Crashes on startup with Social Club Error 213/CitizenFX Fatal Error


#1

This is on a new, clean install of GTA. When trying to open FiveReborn, Social Club opens then starts to load, then quickly gives me this error and FiveReborn stops working. After I close the program, it gives me this error for CitizenFX. Sometimes the social club error doesn’t load before FiveReborn crashes.

CitizenFX.Log is http://pastebin.com/U8n8rGE8.

FiveReborn, GTA, and Social Club’s subprocess.exe are all added to the antivirus (Panda and Malwarebytes) and firewall exclusions. Same thing happens even if I disable firewall and AV’s.

I’m on Win 7 64 bit, GTA is updated. Running it as administrator and/or in compatibility mode for Win 7 gets the same error.

Regular game starts up fine.

Thanks


#2

Try deleting cache file in Fivereborn folder. Btw game should “load” social club but u dont need to sign in.


#3

Same crash and error after it re-downloaded everything.


#4

@Aerosod Is your Windows up to date?

Anyway, don’t worry about this error, make sure no FiveReborn processes are running in background then try again.


#5

Did some Windows updates, restarted. It no longer crashes immediately, but it’s still not working. It still gives me the Social Club Error 213. If I click retry, 5R then crashes. Clicking close the program doesn’t crash Social Club, but SC does infinitely load. If I click cancel, social club exits and I get the CitizenFX error. If I click offline mode, 5R doesn’t crash, but then it infinitely loads, and same thing for clicking cancel. If I click cancel from the beginng, same CitizenFX error.


#6

Still no fix, googling hasn’t helped. Anyone have any ideas?


#7

Panda? For real? Please delete that crap software.


#8

As far as free AV’s go, Panda’s rated pretty highly actually and comes without Avast’s constant attempts to get you to buy the full version, but I’ll try.


#9

Exact same problem with Panda uninstalled.


#10

anyone know waht to do when sever isnt showing up i have it on my pc addres and everything


#11

@Aerosod Windows anti virus is good enough if you watch out a bit. Then just sometimes scan your system with malwarebytes and it’s all good.


#12

Steam? CD? Or pirate?

Windows installation language? And language pack?