Here’s how to fix the white screen error in the game Creative Destruction (ex-FortCraft) on the PC. The solution proposed here also fixes the “client stopped” error.
Creative Destruction is a great alternative to Fortnite for those who own a little computer, notebook or tablet. Even PCs without a dedicated card will be able to run the game at maximum. However, you must work around a small problem on the login screen.
The proposed solution addresses several Creative Destruction errors so let’s focus everything on just one tutorial.
This tutorial starts from the presumed Creative Destruction already installed. Here’s how to install the game on your PC.
Step 1. The first step is to run Powershell as Administrator. To do this, right-click on the start menu and choose Windows Powershell (Admin).
Step 2. When the blue screen opens, type: wsreset.exe and press enter.
Step 3. Go to the Microsoft Store, go to your account in the upper right corner and click “Exit”
Step 4. Please go back to your account location and log in to the Windows Store.
Step 5. Restart your computer.
Step 6. When rebooting it will take a while to open, this is normal. It is recreating the Microsoft Store cache.
Step 7. Disable your Antivirus and start the game Creative Destruction.
Step 8. Main! Wait for the game to start and resize the window so that it is smaller than the original size.
Step 9. Now click on any login option and wait (preferably use Facebook).
Ready, Creative Destruction will start. If you log in and can not start the game, wait a few seconds and click “Tap to enter the game”, even if the login screen is in front. Now is
Now, just play! Then when you open Creative Destruction again, you will see a screen like this (image below). Click “Login” to enter the game.
The problem with starting Creative Destruction is not related to the game, but rather the login options that are integrated with Windows 8/10. These APIs “bug” when trying to start the game. What we did was clear the cache of these integrated login options, allowing the game to start.
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