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  1. Bumping this as I am still having issues on both an Ethernet connection and a WiFi connection just on the desktop.
  2. Someone suggested a fresh install, so I reinstalled GTA and MTA (running MTA installer as admin), still no luck. Error CD16 when trying to join a public server and Error CD09 when trying to load map editor. New pastebin link https://pastebin.mtasa.com/595791853
  3. I am looking for some assistance... I am getting errors CD16 or CD09 when attempting to join any server on my desktop. I cannot connect to any server in the Internet list, and I cannot connect to the Map Editor server. I have verified it is not the network, as my laptop is able to connect fine. Both the desktop and the laptop are on Ethernet connections. I've ran the MTADiag and have the results for that. I've also tried the "servicing.bat" a few times and that has not resolved the issue. After running it as an admin, I restarted the desktop, and when it rebooted, Windows said it was "fixing" my C Drive where Windows is installed. That happened both times when running the servicing.bat. I tried fumbling around in my desktop's firewall settings, but honestly, not real sure what all I managed to do in there. I turned off the firewall settings which did not allow a connection. The only antivirus I have, that I know of, is Windows Defender. If it matters, here's the other thread I made for the same desktop back in 2017: I'm not sure what else to do, so I'm coming here for some help. I'm fine re-doing any of the steps I've tried above if need be. Thanks!
  4. Hello - not sure if anyone has mentioned this before, if so please advise. Essentially, my laptop (15.6" screen with a 1920x1080 native resolution) has a default & recommended scale setting of 125% as seen here: But MTA does not scale the client properly, making text hard if not impossible to read if keeping the same resolution (below). I don't have issues with any other applications or games I use (GTA V, American Truck Sim, and default SA, for example, display properly/normally). Given that I've always used the laptop with the 125% scaling, changing that isn't really an option for me as it makes *everything else* too small to read. I can provide additional screenshots if needed/upon request. Thanks
  5. No worries on the delayed response! I ran the bat file via Teamviewer and tested connecting and it seemed to have worked. I'm not at my desktop and won't be until Tuesday morning 0730 CDT but I ran MTA through Teamviewer and it connected, so I'll assume it worked. Also thanks for letting me know about the executable, if I remember correctly I had previously installed a radar mod that enlarged the radar in-game that required that or something. I'll look into that on my own.
  6. Not sure if it matters, but it said "Press any key to continue", not specifically "Press N to continue". Regardless, pressed N As requested here is the pastebin link. https://pastebin.mtasa.com/555499625 Thanks!
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    Error CD16

    Hi all, I am having issues connecting to any servers (map editor included) for MTA on my desktop. I always get "Error CD16". I have no issues connecting on either of my laptops nor to the internet on my desktop, so the connection itself is not an issue. I have tried both allowing MTA and the GTA SA executable in Windows Firewall as well as just turning Windows Firewall off completely. I know that it used to work on my desktop several months ago and now just... doesn't. I'm not sure what other information you need to look into this so please let me know. Thanks!