Looks like you were in the middle of downloading a ton of models when you crashed; does this happened on all servers or just a particular one, also, have you tired playing on other servers and seeing if you have the same issue?
Yes, I have tried to play on other servers; I still get the same issues.
Have you tired on an empty localhost server with no resources? If not it’s not a bad idea, that way you can rule out whether it is your game client, or the resources provided by a server.
Doubt that would work, but I’ll give it try. It was working until September 13, as stated above.
I have tried it, and it still crashes.
This is what it does, and it never responds again. I’m also having texture issues where it won’t even load textures in half the time.
Anybody else know what this is being caused by, or what is causing it?
Anyone? I’m still having this issue.
Actually it does work. I currently am playing on my old server which I used to own before I closed it, and I have not crashed yet. Could it be a server problem or could my fivem be blocking something on other servers. Every public server I join, I crash within 2-10 minutes. In my localhost, I don’t crash at all. Don’t know if anybody knows how to fix this, but when I’m playing FiveM all my applications stop responding (discord, google chrome, spotify, etc). My teamspeak (communications with community) stays open but everything else closes
Sounds like a Ram issue to me.
Huh, and it has never done this before. Would you know how to fix this? @ChristopherM
No clue sorry, your issue is beyond the scope of my knowledge.
to confirm its not a hardware level issue run a mem test “google memtest” or download a tool called UBCD, run a memory test and see if it fails or passes if it passes then its unlikely a memory related issue… If you are overclocking your videocard put it back to stock.
Also, make sure your computer is not trying to use the onboard video some boards dont disable the onboard one once there is a dedicated card in there so i would also look into that.
How would I make sure it is not trying to use the onboard video?
Pretty sure in your GTA V settings, in graphics, it shows how much vram you have available. If its less than your GPUs known vram amount then it’s probably using onboard video
It has the right amount of virtual ram, as my old vram was 512 mb, and now I have four thousand something of vram with my new GPU.
have you tried removing your mods?
Yes sir, I have