How To Install Fortnite on Unsupported OS versions

Are you facing an issue of Unsupported OS while downloading the Fortnite on your Windows PC/ Laptop? Well, if the answer is yes then, here is the guide for How To Install Fortnite on Unsupported OS versions?

Run Fortnite on an unsupported OS

  • First, you have to update your PC hardware
  • Secondly, you have to buy a 64-bit PC
  • Thirdly, you need to use a PC emulator
  • Finally, you have to install 64-bit partition on your drive.
  • Now let’s see in detail about each point, so here we go!
Fortnite on Unsupported OS versions

Update your PC hardware

You have to update your PC, so replace RAM to a 64-bit RAM and reinstall Windows OS.

Note: Keep the backup of essential files and restore after updating your Windows PC.

Buy a 64-bit PC

You can buy a 64-bit PC because some PC cannot handle heavy-duty games such as Fortnite.

Use a PC emulator

You need to use a PC emulator to run the game but, some emulator may not work with your PC. Depending on the configuration, you can choose emulator, so the following are a few of them.

  • Epsxe
  • MednaFen
  • PCSXR
  • PCSX2

But if this doesn’t work then, you need have to proceed to the next step.

Install 64-bit partition on your drive

So the final way of getting Fortnite to run is to install 64-bit partition on Windows 10 PC. As Windows 10 64-bit version has more advanced productivity which gives more options as a PC user.

But it has a limit as the upgrade path enable to move a qualifying version to its similar edition on the software. Thus, you need to clean the installation and reconfigure the settings installing a new 64-bit version.

Now follow the following steps to install 64-bit partition on your drive.

Check your PC compatibility

  • First, you have to see that your PC is compatible to install Windows 10 64-bit or not. For checking your PC has a 64-bit processor or not, do this.
  • You have to use to open the Setting Menu (Windows Key + I).
  • After that, you have to click on System and click on About and tab will open.
  • Now, you will see two distinct information, so if you see 32-bit operating system, the x64-based processor then, r PC is compatible with Windows 10(64-bit).
  • And if you see 32-bit operating system, the x86-based processor then, our PC is not compatible with Windows 10 (64-bit).

Steps to Install a Fresh Copy of Windows 10

As Microsoft does not allow a direct path from 32-bit to a 64-bit version of Windows 10, so you need to install a fresh copy of Windows 10.

  • First, connect an 8GB USB flash drive and go to Microsoft’s Windows 10 download page.
  • Now download the Media Creation Tool on your PC then, double-click on MediaCreationTool.exe file.
  • After that, check the license terms and conditions and click on accept.
  • Now choose the Create installation media for another PC option and click on Next.
  • You can uncheck the box using the recommended options for this PC option.
  • Now select your language in the menu, select edition, and, architecture which is 64-bit (x64) and click on Next.
  • After that, in the menu, you have to choose the USB flash drive option.
  • Now from the drop list, select the removable drive and click on next.
  • Once the media is created, you can exit the Media Creation Tool.

Steps To Install the Fresh Copy 64-bit version of Windows 10

  • First of all, you have to restart the PC with the installation flash media connected then, start the installation of Windows 10.
  • On the Windows Setup Menu, you have to click on next and click on Install now.
  • If your Windows 10 version is activated then, you can skip this option.
  • If a prompt will appear on the screen saying that enter a product key then, merely click on the licensing agreement and then click on Next.
  • After that, click the Custom and choose and delete system partitions and click on Next.
  • Follow the screen directions to complete the installation and go to Settings > Update & security > Windows Update.
  • If you don’t get the drivers through the Windows Update then, you can your computer’s manufacturer website for downloading and installing the 64-bit version of the drivers.
  • After that, you can install any previous app and restore your personal files from your backup.

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