Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit has been launched recently by EA and even though the game is quite a solid one that turns the franchise into a real fan gainer, there are a few problems with the game itself, especially some annoying crashes to the desktop that drive the players mad. In this article, we’ll try to find some ways to fix Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit crashes, so start reading and good luck in finding the fix for the game!

One thing you should take into consideration before addressing any of these crash fixes is that your computer meets the minimum system requirements to run NFS Hot Pursuit. If it does, here is what you could try to fix the crashes of the game:

1. If you’re running a multi-core processor, try setting the affinity to 2. To do this, run Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit then press alt+tab to switch out of the game. Right click NFS11.exe and set affinity to 2.

2. Disable anti-aliasing through your video card’s control panel

3. Try stopping all background applications, including Internet browsers and antivirus software.

4. Reinstall the game.

Indeed… there is not that much to do in order to try and fix the Need for Speed Hot Pursuit crashes, but these little tricks my work, so it’s worth trying them! Good luck and don’t forget to share any other possible solution you have to fix these problems.