So No One Has Solved ERR_SYS_FILELOAD?
I've been scouring the internet for days but to no avail. There doesn't seem to be a real solution to ERR_SYS_FILELOAD Corrupt Game Data Please Reboot.
After installing the GTA Re-sized mod I am able to launch the game but as soon as I click on "story mode" I get the above error.
Has anybody found an actual solution that doesn't involve reinstalling my game or wiping out my mods folder?
Another interesting little tidbit; OpenIV keeps thinking I don't have the ASI Loader installed, when in fact I do. I've uninstalled and reinstalled, shut my pc down and restarted it, and it still thinks that the ASI Loader is not installed. Not only is it "green" and says it is installed in OpenIV tools menu, it is also in my GTA main directory.
Any ideas what may be causing the error?
Hi, I had the same issue and believe I solved it by going to my documents, Rockstar games and deleting the metadata file.
Let me know if this helps
Thank you for replying but your video doesn't address the issue I'm having. Also, I am seeking a remedy that doesn't involve verifying my game files as that not only takes hours, it also deletes all of my mods(one of which took over an hour to add). As I mentioned in my original post also, my ASI Loader doesn't seem to be loading any of my mods when I start with a clean copy of GTA. I have a clean copy and my modded copy, which is the one im getting ERR SYS FILELOAD. On my clean copy, I can't even add mods because the ASI Loader isn't working or showing that it's installed, when of course it is. I also have the latest scripthook and dinput. When I add mods to the vanilla copy, nothing shows up in game. On my modded GTA, the one i really want to play, I get ERR SYS FILELOAD when I click on story mode during the loading screen. Thanks for taking time to respond
@KeithX I'm curious about a few things you wrote. When you do a verify integrity it takes hours and deletes your mods? I'm going to assume you are not on Steam? On Steam, a verify integrity can take at most a few minutes and will never delete any personal files including the mods folder.
Also, why do you need two versions of GTA V. If you want to play online or if you want a vanilla GTA without mods, just rename dinput8.dll and you are good to go. This is of course if you are not replacing game files rather than using your Mods folder - which is what is recommended. I never touch my original files yet I have replacement mods installed.
Having said that, if you have two versions of GTA installed is it possible that Open IV is getting the paths mixed up? Having duplicate files might be what's causing some of your issues. Good luck.