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fatal: can't find native 0xc1f1920baf281317 problem

  • i do not know what this means but it will not let me start my game with scripthookv1.0.877.1 or any previous. Does anyone know how to fix this?

  • So I solved my own problem for those having the same. Your game should definitely be updated. What I was doing while scripthook kept crashing, instead I was opening the WRONG GTA application.

    I was SUPPOSE to open "Play GTA" from the jump so I kept having this problem. Once you open "Play GTA" it will give you the proper updates. I didn't have to reinstall a damn thing or remove any mods. I've learned that The applications play different parts. Lol This INDEED fixed my problem and I am running the updated 1.0.877 ScripthookV with my game. And NO i am not using Steam.

    This should help others. Thanks!

  • How to fix this

  • I got the same message but this doesnt really tell me how to fix


  • @fghs @BraedynGTA Go to the scripthookV download page and do just a little reading. The Concept paragraph reads "so when the game updates the only thing that user must do in order to make scripts working again is to update script hook runtime (i.e. ScriptHookV.dll)".
    Isn't reading just great? Finally all those years in school have some benefit! :slight_smile:

    Now look at the version number (it's just a bit below). Currently it reads v1.0.1290.1. This is the same version number as the current game version. Wow! :o

    That was easy, wasn't it. Combine all this great knowledge you gained now and you realize that the scripthookv version and the game version must match!

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