By Tom Capper – Updated June 17th, 2021
If you just installed a set of cheats for Warzone and excitedly booted up the game just to see that your hacks aren’t working as you expected them to, then you’re in the right place. In this guide, we’re going to explore what you can do to get your hacks working again by covering some of the most common culprits that can cause instability or other issues.
Keep in mind that this isn’t an exhaustive list of the problems that could potentially be hampering your use of cheats. If none of the following options help you get your cheats working, don’t hesitate to contact customer support and we’ll see if we can guide you through the process of fixing your Warzone hacks.
One of the most common issues that players run into when they’re trying to use their Warzone cheats is trouble with compatibility. This is why it’s so crucial to keep an eye on the specs about compatibility when you’re purchasing your hacks. There are two major forms of compatibility when it comes to hacks: software compatibility and hardware compatibility.
Software compatibility typically has to do with your operating system, since most games are automatically updated to the most recent version. Be sure to take a closer look at the required OS before you decide to purchase your set of hacks, since most of them require Windows 10 to run properly.
You’ll also have to take a look at the specific version of Windows that you’re trying to use with your cheats, as certain packages or versions may not work with some hacks. In these cases, you may have to roll back your version of Windows 10 so that you’ll be able to use your hacks.
Of course, you’ll also have to account for the kind of hardware that your computer is running the game on. Some cheats may only work with Intel processors, for example. It’s always a good idea to know the exact specs of your computer before going out and picking a pack of cheats at random.
If you’re getting errors and software exceptions with your cheats, then you may wish to see if the anti-virus program on your computer is blacklisting it. While it may be a little nerve racking to disable your anti-virus, you’ll run into a lot more trouble with your hacks if you don’t.
In most cases, anti-virus programs seem to think that cheats are hacks because they don’t have legitimate software certificates. Since cheats are grey market software, you can’t expect them to be certified by a legitimate company, so anti-virus will automatically assume that the software is malicious.
This can end up interrupting or otherwise messing up the installation process so that you run into errors when you try to run your cheats in-game. Because of this, you’ll always want to make sure that your anti-virus is disabled before you decide to start installing your latest pack of cheats for Warzone.
Some cheats may also require you to disable the secure boot feature in your computer’s BIOS. To access the BIOS, press the prompted key on your computer’s splash screen when it’s starting up. You can then go into your motherboard’s options so that you can disable secure boot.
If none of the above options worked for you so far, you can also take the step of uninstalling your cheats and then reinstalling them. This can help if you installed your cheats improperly the first time around. For example, if you installed your hacks with your anti-virus still on, you may need to reinstall the cheat pack.
Keep in mind that whether or not you can reinstall your cheats easily depends on the kind of cheats that you installed. Some cheat packages may not give you a simple uninstall option and you may end up having to uninstall the whole game before reinstalling it and then adding your cheats once again.
Many external cheat packs make it a little easier on you to uninstall them, as some come packaged with their own uninstallers. Before messing around with your game files, it’s usually a good idea to check any official documentation that you received with your cheats to make sure that you’re uninstalling them as recommended.
Freshly reinstalling your cheats may make up for any issues that occurred during the first installation, as perhaps a crucial file was skipped or potentially blacklisted by your anti-virus.