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Cant get mod menu to work



  • Hello I have the disk version of gta5 I have installed ScriptHookV_1.0.1604.1 and ScriptHookVDotNet into the main file of GTA this is a clean install of GTA , I have blocked social club from connecting to the internet but when I install a mod menu like menyooStuff and press F8 when the game is loaded nothing happens I have been trying for hours to get this working but no luck.
    Thanks for the help in advance :)

    And I love the mods everyone has made keep up the good modding

    p.s I am on version 1.0.1604.1



  • @tim84
    Make sure you have installed Menyoo correctly by dropping the 'Menyoo.asi' & the 'menyooStuff' folder directly into your Grand Theft Auto V folder (where 'GTA5.exe/ScriptHookV.dll/ScriptHookVDotNet.asi' is/are)

    Also make sure you have OpenIV's ASI Loader installed ('OpenIV' > 'Tools' > 'ASI Manager' > 'ASI Loader' INSTALLED (turns green). If using a 'mods' folder (it is advised to do so) install 'OpenIV ASI' as well. It should look like this once you are finished (see pic) :thumbsup:

    OpenIV Plugins

    If still having problems after that, confirm that when you install the 'ASI Loader' plugin that a 'dinput8.dll' file is created in the main Grand Theft Auto V folder ('OpenIV.ASI' plugin will create a 'OpenIV.asi' file just so you know) & also make sure you have all of the Scripthook requirements:

    Install both the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 (or higher, so skip this on Windows 10) and the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package for Visual Studio 2013 (x64).

    Try that out & see how you get on & then get back to me :thumbsup:



  • Thanks for getting back to me a63nt-5m1th

    I am on windows 10 so I already have .net 4.5.2 installed and I ran mvc++ I just clicked on fix but I still can't get the mods to load

    GTA MAIN FILE

    I think I have everything on what I need one I hope this pic helps



  • @tim84
    Is the 'dinput8.dll' file being created in the main Grand Theft Auto V folder when you install OpenIV 'ASI Loader'' plugin?
    Edit: Sorry, your picture link didn't appear to begin with. Can now see you have 'dinput8.dll installed. :thumbsup:
    Also, if installing x64 mvc++ you need to install the x86 version as well. You can get it here if you don't have it installed already :thumbsup:
    Another thing, do you have 2 copies of GTA V installed? (name GTA5 MODDED & lack of scripthook .log files in GTA folder suggest so). Because that has been known to break 'dinput8.dll functionality.



  • @a63nt-5m1th
    yes when I open openiv it adds the dinput8.dll file and I have used the dinput8.dll out of the ScriptHookV_1.0.1604.1 but that still don't work.
    EDIT
    Yes, I have 2 copies of GTA 1 for online and the other for mods.
    and I have done a fix with mvc++ 64 and 86



  • Another thing, do you have 2 copies of GTA V installed? (name GTA5 MODDED & lack of scripthook .log files in GTA folder suggest so). Because that has been known to break 'dinput8.dll functionality.

    What would you suggest I do as I am new to modding as I said in my OP I have been trying for 2 days now to get them to work I really appreciate your help



  • @tim84

    Can you open a 'Run' command (Windows button+R) & type 'regedit' > OK & then move to this location:

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto V]

    & confirm the folder path in the 'InstallFolder' entry is correct for the version you are trying to get to work? If it's not correct, change it to the folder path of your GTA MODDED install, restart your computer & then test loadng GTA MODDED. :thumbsup:
    Note: Make a registry backup before editing anything.
    In Regedit > File > Export > Name the file whatever you want > Save



  • @a63nt-5m1th

    Thank you so much that has worked 😃😃😃 so I named the reg as GTA original then I named the edited version to GTA modded so if I want to play online do I need to load up the original reg to play online then run the modded reg to play my modded version?



  • @tim84
    Yeah, you'll have to switch between the two registry settings depending on what version you want to play. :thumbsup:
    Be aware though that as your computer changes new registry entries for other programs will be created/edited that will not be in the registry backups that you have created so far.

