MIP 67 is a Memory Integrity Protection error code that occurs when a device attempts to access protected memory that it does not have permission to access. This can happen if a device tries to execute code that is not signed by a trusted authority, or if it tries to access data that is outside of its allowed memory range. MIP 67 errors can also occur when a device tries to access memory that has been marked as read-only.
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1. Turn on Anisotropic Filtering
- Open the NVIDIA Control Panel.
- Under Display, click Adjust Resolution.
- Click on the Anisotropic Filtering option.
- Check the box next to Enable Anisotropic Filtering.
- Click on the Quality Options button.
- Select the Best Quality option.
- Click on the Apply button.
2. Lower in-game settings
- To lower in-game settings, open the main menu and select "Settings."
- Scroll down to "Graphics" and click on it.
- On the "Graphics" page, under "Settings," you'll see three options: "Texture Quality," "Anti-Aliasing," and "Shadow Quality."
- Click on "Texture Quality" and set the slider to the left to "Low."
- Click on "Anti-Aliasing" and set the slider to the right to "Off."
- Click on "Shadow Quality" and set the slider to the left to "Low."
- Click on "Settings" and exit the Settings menu.
- Click on "Play" to start the game.
3. Update your graphics drivers
- Go to device manager and locate your graphics card.
- Right click on the graphics card and select "Update Driver Software".
- Click on the "Browse my computer for driver software" button.
- Locate the driver software for your graphics card and click on it.
- Click on the "Next" button.
- Select the "Install" button and follow the on-screen instructions.
- Once the installation is complete, reboot your computer.
- If the graphics driver was updated successfully, you will see a message stating as such.
4. Check for graphic card overheating
- First, open up the computer and locate the graphic card. You will see a cooling fan and heat sink attached.
- If the fan is not running or the heat sink is not cool to the touch, it is likely that the graphic card is overheating.
- To fix this, you will need to remove the graphic card and replace the fan and heat sink.
5. Close other applications running in the background
- Close any open applications that are running in the background.
- Click on the "Windows" button on the bottom left corner of your screen.
- Click on the "System" tab.
- In the "System Properties" window, click on the "Processes" tab.
- In the "Processes" tab, select the "Mip 67" process and click on the "End Process" button.
- Click on the "Start" button to restart your computer.