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Old 18/10/2009, 12:51 PM   #1
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Default [0.3a]Crashing on load, around 80%


Hi, just making a topic so we can get more information regarding this bug.

It was a known bug since RC8, yet it wasn't addressed and 0.3a was released anyway, despite a chunk of users getting this critical bug where the game crashes on load at around 80% (before you get the server connection screen, so it's a client-side issue for sure). Tested on a clean install, where 0.2x works.

Here are some other topics:

Copy paste the following and post some info please, whether you crash or not:

OS (Version of Windows 7): 
CPU (32 or 64 bit important here):
Amount of RAM:
GTA SA install dir:
Clean install of GTA or not:
Does 0.2x work:
Does 0.3a work:
So, i'll fill one out:

OS (Version of Windows 7): Windows 7 Ultimate
CPU (32 or 64 bit important here): Intel Core Duo (32 bit)
Amount of RAM: 2GB
GTA SA install dir: F:\Games\Installs\GTA San Andreas (External hard drive)
Clean install of GTA or not: Clean install
Does 0.2x work: Yes
Does 0.3a work: No, crash on load

Hopefully we can narrow down when the bug happens this way and pass the information on to Kye.

Edit: If you could post your entire crash log also it'd help. Thanks.

Last edited by dugi; 31/12/2010 at 02:34 PM.
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