These are the main problems with the guide as I said, but it's also true that some of the most common causes of crashes are coding problems in the game, like the shooting from vehicles bug in The Jewelry Store Job, and when Trevor is first introduced and goes chasing the bikers. You may need to restart your rig again. Another bug is preventing others from completing the prologue while benchmarking. Then the game tells you that you've failed a mission and your only option is to Alt-F4 out. I am not intending to say 'Do it my way and it is guaranteed to work better and you will also gain 20 fps. Turn off windows visual effects 7. The slot containing your personal vehicle is replaced immediately with the street vehicle without confirmation.
From there, it should load normally—although we think some of the problems are due to a Rockstar Social Club connection issue. That may restore the graphic settings to a previously working configuration. Numbers 0 through 9 can be used too. My pc can run other games fine. These are only the steps that I followed after a week of bug fixing. Even if it was something stupid like geforce experience updating drivers.
The following steps might resolve the issue temporarily. Share your wisdom in the comments. Safe Mode really messed up my system. The game is supposed to prompt you to ask if you want to delete a car to make space for your new one, but at current that prompt is not being displayed. We've been unable to test it yet, but MustacheEmperor on proposes this solution.
Fiddling with virtual memory settings works sometimes - as long as you keep it in some form. Rarely does it work better or even as well as using some common sense after reading a tweak guide. This is a fix that I stumbled upon, and it solved all of my problems. It's only a temporary solution—Rockstar is working on a fix as we speak — but if you can't wait to get started, it's good enough. But I've got a gtx 970, amd fx 8350, and 8gb ram, so I don't think I should be having any problems running this. Have you tried any of these methods? Update: We hear that the benchmark works, but only if you beat the prologue and run it from in the game not the initial menu and are not in a car. I was able to run Gta fine before the upgrade of pc The previous pc had the same specs but with an intel duo.
With my trusty rusty old twin 660's I am getting 80 fps ave, 10 low and 110 high. Optional: Using GeForce Experience try the optimized settings Before running the game It worked for me once and now the game cannot be optimized. Rockstar are working on a more palatable fix, and directing anybody with other technical issues to the. Uninstall any other remaining display adapters. I got through the prologue just fine. From there, go into the 'Installers' folder and manually install the Rockstar Social Club through the installers found in that directory. My specs are: I3 Not sure which exact model , 5gb of ram, gtx 660, and I have a 1tb hdd for os and games.
Also character switching crashes caused by throwing explosives on foot in Blitz Play and Caida Libre. You will need windows 10 to follow these steps, otherwise try to find a different way to open the system panel. Now set your Initial size to 400 and your maximum size to 12000. Instead, quit the game and restart it. If you have any questions about the rules, feel free to. Download the latest graphics drivers. Some players have been struggling to install and play Grand Theft Auto 5, so we've rounded up some of the most common problems we've seen so far and included advice on how to resolve them where possible.
I've been looking around for a few hours and can't find anything to help. And when I go in the setting and change the refresh rate from 50 to 60. Anything will be appreciated, thanks! Right-click on the top one and select uninstall this should clear the other ones also. Under Global Settings use the Nvidia recommended settings. Should this fail, attempt to use the Discs repair function.
Use the wiki and search option before posting. The only thing I can think of is that my previous pc was running Win 7 x64 and now I am running Win 10 x64. A lot of the game renders on the fly and if you're moving across large areas quickly or some of the higher populated areas in the city or parts that have tons of large buildings and your running very high settings your hardware is gonna take a hit no matter how up to date it is. Honestly, it's just a demanding game. Now whenever I go to the settings it says that my video memory has exceeded its limit. Doesn't happen - something changed.
Right-click on the desktop and open Nvidia Control Panel. But the second it gets to Michael in his therapist's office, I get a low memory warning in Windows and the game crashes. Fortunately, he's found a possible fix. Corrupt downloads are repeatedly throwing them out of the game and onto the desktop — and depending on where they bought the game, some players have wound up resorting to a complete re-download. I am not the only one reporting that sometimes the frame rate just tanks for no reason, usually while driving. Change only the ones that seem appropriate.