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Valorant keeps kicking me out (fixed)

Valorant keeps kicking me out (fixed)

Picture this. You log in to Valorant hoping to have a fun night with the boys when the game just kicks you out out of nowhere. What do you do? Well, fortunately (or unfortunately) this is more common than you might think, which means we have a bunch of potential fixes you can utilize to get around this.

Today, we're here to go through all of the potential fixes you can use to stop Valorant from kicking you out. In addition to hardware and software-related fixes, we'll also be going through some technical fixes like turning your anti-virus off and using system restore to hopefully bypass the issue.

So, without further ado, here's what you can do when Valorant keeps kicking you out. If the issue was with your account since it got banned and you want to climb back to the rank you were on before, you can always use Eloking's boosting services. Just don't forget to use the code "BoostToday" so you get a 20% discount when you do so.

Is your PC good enough to run the game?

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The first thing to check is whether your system meets the minimum requirements to play Valorant because the game can't run properly if these specifications aren't met.

Minimum Requirements:

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 or AMD Athlon 200GE

GPU: Intel HD 4000 or AMD Radeon R5 200

If you meet these requirements and are still facing problems, check if UEFI secure boot is enabled in your system. If you don't have UEFI secure boot enabled, you can go to your motherboard's bios and turn it on from its settings.

Restart your PC

Another thing you can try is simply rebooting your computer because sometimes Valorant's anti-cheat, Vanguard, causes issues with the game when it doesn't open correctly, leading to crashes.

Change graphics settings

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Some in-game settings may mess up your game, so you might have to change some options to fix it. Just go into settings, then video, select the graphics quality tab, and then set everything to low/off so your system doesn't get too stressed while playing the game. You can also go to the general tab in the video and reduce the game's resolution, which will decrease the strain on your computer.

Update your drivers

Windows can sometimes corrupt drivers out of the blue, so the best thing to do is to reinstall your graphics drivers. To reinstall them, we suggest you install DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller) and uninstall your drivers completely. Once you've uninstalled your drivers, go to AMD, Intel, or Nvidia's website, depending on your GPU, and download and install drivers from there.

Disable your anti-virus

This solution may seem weird since antiviruses are known to protect your system from threats, but they often interfere with game files with random checks that can cause crashes. Some antiviruses think Valorant or its anti-cheat, Vanguard, are viruses, so they prevent them from running properly. 

Use system restore

Windows updates are infamous for corrupting random files, so you can fix it by reverting the update as if it never happened. To undo the update, search "Create a restore point" in your Windows search bar and open the first thing that pops up. Over there, you'll see an option called "System restore" near the top. Click that, and it'll open a new window with a list of dates and times Windows has backed itself up. Just select the time before your game starts crashing and hit next. 

This method won't work if your Windows doesn't automatically make restore points.

Reinstall the game

If all else fails, your best bet is to reinstall Valorant. First, you can uninstall it by going into settings and selecting Apps, where you can find the "Installed apps" options. Over there, search for Valorant and Vanguard and uninstall them both. Once you've done that, go to the game's official website and download it again.

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