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How do you fix the EA error code 672?

Published on April 13th, 2022

The EA error code 672 is a problem with the Exchange Server that is preventing it from working correctly. This can be caused by a variety of things, but most often it is caused by a corrupt or damaged Exchange database. This can be caused by a number of things, including hardware failures, software corruption, or even user error. If the Exchange Server is not able to start, this error will be displayed. In order to fix this, you will need to use the Exchange Recovery tool to repair the Exchange database.

1. Update your drivers

  1. Access your device manager by pressing Windows Key + M
  2. Click on Device Manager
  3. Find your graphics card and click on it.
  4. Look for any updates or fixes that might be available for your graphics card.
  5. Click on the update button and browse to the location of the driver file.
  6. Click on the file and allow Windows to install the driver.
  7. Reboot your computer if prompted.

2. Reinstall your game

  1. On your computer, go to EA's website and sign in.
  2. On the main menu, click on the "Games" tab.
  3. On the "Games" tab, under "My Games & Apps," select "Origin."
  4. On the "Origin" page, click on the "Games" tab.
  5. On the "Games" tab, under "My Games & Apps," select "Battlefield 1."
  6. On the "Battlefield 1" page, click on "Manage" under the "Games" heading.
  7. On the "Battlefield 1" page, click on the "Extras" tab.
  8. On the "Extras" tab, click on the "Origin Games" link.
  9. On the "Origin Games" page, click on the "Battlefield 1" link.
  10. On the "Battlefield 1" page, click on the "Reinstall" link.
  11. On the "Battlefield 1" page, click on the "Install" button.
  12. On the "Install" page, click on the "Restart" button.
  13. On the "Restart" page, click on the "Install" button.
  14. On the "Install" page, click on the "OK" button.
  15. On the "Battlefield 1" page, click on the "Play" button.

3. Delete your game's cache files

  1. Delete your game's cache files by opening up your game's file manager and navigating to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Electronic Arts\Battlefield 4".
  2. Locate the "settings" folder and delete the "settings" folder and its contents.
  3. Locate the "cache" folder and delete the "cache" folder and its contents.
  4. Locate the "logs" folder and delete the "logs" folder and its contents.

4. Verify your game files

  1. open your install folder
  2. inside of the install folder is a folder called "EA Games"
  3. Inside of the EA Games folder is a folder called "Origin Games"
  4. Inside of the Origin Games folder is a folder called "Dragon Age"
  5. Inside of the Dragon Age folder is a folder called "Dragon Age Origins"
  6. Inside of the Dragon Age Origins folder is a folder called "Dragon Age Inquisition"
  7. Inside of the Dragon Age Inquisition folder is a folder called "DAI"
  8. Right-click on the "Dragon Age Inquisition" folder and select "Properties"
  9. Select the "General" tab and click on the "Verify Integrity of Game Files" button
  10. Click on the "OK" button and wait for the verification process to finish

If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:

  1. Change your game's launch options.
  2. Try running your game in compatibility mode.
  3. Temporarily disable your antivirus program.
  4. Repair your registry.
  5. Contact EA for support.