The Division 2 Error Code OSCAR24 or OSCAR25 While Launching

The Division 2 error code oscar24 or oscar25 usually occurs when you try to run the game and it won’t launch. This is because another instance of the game is already running which you need to close using the Task Manager.

The Division 2 is an online action role-playing first released in 2019. It is a sequel to 2016’s The Division game and is set in the future of Washington D.C. that has been ravaged by the smallpox pandemic. It is a popular game due to its open world design that allows a certain amount of freedom for players.

What to do when you get error code OSCAR 24 in The Division 2

One of the problems that you might encounter when playing this game is when the game will not launch. Here’s what you need to do to fix this


  • Restart the computer.

End The Division 2 process from the Task Manager

When you try to run the game but it doesn’t open then there’s a chance that the previous game process is still running (probably in the background). You should end this from the task manager.

Time needed: 5 minutes.

End task of The Division 2

  1. Right click the Start button.

    This can be found on the lower left side of the screen.The Division 2 Error Code OSCAR24

  2. Click on Task Manager.

    This opens the Task manager window. If this is the first time you run this then make sure to click on More details on the lower left side of the window.What to do when you get error code OSCAR 24 in The Division 2

  3. Click the Process tab.

    This is the first tab on top of the process tab

  4. Right click The Division 2 process then click on End Task.

    This will terminate the process.end task

Once you have completed these steps try running the game again.

After performing the steps listed above you will successfully fix The Division 2 error code oscar24 issue.

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