Some tech tips for Forza Motorsport 7.
Forza Motorsport 7 is out, and it’s actually a surprisingly competent PC port, in spite of reported issues with forced single core usage (and other such problems). Microsoft’s PC ports have gotten progressively better over the last year or so, and while Forza 7 isn’t their best foot forward, it’s definitely on the upper end.
But, the best PC ports can have issues- and this isn’t a ‘best PC port’ to begin with. As such, there are problems you might run into trying to run this game, compounded even worse by the Windows Store, and the can of worms that opens up. We’re here to help you troubleshoot those problems- but first, let’s get the usual stuff out of the way.
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Generally speaking, some basic troubleshooting tips should always help you resolve whatever issue you are facing with the PC version of any game. The same holds true of Forza Motorsport 7 as well. If you are running into problems, maybe first attempt the following steps, and if they don’t work out, look into some of the more specific fixes we have below.
DOWNLOAD ERRORS ON WINDOWS STORE
Okay, I can’t actually help you with this. The Windows Store is an utter disaster, and trying to download large files causes the entire thing to fall apart- and Forza 7 is a very large file. It’s shameful that Microsoft have not addressed this already, but hey, here we are. My only advice is that you keep trying. Sadly, there is no alternate store you can try and get this from if you want to play this on PC.
Note: Given that the wide range of PC hardware out there, the fixes mentioned here may or may not work for you. But it’s worth giving them a shot since these have worked for players who own the PC version of the game.