However, many people encountered gaming laptop 6 core errors when trying to play the game.
This error can occur due to multiple reasons, and today we’re going to show you how to fix it.
- The error 6 core CPU error occurs when your PC’s CPU is overheating or has a problem.
- Updating your CPU drivers and processor BIOS can resolve this, among other methods.
- Also, scanning your laptop for viruses and cleaning your hard drive can resolve these issues.
Update your graphics driver
- Start > type Device Manager > open
- Expand Display adapters
Right-click your NVIDIA graphics driver > select Update driver
- Restart your computer
Update your OS
Go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update.
Check if there are any updates available, and click Download & install.
- Restart your PC when prompted.
Update your BIOS
- Press the Windows key + S, type BIOS, and select Update BIOS from the menu.
- When prompted, choose the Download and Install option.
Reinstall your graphics driver
- Launch Device Manager and expand the Display adapters section.
- Right-click on your graphics card and choose Uninstall.
- Restart your PC.
- Download the latest graphics driver for your graphics card.
- Install the graphics driver.
Disable antivirus software
- Some users have reported that disabling the antivirus software fixed the issue for them. So, try disabling your antivirus temporarily and see if it fixes the error. If it doesn’t, you can reinstall your antivirus and try fixing the issue again.
- Update your graphics card driver
Drivers often cause issues with gaming laptops. So, try updating your graphics card driver to see if that changes anything.
- Delete the .gamie file
Users have reported that deleting the .gamie file from their C: drive fixed the error. So, you should try doing that as well.
- Delete the .gamie file from the appdata folder
If the error still persists, try deleting the .gamie file from the appdata folder. To do that, go to your Windows Search bar and enter appdata in the text field.
- Once appdata appears in the search results, select it and click on the Open button.
- Once appdata opens, search for the gamie folder.
- Once you find the gamie folder, click on it and delete it.
- Uninstall the GameMaker: Studio
- GameMaker: Studio is known to cause problems with gaming laptops. So, try uninstalling it to see if that fixes the error.
Run the Power troubleshooter
- Press Windows + I to launch the Settings app, and then click on Update & Security.
- Now, click on Troubleshoot from the left pane.
- Click on Additional troubleshooters, and then click on Gaming Consoles and Gaming Devices.
- Finally, click on Run the troubleshooter, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process.