In this post, we will show you how to fix the game Muck that reportedly started to keep stuttering and learn the reason why it happens. Apparently, it’s not a serious problem as long as it’s software-related. So continue reading to learn more.
Game stuttering is often a sign of a minor software problem. Glitches happen all the time and this can be just one of those cases wherein the game just encounters minor bugs. However, it can also be due to a slow or unstable Internet connection that the game stutters every now and then.
It is important that you take a little time troubleshooting the game as well as your PC to know why such a problem occurs. So if you’re one of the gamers of Muck that’s currently dealing with the stuttering, here are the things you should do:
Fix #1: Force stop Muck and reopen it
When it comes to fixing game stuttering issues, the first thing you have to do is to force stop the game in question, especially if the problem started without apparent reason. A glitch in the game can often be fixed by just stopping and reopening it.
To force stop the game, press the CTRL, ALT and Delete keys at the same time.
- Click Task Manager.
- Once the window pops up, look for Muck and click on it.
- Now click on the End task button at the lower-right corner of the window to close it.
Once the game is closed, reopen it and see if it still stutters while in a match.
Fix #2: Make sure you have a fast connection
While most of the time the stuttering can be due to a bug or glitch, it is also possible that you’re just having some issues with your Internet connection. So you also have to look into it and see if that’s really the case. Here’s what you should do:
- Log on to SpeedTest.net.
- Click Go and wait until the speed test is complete.
Once the results show, compare your Download and Upload speed to your plan to see if you’re getting the ideal connection. If you have a slow connection or no connection at all, try rebooting your router or modem. Or you may call your service provider and have it fixed.
Fix #3: Verify the integrity of game files
After doing the first two solutions and Muck continues to stutter, what you have to do next is to have its game files scanned and repaired by the Steam client. It will automatically detect problematic files and attempt to repair them. Here’s how you initiate it:
- Launch the Steam client.
- Navigate to the Library tab, right-click on Muck and click Properties.
- Navigate to Local Files and then click Verify integrity of game files.
- Wait until the verification is finished.
It may take a few minutes before this process is finished but once the Steam client is done checking the game files, the problem can be solved.
Fix #4: Reinstall Muck
If the previous solution fails as well, then the problem can be with the installation files themselves. So your last resort will be to uninstall the game to also delete all its cache and installation files. Here’s how it’s done:
- Launch the Steam client.
- Navigate to the Library tab and right-click on Muck.
- Hover over Manage, and click Uninstall.
- Click Uninstall one more time to remove the game from your computer.
After the game is uninstalled, restart your PC to refresh its memory. After that, download the game and wait until it’s reinstalled successfully. It should work perfectly now.
We hope that this troubleshooting guide can help you one way or the other.
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