However, developers of Windows 10 added few new compatibilities to Windows 10, and one of them breaks the games of the decade.
Some users have posted the rtti data access violation error in the Windows 10 Gaming forums:
> I want to play Unreal Tournament 2004 on Windows 10. It installs fine, but > everytime I try to launch it, it freezes at the splash screen, then gives > this error:
* rtti data access violation error
In this guide, we will explore some of the best solutions for fixing the rtti data access violation error, so make sure to keep reading.
- The rtti data access violation error is accompanied by blue screen errors.
- The rtti data access violation error appears when certain drivers are unable to run.
Disable Windows Defender
- Press Windows Key + I to open the Settings app and select System.
- Choose Windows Update from the left pane. In the right pane, click Advanced options.
- Now, go to the Reset settings button.
- Check Delete personal settings and click Reset.
Uninstall ReFS in command prompt
- Press Windows + R, type cmd, and hit Ctrl + Shift + Enter to open Command prompt as an administrator.
- Now, paste the following command in Command prompt and hit Enter: rd /s /q /f /y C:ReFS
Run the SFC scan
Press Windows Key + S and enter cmd. Select Run as administrator under Command prompt.
Now enter the following command and press Enter: sfc /scannow
- Wait for the scanning process to be completed, then restart your computer.
Check if the rtti file is damaged
- If the file is corrupted, you can replace it with a working version.
- If you’re not sure which file is causing the error, the easiest way is to replace the rtti file with the one from the working game.
Use a third-party software to fix ReFS
Download the free version of the tool from the official company website.
Run the tool as administrator.
- Connect the USB drive with the problem.
- Click Start Scan.
- After the scan is finished, choose Repair.
Install the latest Windows Updates
- Press the Windows key + I to launch the Settings app, and click on the Update & Security option.
- Click on the Windows Update tab, and select Check for updates.
Run the chkdsk command
- Type cmd in the search box and right-click on Command prompt.
- Choose Run as administrator.
- In the Command prompt window, type the chkdsk /f command and press the Enter key.
- Wait for the command to complete and then restart your PC.
- Run the SFC scan
- Run the DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /Restorehealth command