FiveM Crash


#1

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Version: Latest
Up to date: Steam, so yeah.
Legit or Pirate copy: Legit
Steam/CD/Social Club: Steam
Windows version: Windows 10, latest
Did you try to delete caches.xml and try again?: No idea where this caches.xml is…
Error screenshot (if any): N/A
System specifications: i7-6700k, 32GB DDR4 Ram, GTX960 4GB GDDR5
What did you do to get this issue: Try to connect to a server, play with FiveM menus.
What server did you get this issue on?: Depends. Sometimes I get it on the menu straight away… Sometimes ill be on Server tab, Localhost, or in RottenV:R/Transport Tycoon

Read about another D3D Crash and related it to DX11 issues, so I disabled Shadowplay (or whatever its called now) overlay.

Not sure why it keeps crashing but I am trying without the Shadowplay thing now…


#2

Caches.XML is in your FiveM Application Data folder.


#3

Okay, so apparently, things work a lot better without Nvidia Share (Shadowplay) enabled. I did not delete the Caches.xml, however I just played for at least an hour on a Deathmatch server.


#4

You should fill out the template better. Without any errors we really can’t help you :confused:


#5

Yeah, I forgot. It was late, and I spaced. I copied the error in notepad++, but i must have closed it. RIP.

Either way, it was a DirectX error… Turned off shadowplay and we were running good. So maybe dev’s should try turning on Shadowplay and see what happens. Could help.


#6

The answer is ‘nothing’, on the NVIDIA systems we test on it doesn’t cause any breakage whatsoever.


#7

Is this while using the Nvidia Share/Experience software or just the basic drivers?


#8

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