Mods: Please disable any addons or mods you may have installed, as these can occasionally cause some erratic behavior.
After you've disabled/uninstalled the mods, please restart Sins: Rebellion to see if your issue persists.
A full-fledged expansion to the original, Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion draws you even deeper into the galactic struggle for supremacy with appealing new factions, terrifyingly cool new ships of all sizes, enhanced lighting and particle effects for increased visual pleasure and all-new victory conditions.
Clients with AMD video cards Disable \ unload AMD's Gaming Evolved application and try to run the game again.Overclocked systems If you have your system or video card overclocked, you may want to try running at the stock clocks and then try the game again.Disable XFire or Virtu MVP If you have XFire or Virtu MVP installed, please disable them before playing Rebellion. Then try booting normally and see if the game starts.Starting Windows with Clean Boot Click the link below to run through how to start Windows in a clean boot state. If you still have issues: Please visit the support FAQ:https://forums.stardock.net/486601/sins-of-a-solar-empire-rebellion-support-faq For the most common questions, and to report on an issue further, please use this forum:https://forums.stardock.net/forum/402 We encourage you to post your issue there for peer and dev review.Disabling Mc Afee Anti-Virus Before downloading the game, please disable your Mc Afee anti-virus.
After the game has finished installing and you've activated the game, you may turn your Mc Afee anti-virus back on.
Restart your computer and reinstall Sins using Steam.
After it has completed the installation, please create a new save and let us know if you experience any further issues.
Corrupt settings: Click start and enter this in the search%userprofile%\Documents\My Games\Ironclad Games Delete the Rebellion directory and try again -'The Purge' Please uninstall Sins from Steam by following the instructions below.
STEAM: Right click Sins in your Steam library and select "Delete local content": will be prompted to delete the game (Dead Man's Draw is just an example): will be prompted to uninstall the game: Sins has been uninstalled, please press the Windows key and "R" at the same time.
Another resource for seeing if your issue is being addressed can be found in the Sins forum: -- Make sure your system meets the minimum requirements: MINIMUM: Drivers: Please go to your video card manufacturers website and install the most current drivers. Permissions (Windows 10 Upgrade): For some people, we have seen that permissions for the 'My Games' directory have changed after a Windows 10 upgrade (fresh Windows 10 installs would not have the issue).