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App Crash is often caused by issues in Windows Registry. To avoid entire system corruption it is recommended that you immediately fix App Crash.
- Scan for Virus and Restore Original Versions of Infected System Files. - Exclude Concerning Application from DEP and Firewall Protection. - Fix windows registry with Reginout.(Must) - Repair App Configurations. - Uninstall Recent Updates.
nfs.exe "need for speed app." are you playing a ea game?update your graphics ,audio and keyboard drivers.rt, click on it go to properties check the compatibility mode. shutdown any unnecessary process in taskmanager,lots of people having problems.ea is working on a patch if you cracked the game yourself,it might be a bad crack..overwighting nfs.exe with original nfs,exe also helped a couple guys,good luck let me know if you discover any other fixes