masmoist™ Jul 30, 2014 @ 10:20pm
GTA 4 crashes every 5 minutes! Please reply!
I've searched every forum on the internet, Iv'e seen every youtube video and nothing works. Does any one else have this problem. ALL I WANNA DOE IS MASSACRE SOME BURGER KINGS!
Please reply!
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Razorbak86 Jul 30, 2014 @ 10:23pm 
The first thing to do when a game crashes in Steam is verify the integrity of your game cache, because crashes often occur due to corrupted game files...

Steam Library > Right-click GTA IV > Properties > Local Files > Verify Integrity of Game Cache
masmoist™ Jul 30, 2014 @ 10:26pm 
Originally posted by Razorbak86:
The first thing to do when a game crashes in Steam is verify the integrity of your game cache, because crashes often occur due to corrupted game files...

Steam Library > Right-click GTA IV > Properties > Local Files > Verify Integrity of Game Cache
You think I haven't done that before. I've pressed that buton hundreds of times
Razorbak86 Jul 30, 2014 @ 10:30pm 
OK. Good luck resolving the issue.
masmoist™ Jul 30, 2014 @ 10:33pm 
Originally posted by Razorbak86:
OK. Good luck resolving the issue.
Thanks anyway I guess rockstar will have to help me.
Tipzil Jul 31, 2014 @ 12:53pm 
I have never had it randomly crash, but I do know that if you ALT + F4 while online the game will disconnect you, really annoying.
Trevor Philips Industries Jul 31, 2014 @ 4:22pm 
If your game is crashing after some gameplay minutes get GTA IV 1.0.4.0
masmoist™ Jul 31, 2014 @ 6:12pm 
Originally posted by Scorpion:
If your game is crashing after some gameplay minutes get GTA IV 1.0.4.0
OK ILL TRY IT
Dr Duck Aug 1, 2014 @ 5:22am 
Dont know how to fix it but i suggest massacuring taco bell's cause they always have more people.
click here Aug 1, 2014 @ 8:01am 
Try lowering graphics settings if you havn't already, especially if you're using AMD graphics cards. Mine card randomly stops responding every so often even on really non demanding games, could be that you're missing files. Or Try playing in windowed mode. To do this just create a text called commandline in the directory, then in that txt document type the following:
-windowed
-nomemrestrict

Nomemrestrict may help your crashing, may not. You'll have to post more details.
masmoist™ Aug 1, 2014 @ 1:05pm 
Originally posted by click here:
Try lowering graphics settings if you havn't already, especially if you're using AMD graphics cards. Mine card randomly stops responding every so often even on really non demanding games, could be that you're missing files. Or Try playing in windowed mode. To do this just create a text called commandline in the directory, then in that txt document type the following:
-windowed
-nomemrestrict

Nomemrestrict may help your crashing, may not. You'll have to post more details.
Iv'e tried most of that and lowering my texture settings worked for a few months. My Radeon R9 270X broke during that time so to fill the gap when I was waiting for a new one I bought a GTX 460 (Terribe card). I tried messing around with the settings to play on my 460 and it just broke GTA for my 270X again. Iv'e tried reinstalling and messing with configuration settings, but sadly nothings worked.
masmoist™ Aug 1, 2014 @ 1:53pm 
Originally posted by click here:
Try lowering graphics settings if you havn't already, especially if you're using AMD graphics cards. Mine card randomly stops responding every so often even on really non demanding games, could be that you're missing files. Or Try playing in windowed mode. To do this just create a text called commandline in the directory, then in that txt document type the following:
-windowed
-nomemrestrict

Nomemrestrict may help your crashing, may not. You'll have to post more details.
Windowing fixed it! Thanks a lot!
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