@AmazyCrazy said in Game Crashing Without Warning Read This!!!:
As I stated I had a different game crash without warning or any error message so I decided to look in windows event viewer and it told me what the error was
Yes I understand. 100% of crashes are without warning. That's what a crash is. Also the majority of crashes don't have error messages or they are cryptic or just plain wrong. Nothing remarkable here, nothing new. And yes, other people are experiencing crashes without warning. Software crashes, GTA5 vanilla crashes, GTA5 modded crashes regularly if you overdo it.
You wrote the event viewer (which btw is totally useless) told you what the error is.
So what exactly did it tell you? Top level window is idle?
How about Faulting package-relative application ID?
Process ID: f50??? The only F50 I know is the Ferrari F50 and it is available as a mod but that's not what MS is referring to.
How do those relate to GTA 5 mods? I'm asking because I don't know what they mean. I do however know how to troubleshoot issues and find out exactly where the problem is. Doesn't mean I can fix a broken mod, but I can definitely get my game back up and running in a matter of minutes.
I sent you a link with a process that works. I guess you didn't bother to look at it. I understand because it's not a quick fix nor a guaranteed fix like replacing dinput8.dll with one from system32.
When a game crashes, with or without out an error message, I never look at the event log. I never look at any log files. Why? Because I know my game crashed because of the last change I made to the game. This is true almost 100% of the time. Log files are only useful when first start installing mods or when you make the mistake of installing dozens of scripts, particularly asi mods, all at the same time. In that case it might be worthwhile to check the asiloader and SHVDN logs.
Stable games only crash after R* Updates or due to the last change/changes you made to your game or your PC.