    If you go to the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto V] location & right-click on the 'Grand Theft Auto V' folder & then select 'Export' there, it will create a '.reg' file containing only the contents of the Grand Theft Auto V folder/reg entries. That way when you hop between them they won't mess with any new programs you have installed etc :thumbsup:

    Edit: Usually with registry changes you need to reboot once you have added new/changed entries but feel free to try it without a reboot as I reckon there's a good chance it will work as those values aren't loaded when Windows boots but instead when the game is started :thumbsup:

    '.reg' files are essentially just txt files & can be edited manually with Notepad (right-click '.reg' file > 'Edit' & it will open in Notepad). Once you export the Grand Theft Auto V reg entries & create new versions of 'GTA original.reg' & 'GTA modded.reg' containing just the info from the Grand Theft Auto V entries, open the .reg file/s with Notepad & just check that everything looks good & has the same info as the Grand Theft Auto V registry folder in Regedit. To install either one double-click them or right-click & select Merge (it's the same thing). :thumbsup:
    You could also edit the files in Notepad manually so that the '.reg' files only contain the 'InstallFolder' entry if you want it super clean :thumbsup:
    It would end up looking somewhat like this:

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto V]
    "'InstallFolder"="folder path here"
    

    If you're up for it, that's the most futureproof way to do it, as it means everything else can do what it likes as you are only ever changing the 'InstallFolder' registry entry :thumbsup:



  • @a63nt-5m1th said in Cant get mod menu to work:

    @tim84
    Yeah, you'll have to switch between the two registry settings depending on what version you want to play. :thumbsup:
    Be aware though that as your computer changes new registry entries for other programs will be created/edited that will not be in the registry backups that you have created so far.

    If you go to the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto V] location & right-click on the 'Grand Theft Auto V' folder & then select 'Export' there, it will create a '.reg' file containing only the contents of the Grand Theft Auto V folder/reg entries. That way when you hop between them they won't mess with any new programs you have installed etc :thumbsup:
    .reg files are essentially just txt files & can be edited manually with Notepad (right-click '.reg' file > 'Edit' & it will open in Notepad). Once you export the Grand Theft Auto V reg entries & create new versions of 'GTA original.reg' & 'GTA modded.reg' containing just the info from the Grand Theft Auto V entries, open the .reg file/s with Notepad & just check that everything looks good & has the same info as the Grand Theft Auto V registry folder in Regedit. To install either one double-click them or right-click & select Merge (it's the same thing). :thumbsup:
    You could also edit the files in Notepad manually so that the '.reg' files only contain the 'InstallFolder' entry if you want it super clean :thumbsup:
    It would end up looking somewhat like this:

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto V]
    "'InstallFolder"="folder path here"
    

    If you're up for it, that's the most futureproof way to do it, as it means everything else can do what it likes as you are only ever changing the 'InstallFolder' registry entry :thumbsup:

    I will give this a go tomorrow sounds a bit complicated for me lol but I will look over this info and see if I can get it correct but thank you so much for your help I am so happy now after days of trying to get it to work :)



  • @tim84
    Sound :thumbsup:

    Just wanted to point out my edit to my previous post about probably not having to reboot between changes:

    @a63nt-5m1th said in Cant get mod menu to work:

    Edit: Usually with registry changes you need to reboot once you have added new/changed entries but feel free to try it without a reboot as I reckon there's a good chance it will work as those values aren't loaded when Windows boots but instead when the game is started

    Not using clean '.reg' files is asking for trouble to be honest so have a good go at it. It's not as hard as it may initially sound :thumbsup:

    If you need any help with it, I'll be here :thumbsup:



  • @a63nt-5m1th
    No problem I will look at it in more detail tomorrow then I can see if I can get the .reg files to work just hope I don't mess my pc up doing it but I will have to learn at some point thanks again for your help 👍



  • @tim84 Why not just use a mods folder? Seems a lot easier than going through all of that. Just wondering if there is a specific reason someone would want two copies and to have to go through all that. If using a mods folder, when you want to go online, all you have to do is rename dinput8.dll to 1dinput8.dll and you're vanilla.



  • @tim84
    If you have any doubts about doing it, copy the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto V] reg data & send the '.reg' file to me & I'll edit it for you :thumbsup:
    @chonkie is right though, you could avoid all of this by using a 'mods' folder :thumbsup:



  • @a63nt-5m1th

    I have put my .reg files like this

    • Modded version
      Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto V]
      "InstallFolder"="F:\GTA5 MODDED"
    • Original version
      Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto V]
      "InstallFolder"="F:\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto V"

    Is this correct (That way when you hop between them they won't mess with any new programs you have installed etc :thumbsup: ) just I don't want it to mess with my reg files as you said but I have tested both and they work without rebooting.



  • @tim84
    Yep, they both look good :thumbsup:



  • @a63nt-5m1th
    Nice thank you so much for all your help I do appreciate it 🍻


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