Connecting to "IP" Infinite loop?


#1

basically… trying to connect to servers with fivem and its a infinite connecting loop with any server i join

GTA V version? Not sure but its under latest.
Up to date? Yes
Legit or Pirate copy? Legit
Steam/CD/Social Club? Social
Windows version? Windows 10 64-bit - also up to date
Did you try to disable/uninstall your Anti-virus? yes
Did you try to delete caches.xml and try again? yes
Error screenshot - not needed…
GTA V folder screenshot - included
GTA V/update/x64/dlcpacks screenshot - included
Filepath to FiveM folder - C:\Users\Daddy\AppData\Local\FiveM
System specifications - I7-4790K, GTX 1050

GTA Folder:

DLCPacks:


#2

ya i am having the same problem and cant fix it


#3

I have the same problem


#4

Me too i have the same problem


#5

Me too need to play pls


#6

any ideas how to fix


#7

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBZQh8zUIm0&feature=youtu.be I made a video on how to fix.


#8

that works but most servers require steam to join so rip


#9

I have the same problem and I’ve been looking for hours and still no luck :frowning:


#10

has there been any new ideas on how to fix


#11

Also looking for an answer to this question. Same problem here.


#12

this is a big issue that needs to be fixed


#13

Yeee, i have the same promblem :C


#14

add fivem as exception in firewall.


#15

Already done for me but don’t change anything :frowning:


#16

if you have routers try open the port 30120 on them.


#17

I have added an exception to the firewall, heck I even tried to turn off the firewall.


#18

Done too but I’m still stuck on that fucking screen :frowning:

I think the issue come from steam, when i close it i can join the non-steam servers


#19

day 3 no fix and no statement from fivem addressing the problem :cry:


#20

Guys! I find something, you have to install “Source SDK Base 2007” (in “Library” --> “Tools” on steam). Then restart FiveM. That worked for me.

Tell me if that fix for you