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I was trying to play MTA like 3 days ago and im getting the same error in many servers (MTA is crashing)

Version = 1.5.5-release-11999.0.000
Time = Wed Jun  6 19:37:34 2018
Module = C:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\gta_sa.exe
Code = 0xC0000005
Offset = 0x003C91CC

EAX=0ED172C8  EBX=0ED172B8  ECX=0177FAA0  EDX=000A9518  ESI=00000000
EDI=00000001  EBP=0177FC50  ESP=0177FA80  EIP=007C91CC  FLG=00010202
CS=001B   DS=0023  SS=0023  ES=0023   FS=003B  GS=0000

Anyone can help me?

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  • MTA Anti-Cheat Team

I see you're just getting 2 types of crash;

offset 0x003C91CC (out of video memory)

offset 0x000DFF90  (OS sound issues/GTA sound mods, or a symptom of running out of memory)

I believe you're playing on very demanding, unoptimized servers (with performance-heavy mods, great download size etcetera) with a slow PC lacking sufficient memory. As you can see, the crashes result from running out of memory, the one documented at https://wiki.multitheftauto.com/wiki/Famous_crash_offsets_and_their_meaning (0x003C91CC) is the crash you get by far the most, you can upgrade your hardware/GPU or perhaps use a 64-bit windows version if you're running 32-bit, or if you cannot afford that, be picky on the sort of servers you decide to play on, or keep in mind you won't be able to play very long using your current PC's configuration. MTA is generally stable and provides a reliable playing session for low-end PC's, aslong you keep in mind which servers you'll play on.

Also i advise you to read through https://forum.mtasa.com/topic/78081-32-bit-windows-crashing/ incase you're not on 64-bits.


If you want us to help reduce the likelyhood of crashes (by updating some drivers and identifying possible culprits that deteriorate your computer's performance) then do this;

Please download and run MTADiag and follow the instructions.

Post any Pastebin URL MTADiag gives you in this topic.



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  • MTA Anti-Cheat Team

Certain crashes I didn't list are being caused by the program "HiAlgo BOOST" so please uninstall that.

Update your chipset driver: https://downloadmirror.intel.com/20775/eng/SetupChipset.exe

I expected to be able to suggest more updates, but since your Intel Graphics HD 2000 is end-of-life and already has the latest driver, there's no options left.


Once again;

- Mind the servers you play on

- Utilize the recommendations at https://forum.mtasa.com/topic/78081-32-bit-windows-crashing/

- Maybe run some cleaners to increase your OS performance, besides your GPU your laptop *should* be able to run MTA for extended amounts of time, but it may not as a result of a badly mantained OS.


As your GPU is running out of memory, accounting for most of the crashes; are you running any demanding applications in the background while playing MTA?


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