The TslGame.exe application Error may sometimes affect PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). PUBG often crashes due to the problem in the beginning or middle of a game.
The memory could not be read, according to the error notice, which normally includes further information.
A single instance is nothing to be concerned about, but a persistent TslGame.exe application error indicates a problem. On light of this, here’s how to resolve the TslGame.exe application problem that causes PUBG to crash in Windows 10 and 11.
Verify the Integrity of PUBG’s Files
Open your Steam app and go to Library.
Right-click the PUBG game and select Properties.
Select Local Files.
Click on the Verify Integrity of Game Files option.
Wait for Steam’s verification to complete its inspection before updating any game files that need it.
Disable the NVIDIA GeForce Experience Overlay
Open the GeForce Experience software.
Go to Settings.
Go to General and look for In-Game Overlay in Features.
Adjust Your PC’s Virtual Memory Settings
Type Performance Monitor in your Windows Search bar and open it.
Go to Advanced tab.
Click on the Change option on the Virtual Memory window.
Deselect the Automatically manage paging file size checkbox on that window if selected.
Click the Custom size setting.
Input the Recommended size in the Initial Size box.
Multiply the Initial size by 1.5 and put that value in the Maximum Size box.
Click on Set then OK.
Restart your PC after changing the Virtual Memory options.
Reinstalling PUBG is the last step in troubleshooting the TslGame.exe Application Error. To repair a file corruption problem, you may need to reinstall a brand-new version of PUBG. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and other Steam games are covered in detail in our guide to reinstalling Steam games.