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Crashes on FiveM startup

Sun Apr 18, 2021 8:00 am

It seems like Action intermittently causes the FiveM Client to crash on startup but works fine if FiveM is first launched then Action secondly. Seems to be having problems hooking to the FiveM_GTAProcess.exe process. Not sure if this is a problem with Action or the FiveM Client. Possibly a delayed hook timer can be a workaround?

OS: Windows 10 v1909
Video Card: GTX 1080 Ti v465.89
Memory: 32GB
Monitor Resolution: 2560x1440
Game Problem: GTA 5 (FiveM Client)

[ 9562] [ DumpServer] 29428/ Process crash captured. Crash dialog content:
[ 9562] [ DumpServer] 29428/ USER32.dll!GetClientRect (0x14)
[ 9578] [ DumpServer] 29428/ An error at USER32.dll!GetClientRect (0x14) caused FiveM to stop working. A crash report is being uploaded to the FiveM developers.
[ 9578] [ DumpServer] 29428/ Stack trace:
[ 9578] [ DumpServer] 29428/ USER32.dll!GetClientRect (0x14)
[ 9578] [ DumpServer] 29428/ dxgi.dll!?CheckOcclusion@CDXGIFactory@@SAJPEAUHWND__@@0PEA_N1@Z (0x40)
[ 9578] [ DumpServer] 29428/ dxgi.dll+31920
[ 9578] [ DumpServer] 29428/ dxgi.dll!CDXGISwapChain::PresentImpl (0xca)
[ 9578] [ DumpServer] 29428/ dxgi.dll!CDXGISwapChain::Present (0xce)
[ 9578] [ DumpServer] 29428/ action_x64.dll+0
[ 9578] [ DumpServer] 29428/ 0x8cfa90d0
[ 9578] [ DumpServer] 29428/
[ 20422] [ DumpServer] 29428/ Crash report service returned si-undefined

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Re: Crashes on FiveM startup

Thu Apr 22, 2021 5:37 am

please provide us your PC DxDiag report. It will help us investigate your problem.
To run a dxdiag report follow the steps below:

If you are running Windows Vista or higher go to your task bar.
Click on, "Start Button".
Click on, "Run".
In the pop-up window enter dxdiag and hit ok.
The DirectX Diagnostic Tool pop-up window should appear.
Click on, "Save all information tab".
"Save As" window should be present.
Click on, "Save" (The file should be saved to your desktop as dxdiag)
Close the DirectX Diagnostic Tool.

Attach generated txt file to your reply.
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