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How do I fix MIP 67?

Published on April 11th, 2022

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

  1. Open the NVIDIA Control Panel.
  2. Under Display, click Adjust Resolution.
  3. Click on the Anisotropic Filtering option.
  4. Check the box next to Enable Anisotropic Filtering.
  5. Click on the Quality Options button.
  6. Select the Best Quality option.
  7. Click on the Apply button.

2. Lower in-game settings

  1. To lower in-game settings, open the main menu and select "Settings."
  2. Scroll down to "Graphics" and click on it.
  3. On the "Graphics" page, under "Settings," you'll see three options: "Texture Quality," "Anti-Aliasing," and "Shadow Quality."
  4. Click on "Texture Quality" and set the slider to the left to "Low."
  5. Click on "Anti-Aliasing" and set the slider to the right to "Off."
  6. Click on "Shadow Quality" and set the slider to the left to "Low."
  7. Click on "Settings" and exit the Settings menu.
  8. Click on "Play" to start the game.

3. Update your graphics drivers

  1. Go to device manager and locate your graphics card.
  2. Right click on the graphics card and select "Update Driver Software".
  3. Click on the "Browse my computer for driver software" button.
  4. Locate the driver software for your graphics card and click on it.
  5. Click on the "Next" button.
  6. Select the "Install" button and follow the on-screen instructions.
  7. Once the installation is complete, reboot your computer.
  8. If the graphics driver was updated successfully, you will see a message stating as such.

4. Check for graphic card overheating

  1. First, open up the computer and locate the graphic card. You will see a cooling fan and heat sink attached.
  2. 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.
  3. 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

  1. Close any open applications that are running in the background.
  2. Click on the "Windows" button on the bottom left corner of your screen.
  3. Click on the "System" tab.
  4. In the "System Properties" window, click on the "Processes" tab.
  5. In the "Processes" tab, select the "Mip 67" process and click on the "End Process" button.
  6. Click on the "Start" button to restart your computer.