Before we start the How-to do it, let us understand what is Origin? Origin is nothing but a service platform by Electronics Arts. The Need for Speed and FIFA game developer and worldwide distributor. For familiarity, one can compare it with its competitors like Steam and Epic Launcher that enables a user to buy, download, play games and install other services on it.
Origin has vast number of games with a very tremendous library created and owned by the same firm which is Electronics Arts. It is the only place to digitally buy and play them. It has some great and top-notch titles such as-
- Need for Speed
Regardless of all of this, there’s a catch, while plating some games, some of the features won’t load with certain crashed to the system. Also, in certain cases, the Origin app did not even start which is the main problem that we are going to solve in the article.
So, our team tested things out, and well, we found that it was not the system but the Origin client was causing the issue. We tried few methods that worked for us and landed up doing this article.
Disclaimer: “Geekybytes team does not hold any responsibility of any damage caused to the files and windows processes.”
Fixes to Origin Client not loading
1. Try Running the Origin client as an administrator
Due to the fact that Origin client is not able to use resources at full capacity, it might so happen that it might not work the way it has to work.
To run it as an administrator,
- Right click on the Origin.exe file.
- Move to the bottom and click properties.
- In the new pop up dialog box, move to the compatibility tab.
- Tick the run as an administrator.
- Click apply.
- Press ok.
Restart the application and see if the process worked.
2. Verifying the Network
Another way to fix the problem is by verifying the network which might solve the problem.
Just follow the steps below to check it.
- Open the browser.
- Search for any item and observe the internet connection.
- If it is working, move to the next fix.
- If the site is not loading, contact the internet service provider.
3. Try clearing the origin cache
Sometimes, improper settings and temporary file cache can lead to corrupted files and loading problems.
- Close all the Origin processes.
- Press Windows Key + R at the same time.
- This will open the Run dialog box.
- Type %ProgramData%Origin in that same box and press ok.
- Now, navigate to the folder and right-click to delete all the files except for
- After that, again press Windows Key + R at the same time.
- This will again open the Run dialog box.
- Type %AppData% in that same box and press ok.
- Now, navigate to the Local folder and right-click to delete all the files.
Restart the computer to check if the problem is resolved.
Final Option | Conclusion
If none of the above methods work, re-install the Origin application by following the steps.
- Uninstall the previous version by moving to the Control Panel.
- Uninstall the application by navigating to
- After that, install the latest version by clicking
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