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How to Fix Steam Application Error Load 3:0000065432.

If you are playing games with Steam, you may have experienced an error while downloading the application 3:0000065432. This often happens with Bethesda games such as Doom, Fallout 4 and Skyrim, but it can also happen with games from other publishers. Various factors can cause this problem, from interference from an antivirus to a damaged steam system. In this last part of our troubleshooting series we will show you how to solve this specific problem.

How can the application charging error 3:0000065432Steam be corrected?

Before following the recommended troubleshooting steps for this particular problem, I recommend that you first try restarting your computer. This way you can update your operating system, remove damaged temporary data and solve most software problems quite efficiently.

Game integrity test

The first thing to check is whether the problem is caused by damaged game files. You can do this by checking the integrity of the game.

  • Open the steam client and click on the Library tab.
  • Right-click on the game displaying the error, click on it and select Properties.
  • On the Properties menu, go to Local files and click on Integrity check of the game file.
  • When the process is complete, we will reopen the game.

Check if the error is logged when downloading the application 3:0000065432.

Steam Reset

It is possible that the problem is caused by damaged steam files. If he’s the culprit, you need to reinstall Steam.

  • Shut down the steam customer.
  • Open the start dialog by pressing the Windows + R button. Then type appwiz.cpl and press Enter to open the programs and functions.
  • Internal programs and functions, and find the steam intake. Then right-click and select Delete.
  • Once the steam has been removed, restart the computer.
  • Go to and download the Steam client.
  • Open SteamSetup.exe and follow the on-screen instructions to reinstall Steam.

Verify that the startup error of the application has been registered 3:0000065432.

Move the game folder to the original Steam folder

If you have installed the game in the user directory and not in the recommended location, this may cause a problem. Try moving the folder to the recommended location.

  • Go to the steam section and press the Settings button.
  • On the Settings menu, go to Downloads and click Steam Library Folders.
  • Click the Add Library Folder button and install C: Programs (x86) as the Steam Library folder. If your steam games are installed on a different drive, you should have two different library folders at the end of this step.
  • Save your changes and return to the Steam home page, then click the Library button. Then right-click on the game that displays Load Error 3:0000065432 and select Properties.
  • In the Game Properties window, open the Local Files tab and click the Move the installation folder button.
  • In the next window, use the Choose location for installation drop-down menu to select Install under C: Program files (x86) and click Next.
  • Wait until the movement is over and then open the game.

Check if the error is logged when downloading the application 3:0000065432.

Disabling antivirus software

Another factor that can cause this problem is the antivirus software installed on your computer. To find out if this is the cause of the problem, try turning it off.

If you are using Windows security

  • Select Start – Settings > Update and security – Windows Security – Virus and threat protection > Manage settings.
  • Disable real-time protection.

If you have Avast

  • Locate the Avast icon in the notification area of your computer and right-click on it.
  • Click on the Avast sign.
  • Find options to disable the program – the options are to disable the program for 10 minutes, an hour until the computer restarts, or permanently (until you turn it on yourself). Select the option you prefer and disable the program.

If you use AVG

  • Locate the AVG icon in the system tray of your computer and right-click it.
  • Click on the Temporarily disable AVG protection button.
  • Select how long AVG should be turned off and whether the AVG firewall should also be turned off.
  • Click OK to deactivate the antivirus program.

If you’re using McAfee

  • Locate the McAfee Antivirus icon in your computer’s system tray and right-click it.
  • Click on Close.
  • You should see a dialog box stating that the McAfee protection is disabled. In this dialog box, click Yes to deactivate the antivirus program.

Verify that the startup error of the application has been registered 3:0000065432.

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