How To Fix Fortnite LS-0014 Error | File Not Found

Code 14 indicates that the driver for the graphics card requires overwriting files. It can be due to corrupted or poorly installed graphics drivers. As you can see from the full error message, you need to restart your computer to make the device work again.

How To Fix Fortnite LS-0014 Error | File Not Found 


How do I fix error code 23 on fortnite?

Launch the game again. Yep, it’s the age-old “try turning it off and on again” fix, and this should be enough to get you back into the game! Step 2: If you see error code 23 again, repeat step one – turn off your console or computer or device, boot it up, and try again to start up Fortnite.

Restart the game.

This simple troubleshooting step may help if the cause of the problem is due to a minor or random bug with the game client or the Epic Games system. Just close Fortnite and force quit the Epic Games launcher using the Task Manager (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC) before you launch the game again.

If the error returns after restarting both apps, proceed to the next solutions below.

Update Fortnite.

Make sure that you install the latest update for the game before you play. Epic Games launcher should automatically do the updates for you but sometimes, the auto-updater may fail to check after a quick restart. Simply restart Fortnite one more time to ensure that the game client is running its latest version at this time.

Verify” The Fortnite Installation

The next method that you can use to fix Fortnite error 0xc00007b is to verify the installation of the Fortnite. You just have to follow these simple steps:

First, you have to open the Epic Games Launcher application to run the verification process. If you face any problem in opening the launcher application, then just follow the given folder path

Press Windows+E buttons to open Explorer

Now, Program Files (x86) or Program Files >> Epic Games >> Fortnite >> Fortnite Game >> Win64 >> Binaries

  • You have to Delete this Win64 Binaries folder.
  • Go to your PC or Desktop and look for Epic Games Launcher Icon.
  • Now, Double click on it, this will open up the Epic games launcher.

  • Now look for the Fortnite tab and click on it.
  • Here you will find the Green color Launch button, click on it.

  • Now select “Verify” from the pop-up list.

 Delete and reinstall Fortnite.

If none of the solutions above has helped at all, you can try to remove the game from your system and reinstall it afterwards. Reinstallation may work if the cause of the problem lies deep within the Windows Operating System.

Follow the steps below on how to uninstall Fortnite:

  • Go to the system tray and right click on Epic Games Launcher to close it.
  • Go to the installation folder of Fortnite. (The default installation directory is C:\Program Files\Epic Games\)
  • Right-click on the game folder and click on Delete.
  • Restart the Epic Games Launcher.
  • Reinstall Fortnite.

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