Dutchman101

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  1. Clon servers

    Nothing can be done about this, we can't help you. It's your own affair especially because both 'owners' hold copyrights of the gamemode, sadly we see lots of similar conflicts. We usually only take reports from bigger servers that complain about a server using their complete leaked gamemode.. but some internal disagreements/arguments is nothing for us to get involved with, MTA can't police this.
  2. MTA Lag Issue

    Please download and run MTADiag and follow the instructions. Post any Pastebin URL MTADiag gives you in this topic. FPS or network lag? Spikes, or permanent and steadily low FPS?
  3. How to unlock DFF

    Download RWAnalyze and use it to open the .dff file, then find "ZModeler lock" somewhere (usually around the bottom of list) and delete the node. You can also use Z2G DFF converter to automatically remove any lock. RWAnalyze: https://www.gta-modding.com/area/file-33-rw-analyze.html Z2G DFF converter: https://www.gta-modding.com/area/index.php?act=view&id=1251 (drag the DFF file into the .exe to start converting) Please only use that procedure with models where you got permission of its authors to edit it, locks are often there for a reason. @Bozz
  4. igdusc32 crash

    Please download and run MTADiag and follow the instructions. Post any Pastebin URL MTADiag gives you in this topic. Looks like something's wrong with your GPU (driver) judging from the crashing module. @Tawsif
  5. I require someone to script for me.

    Moved to the correct section, @StormxD Please review the regulations for this section. If you don't apply them within 24 hours your topic will be removed.
  6. Please ask about how to fix MULTIT ~ 1.EXE

    Specific to this issue, please read: https://forum.mtasa.com/topic/90196-cl33-error-mtasa/#comment-819400 and https://forum.mtasa.com/topic/96298-mta-error-cl33/?do=findComment&comment=862079 Your PC is probably infected, with this as result. Regardless, please post your log
  7. MTA 1.5.4 (even 1.5.5.) doesn't work

    Please download and run MTADiag and follow the instructions. Post any Pastebin URL MTADiag gives you in this topic. @wycked.
  8. Screen flickering

    Make sure to also install the OEM drivers for Intel HD onboard graphics. Your laptop has both that and the dedicated AMD GPU. If the issue is related to this (as there's improvement) then it's a bad idea to use OEM AMD driver in combination with generic latest Intel HD drivers.
  9. Error 5: Access is denied.

    Several others with the same Error 5: access denied were running AVG anti-virus, just like you. AVG is probably causing it, whitelist MTA & GTA or disable/uninstall AVG. Inform us of the results, @Slammer
  10. Ukrainian translations were added, download this build: https://nightly.mtasa.com/?mtasa-1.5.5-full_rc-latest Thanks for contributing.
  11. Screen flickering

    Uninstall or completely disable any Razer software as much possible; for example Razer Gamebooster, Razer Gamecaster Engine (overlays, even passive, can interfere with your graphics driver), Razer Synapse, Razer Game Manager and preferably the whole Razer Cortex/Central package at once. Also delete "Driver Support AO" and anything related to it, this kind of software does more harm than good. I wonder how your primary GPU model has magically jumped from Radeon R5 M230 to showing as Radeon HD 8500M. Also while this is supposed to be the primary GPU (dedicated one), MTA seems to pick the weaker on-board Intel HD graphics as preferred GPU. After uninstalling the software I mentioned, enter both control panels of Intel and ATI/AMD and make sure to reset all configuration and settings to default, because said software may have modified it. After doing that, open up commandprompt (cmd) as Administrator and enter the following: dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth Reboot your PC when finished, open up cmd once again, and this time run: sfc /scannow and wait for it to complete. Now, zip up the most recent .dmp file from C:\Windows\Minidump and upload it to http://upload.mtasa.com (share the link here) as the BSOD you had recently can tell us more about your system issues which are related to the flickering problem. If you notice that before I respond to your new post, that none of these steps have worked, then you can proceed to install OEM drivers for your laptop model (Lenovo 20351, IdeaPad G50-70) from the manufacturer's driver support site. The reason is that just like with Nvidia optimus, sometimes generic latest drivers can cause severe problems because of OEM-specific modification incompatibility. This has been described for example on a Microsoft forum post, in which user "Th3r_365" discovered the problem. This is similar to your case with ATI, because once again, your weaker Intel HD graphics is picked as primary GPU for gaming, which shouldn't happen. So eventhough it's a shame, it's worth trying to use outdated drivers for both Intel HD and your Radeon GPU tailored for your specific laptop model. In your case you can get them from Lenovo driver page for G50-70 (model 20351)
  12. Screen flickering

    Let's get back onto this topic after PM'ing back and forth with initial steps.. 1) download and extract https://www.wagnardsoft.com/DDU/download/DDU v17.0.8.4.exe 2) choose to delete Intel drivers in the DDU dropdown first, then after a reboot launch DDU again and also wipe ATI / AMD drivers. Now that all traces for both your GPU's drivers are completely gone, install the following drivers in sequence: - https://downloadmirror.intel.com/27267/a08/win64_154037.4835.zip - https://www2.ati.com/drivers/beta/win10-64bit-radeon-software-adrenalin-edition-18.3.4-march23.exe Let me know if this solves the problem, and if not, generate a fresh MTADiag log to post here, @-ffs-iRenox
  13. MTA Memory Hungry ?

    What's the current server process memory usage? Please show a printscreen of that. Open each and every view in /ipb and make a screenshot compilation to upload, so we have everything possibly needed.
  14. MTA Memory Hungry ?

    Show the "server" resources usage, not client.
  15. MTA Memory Hungry ?

    There are servers on 1.5.5 with over 400 players on average that only collect just over 1GB in ram usage over several months. I have never heard of a server process using close to 16GB and still running, as you claim is the case. I don't think your problem relies on starting to use 1.5.5, it may be that something else on in your server environment has started interfering at that point though, as a result of the update. There must be something going on and it's a problem on your side. Are you running any custom modules? Also show us screenshots of the tables in performancebrowser