Party Animals is a delightful multiplayer game where players control cute and fuzzy animals in comical battles. However, like any online game, it’s not immune to technical issues. One such problem that players may encounter during their in-game journey is the “Application Load Error 6:0000065432”. When this error occurs, it can prevent you from launching the game and joining the fun with your friends. So, is there a known way to fix it? Let’s find out.
One thing we know is that this error isn’t exclusive to Party Animals. Yes, like many other errors, this one too seems to pop up in different games. Often encountered by players while trying to launch certain games, the reasons for this error may be due to problems with the game’s installation, missing or corrupted files, or conflicts with third-party software, such as antivirus programs. So, how do you fix it? More details are shared below.
Party Animals Application Load Error 6:0000065432: Is there any fix yet
First and foremost, this error does not have any official fix yet. Well, not at least at the time of writing this article. However, it is not entirely new, and gamers have been dealing with this one in other games as well. So, from the knowledge we have, there are some workarounds you may try to get back into the game. Just be aware that these are just potential fixes and, as such, are not guaranteed to work for everyone.
Run as Administrator
The simplest solution often works wonders. So, to fix this error code, right-click on Party Animals’ .exe file that can be found inside its installation folder or its shortcut, and select the “Run as administrator” option. This action grants the game the necessary permissions to access your system resources, potentially getting rid of the error code.
Restart and Run Steam as an Administrator
Occasionally, the issue might stem from Steam itself. So, restart your PC, and when it boots up, right-click on Steam.exe and select “Run as administrator”. After this, launch Party Animals from your Steam library.
Verify the Integrity of Game Files
Sometimes, corrupted or missing game files can trigger this error. To check for and repair such issues, open your Steam library, right-click on “Party Animals”, go to “Properties”, and click on the “Installed Files” tab. Then, select “Verify Integrity of Game Files”.
Turn Off 3rd-Party Antivirus Software/Whitelist the game
Sometimes, third-party antivirus software can interfere with game launches. Temporarily disable your antivirus program and try launching Party Animals again. Make sure to re-enable it afterward for continued protection. Furthermore, you can try adding the game’s .exe file to your antivirus software’s exception/exclusion list. To add the game to the exception list of your Windows firewall, enter “firewall” in the Windows search box, and choose the “Allow an app through firewall” option. Then, click “Change Settings”, followed by “Allow Another App”, and add the .exe file of Party Animals by clicking on the Browse option and heading to the game’s installation directory. Once this is done, launch the game and check if the issue persists.
Repair the Steam Library Folder
Corrupted Steam library folders can also be a culprit. To ensure it is not, go to Steam > Settings > Downloads > Steam Library Folders. Select your primary library folder and click “Repair Library Folder”. This will repair any issues with your game installation.
Move the Game Folder to Another Steam Directory
To move the game to a different location, start by opening your Steam client, head to Library, right-click on Party Animals, select “Properties,” navigate to the “Installed Files” tab, and click on the “Move Install Folder” option. From there, choose a different Steam directory for the game’s installation, and click “Move”. This process can help if there are issues with the current installation path, potentially resolving the error.
As a last resort, if none of the previous methods resolve the issue, consider uninstalling and reinstalling the game, and Steam as well. Once Steam is reinstalled, you can redownload Party Animals and see if the error persists.
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