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  1. Reinstall MTA from https://www.multitheftauto.com/
  2. Thanks for the report. It is fixed now
  3. ccw

    can't install

    Please download and run MTADiag and follow the instructions. Press 'n' when asked. Post any Pastebin URL MTADiag gives you
  4. ccw

    can't install

    Try disabling anti-virus during install
  5. It seems that some AVs are incorrectly detecting cgui.dll as being malicious Solution for now is to: 1) Disable Bitdefender when installing MTA 2) Stop Bitdefender scanning the MTA install directory: https://www.bitdefender.com/consumer/support/answer/13427/
  6. The problem is caused by missing "cgui.dll" Run the installer again and show a screenshot of the error message
  7. Please download and run MTADiag and follow the instructions. Press 'n' when asked. Post any Pastebin URL MTADiag gives you
  8. ccw

    Hitting problem

    https://github.com/multitheftauto/mtasa-blue/issues/1949
  9. The program that reads dmp files (WinDbg) said this: Probably caused by : hardware_ram ( PAGE_NOT_ZERO ) With no other useful information. You could try searching for that message in google. I found this page which may or may not help: https://windowsreport.com/page-not-zero-windows-10/
  10. Sorry for the delay in replying. The dmp file indicates that it is a hardware problem - Either RAM or motherboard. If you have more than one RAM module in your PC, you can try to isolate which one is at fault by removing it and then re-testing MTA
  11. Please follow these instructions: * Open Windows System control panel: Control Panel\System and Security\System * Click on "Advanced system settings" * In the memory dump dropdown select: Small memory dump (256KB) * Click OK * Start MTA * After BSOD find the latest file in C:\Windows\Minidump * and upload to https://upload.mtasa.com/ * and give link here
  12. The example on the wiki uses port 20080. You can use any free port number you like.
  13. Try stopping the 'Debug Diagnostic Service' AKA DbgSvc
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