How to Fix Memory error 13-71 Call Of Duty Warzone Windows 10/Xbox One/PS4

What is ‘Memory error 13-71 Call Of Duty Warzone’ in Windows 10/Xbox/PlayStation 4 (PS4)?

If you are experiencing ‘Memory error 13-71 Call Of Duty Warzone’ error in your Windows 10 computer/Xbox/PlayStation 4 (PS4) while trying to play ‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ game, then you are in right place for the solution. Here, you will be guided with easy steps/methods to resolve the issue. Let’s starts the discussion.

‘Call Of Duty Warzone’ game: ‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ game is free-to-play battle royale video game. This is part of ‘Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare’ and is connected to ‘Call Of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War’. Warzone game is designed & developed by Infinity Ward and Raven Software and published by ‘Activision’. Warzone allows online multiplayer combat among 150 players, although some limited-time games modes support 200 players. This Call Of Duty: Warzone game is available for PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, PS5, and Xbox series X/S.

However several users reported that they faced ‘Memory error 13-71 Call Of Duty Warzone’ error on their PS4/Xbox One/Windows 10 device when they tried to play ‘Call Of Duty Warzone’ game. This issue indicates you can’t play Warzone game due to this Memory Error 13-17. This error is appeared when your device has finished attempting to load the ‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ game.

The possible reason behind this error can be problem in ‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ game itself. If the issue is on the game server-side, then you will need to wait until the server issue is resolved by ‘Call Of Duty: Warzone’ developer team. Some users reported that that they faced this error after they were unknowingly added to ‘Regiment’, rather than accepting a Regiment Invite.

‘Memory error 13-71’ game error is appeared when joining Regiments which is the title’s in-game clan, try to avoid Regiments for now, and if you facing this error and you are already a member of Regiment, then you can follow our instructions to resolve the issue. Let’s go for the solution.

How to fix Memory error 13-71 Call Of Duty Warzone on Xbox One/PS5/Windows 10?

Method 1: Fix Windows PC Problems with ‘PC Repair Tool’

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Method 2: Try different Xbox Live Account

Several users reported that this error can be fixed by creating and using new Xbox Live account. When you create a new Xbox Live account, you can create a new gametag. Once you have created a new Xbox Live Account, open ‘Multiplayer’ and using ‘Xbox’ button, move to left until you can see your old gametag which is associated with memory error, and switch to your old gametag. After that, leave the ‘Regiment’ you are part of in ‘Social’ menu of the game. After that, try playing the game and check if it works without any issue.

Method 3: Disable Crossplay and leave a Regiment

Another possible way to fix the issue is to disable Crossplay, and then enable it again. When you are facing this memory error on the game, press ‘B’ button to select ‘Offline’, and go to ‘Account Settings’ and find and disable ‘Crossplay’ option. Now, go back to the main menu, trying playing online again and once you get the error that the crossplay feature must be enabled, back out. Now, go to ‘Social’ menu  and leave your Regiment, and then enable ‘Crossplay’ option under ‘Settings’ again and check if the issue is resolved.

Method 4: Delete Saved Game Data on Xbox

You can also try to fix the issue by deleting your ‘Call Of Duty Warzone’ game data.

Step 1: On Xbox, go to ‘Xbox Home > Settings > System > Storage > Manage Storage’

Step 2: Select ‘View Contents’ under ‘Manage Storage’ section. Select a game like ‘Call Of Duty Warzone’, press the menu button and select ‘Manage Game’

Step 3: Select ‘Saved Data’ in left-pane and select the game to access the game’s saved data

Step 4: After that, use ‘Options’ menu to delete files or to view more information about a specific file

Method 5: Delete and reinstall Call Of Duty Warzone

This issue can also be occurred due to issue with Call Of Duty Warzone game itself. You can try to fix the issue by deleting/uninstalling and then reinstall Call Of Duty Warzone game in your device. Depending on your device like Xbox, PS5 or Windows 10 computer, the process of uninstall and installation of Call Of Duty Warzone may differ so you should complete these process properly. Once reinstallation finished, retry opening Call Of Duty Warzone game and check if you can play the game without any issue.


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