can build up over time and cause problems in browsing and loading of web pages. It can also slow your web access too. To clear cache data, follow these steps:
> Open your internet browser.
> Press the keys Ctrl + Shift + Delete
> The browser’s settings page will with a window with options like Browser History, Download History, Cached Data, Cookies and etc. Select the cache memories, recommended you clear the history of both download and browsing and your cookies too. All these cause the same problem i.e lowers browsing speed and page response time.
DNS Related Issues
The Domain Name System (DNS) enables a site’s IP address (192.168.x.x) to be converted to words (*.com) like a phonebook for websites. The service is provided to you by your internet service provider.
Clear the local DNS cache to let your system and browser fetch the most recent cache being provided by your internet service provider or ISP
- Click on Start
- Type in Run and press enter
- In the window that opens on pressing enter the command cmd and press enter
- In the Command Prompt i.e the DOS-based window type in the command ipconfig /flushdns and hit enter.
Your DNS server cache memory has been cleared. Try running your game now. It should work, if not check whether you went through the process properly.
Wi-Fi frankly is a more convenient option for connectivity than wired ones.
The Ethernet cable connection still in this age has its advantages — faster speeds, lower latency, and no wireless interference problems.
You can try taking your Console off the wireless network and connect it through the Ethernet mode. The platform is more stable and till date is more full-proof. There are no outside factors that can affect your internet connection when using it in the wired mode.
See this: ARK server not responding
Modern games are so much different than to its counterparts from yesteryears. A video game used to be an entity that you install on your system and play the game. Rarely did you find a game that needed an active internet connection at all time to play those games, but well technology has come a long way.
The times have changed so has the ways we do things differently. Keeping a proper internet connection is mandatory for these games. You should also keep your Home wireless network free from any other external transmission, it is hard these days but possible.