FiveM is connected to a different ID and I can't connect it with a new one

GTA V version = 1604.1

Up to date = yes

Legit or pirate copy? = Legit

Steam/CD/Social Club? =


Windows version? = Version 10.0.17763 Build 17763

Did you try to delete caches.xml and try again? = yes

Error screenshot (if any) = none

System specifications =
AMD Ryzen 5 2600
AMD Radeon RX 580
16GB 3000Mhz DDR4 ram
Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro mobo

What did you do to get this issue? = My girlfriend did not have a copy of GTA so she used my steam account to play GTA RP on her pc. I bought her a copy of the game and then tried to get in myself, on my PC. When I tried logging into the game I did so as her character, so I made a new Social Club account and linked it to her steam since she was using mine. I tried again(logged into her steam and the new social club account) and the same happened.

What server did you get this issue on? =

CitizenFX.log file =

.dmp files/report IDs

So to clear it out: my girlfriend used my steam and social club account to play GTA RP. I created a new social club and used her steam account to try and not log in as her character but it didn’t work. Then I tried linking her steam to my FiveM client to see if I got a different ID but got no results. I just wanted to find a way to play with my own ID on my computer. Thanks for reading.

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Delete the folder %localappdata%\DigitalEntitlements and start FiveM again. This will prompt FiveM to re-identify your GTA either through your currently logged in Steam account or Social Club if you don’t own the game on Steam or if it’s not open.

Thank you very much, it worked.

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