PUBG PC on an M1 MacBook Pro

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by PratyushK, Feb 22, 2022.

  1. PratyushK

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    I'm running Windows 11 through Parallels Desktop 17 on my M1 MacBook Pro. Everything has been running completely fine, apart from when I downloaded PUBG PC from my steam library and launched it, where I face the following error: Failed to initialize BattlEye service (driver load error 1275).
    I have searched and searched for some kind of a fix for driver load error 1275 but I've found little to no information about it online. Can anyone help me out with this?
     
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  2. IA_1

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    I have the same problem as you, the error code is 1275, I can't find any reason, if you find it, I hope you can inform me and tell me the solution, thank you, my email is jasonlin15749@gmail.com,
     
  3. MoisesV

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    I have the same problem as you, the error code is 1275, I can't find any reason, if you find it, I hope you can inform me and tell me the solution, thank you, my email is moiskm@gmail.com

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  4. emmapaul

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    Having same issue, let me know if anyone find the solution.
     
  5. GampaA@Parallels

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    Hi, To fix the BattlEye please go to "C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\[game name]" (make sure that you can see hidden files/folders if you can't find this directory) and delete the BattlEye folder there. If the issue still persists your system's root certificates might be broken/corrupted. Before doing this please reinstall the BattleEye and provide the access and check.
     
  6. Lumes75

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    Hi, does this fix work ? Deleting the BattleEye folder won't work for me. I get the same error ..
    How do I fix or check the system's root certificates ? If you have a link to a webpage for the root certificates, it might help ? Thanks!
     
  7. erdenH

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    I have the same too problem as you, the error code is 1275, I can't find any reason, if you find it, I hope you can inform me and tell me the solution, thank you, my email is huang_5761@163.com
     
  8. erdenH

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    hi , can you fix it , if you know please tell me how to do it , thank you very mutch~
     
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  9. VolodymyrT

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    me too ^)
     
  10. DebasmitaM@Parallels

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    Hello, please refer to this KB article and check if your current installation file of 3rd party application is compatible with ARM processor.
     
  11. 黄一腾

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    I have the same problem as everyone, the error code 1275,I tried to fix like DebasmitaM says, but I failed.if anyone know how to fix, please tell me how to do it , I will thank you very much
     
  12. 黄一腾

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    Maybe I know the reason: the battleye service needs a Windows kernel extension to help anti-cheating service. The driver may have an error when loading this extension
     

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  13. SamuelT6

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    Has there been a solution to this yet?

    Thanks in advance
     
  14. FrankS47

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    I think it might be because BattlEye doesn't allow Virtual Machines, since they are mostly used for cheating. I get a similar error 577 with windows 7
     
  15. KirillK3

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    Has there been a solution to this yet?
     

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