Not enough video memory error in Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC
Not so long ago, the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC took place, however, many players were unable to enter the game due to the error “The amount of video memory does not meet the minimum system requirements.”
What is the reason for the low video memory error?
Based on the previously published system requirements, in order to be more or less comfortable playing Red Dead Redemption 2 on a PC, your video card must have at least two to three gigabytes of video memory.
If you try to run a game on a video card with a 1GB buffer (or even less), then you will encounter poor performance or you will be greeted with the message “The amount of video memory does not meet the minimum system requirements.”
What if the video memory meets the system requirements?
This is already a real dilemma. If Red Dead Redemption 2 does not start on your computer, which clearly meets the stated system requirements, then the problem is clearly something else. We recommend trying the following:
- update the drivers for the video card;
- run the game as administrator;
- disable full screen optimization;
- reinstall the Rockstar Games Launcher;
- update DirectX;
- restart your computer.
By following the tips above, you will definitely be able to overcome the “Video Memory Not Meeting Minimum System Requirements” error in Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC.