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How to fix Rust error code 20006?

Published on April 13th, 2022

The rust error code 20006 is a code that indicates that there is a problem with the way that a particular program is trying to access memory. This can be due to a number of reasons, but most commonly it is caused by either a program trying to access memory that it does not have permission to access, or by a program trying to access memory that does not exist.

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1. Update to the latest version of Rust

The steps to update to the latest version of Rust are as follows:

  1. Go to the Rust website and download the latest installer.
  2. Run the installer, and follow the on-screen instructions.
  3. After the installation is complete, restart your computer.
  4. Open a terminal window, and type the following command to install the latest version of Rust: cargo install --update rust-1.30.0
  5. If the installation is successful, you will see a message stating that the installation was successful.
  6. Type the following command to verify the latest version of Rust is installed: rustc --version
  7. If the installation was successful, you will see the latest version of Rust installed, and the following message will be displayed: rustc 1.30.0 (about 1 week ago)
  8. If the installation was not successful, you will see the following message: error: failed to install rust-1.30.0 to C:\Program Files (x86)\rust-1.30.0\rustlib\bin
  9. To fix the Rust error code 20006, you will need to update your Rust installation. To do this, type the following command: cargo update rust-1.30.0
  10. If the installation is successful, you will see the following message: error: failed to update rust-1.30.0 to C:\Program Files (x86)\rust-1.30.0\rustlib\bin
  11. If the installation is not successful, you will see the following message: error: failed to install rust-1.30.0

2. Check for updates to your graphics drivers

  1. Right click on your graphics card and select "Update Driver"
  2. In the "Driver File" window, select the appropriate driver from the list and click on "Install"
  3. If the driver installation completes without error, close Device Manager
  4. Open the Rust Client
  5. Click on the "Options" button
  6. In the "Settings" window, click on the "Graphics" tab
  7. Check for updates to your graphics drivers and, if available, select the latest drivers from the list and click on "Update"
  8. If the drivers are not available, the Rust Client will prompt you to install the drivers from the official Rust website
  9. Close the Rust Client and restart your computer
  10. If the graphics drivers have been updated, the Rust error code 20006 will no longer be displayed

3. Try running the game in Windowed mode

  1. Open the game in windowed mode.
  2. If the game does not start, click the "Play" button and then click the "Windowed" button in the "Options" menu.
  3. Click the "Start" button to begin playing the game.
  4. If the game does not start, click the "Windowed" button and then click the "Full Screen" button.
  5. If the game does not start, click the "Windowed" button and then click the "Exit" button.
  6. If the game crashes while you are playing, click the "Windowed" button and then click the "Debug" button.
  7. In the "Debug" window, type "cfg game.cfg" and press Enter.
  8. In the "Debug" window, type "console" and press Enter.
  9. In the "Debug" window, type "error code" and press Enter.
  10. If the error code is 20006, type "error code 20006" and press Enter.

4. Try running the game in borderless windowed mode

  1. Open the game in borderless windowed mode
  2. Go to the Settings tab
  3. Under "Display", select "Borderless windowed mode"
  4. Click the "Apply" button
  5. If the game still fails to run, try reinstalling it

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

  1. Try running the game in Safe Mode.
  2. Try resetting your game settings.
  3. Try verifying your game files.
  4. Try reinstalling your game.