[2022] How to fix “If Origin Stuck on Resuming Download”

Origin is a digital distribution platform that was developed by EA (Electronic Arts) and it works on an online video game store. Origin client has been developed for Android, Windows, iOS, macOS, etc.

In terms of Origin store or client-based games, there are many games available like Apex Legends, FIFA, Star Wars, Need for Speed, and more. As expected with technology, sometimes, PC users face video game-related issues and gaming client-related issues whether updating, launching, matchmaking, connecting to the server, and more.

Origin users facing Stuck on Resuming Download issue

There’s a specific issue with Origin where it gets stuck on resuming download. Many users have reported this issue and it has been troubling the users for a long time. It’s unlikely that EA will fix this problem permanently but in this guide, you’ll get to know how to fix if Origin Stuck on Resuming Download. So without further ado, let’s begin with how to fix the issue with Origin.

How to fix if Origin Stuck on Resuming Download

fix "If Origin Stuck on Resuming Download"

  • First of all, you should ensure that you’re running the Origin client as the admin.
  • Make sure that the installed drive partition has been installed in NTFS format instead of FAT32. Since the FAT32 format partition has a storage writing limitation of up to 4GB, it isn’t allowed to use more than that at the same time.
  • Ensure that there aren’t any issues with internet connectivity. Moreover, you should also check the Ethernet connection and the Wi-Fi connection.
  • Go to the Task Manager and then close the high CPU/memory consuming background processes from the list, including the Steam client. Once it is done, reboot your PC, and then try to check the Origin download.
  • Try and verify/repair the game files as the game files sometimes get corrupted or go missing because of unfortunate reasons.

Perform a clean boot on your PC

You can even perform a clean boot on your PC. To do that, follow these instructions

  • Go to Start and type “MSConfig”
  • A system configuration window will open and you should then choose Services
  • There, check the box “Hide all Microsoft Service”
  • Select Disable All
  • Now, click on startup and open task manager
  • Right-click on every program and then click on Disable
  • Then, close the Task Manager
  • Go to Select System Configuration and then click OK to save the changes
Aviral Sharma
Aviral Sharma
Aviral Sharma is a talented and passionate writer who has been using words to express his thoughts ever since he learnt how to hold a pen. He is passionate about outer space, history, sports and most importantly technology. Aviral is a regular writer for rootmygalaxy.net and has been getting better by the day.

Leave a Comment