@Justme2000 I haven’t tried using it yet, so that’s not the cause.
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RE: How to identify which mod caused a crash?
@gunsscorch The only map mod I’m using is Burger Shot interior (as well as Open All Interiors if that counts). The three crashes I’ve experienced all happened in wildly different locations on the map, so I doubt it’s related to a map mod. Thanks, though.
How to identify which mod caused a crash?
I’ve played a whole lot of modded Minecraft in a day, and that game features excellent and straight-forward crash logs almost always letting you know exactly which mod or mods caused a crash, but in GTA V, I see no such thing. I don’t know how to find my crash logs, let alone figure out what mod could’ve potentially caused a crash.
After some googling, I figured out that a log is, apparently, located in Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA V, called “launcher.log”; however, when I checked it, the time stamps are all from 2017.
Does anyone know how I can figure out which mod caused me to crash? I’m aware of the method of removing mods until you stop crashing to narrow down the culprit, but the problem with that is that I don’t crash at a specific time. I just crash randomly every once in a while, so testing that would be really time-consuming and tedious.
I have noticed a pattern, though: each crash happens while I’m in a car.
And for some extra information: I’m playing with a DualShock 4 controller (i.e., a PS4 controller).
Here’s my mod list. Maybe one of these mods are known to cause crashes or conflict with another one of the mods I’ve installed or something.
• Community Script Hook V .NET
• Open All Interiors
• GTAIV Burgershot Interior
• Working Burger Shot
• Ammu-Nation Truck Hijacking Events
• Crawl Injury
• Dynamic Hair Growth
• Hostage Human Shield
• IV Style Exit Vehicle [.NET]
• Low Life Crime
• More Random Events
• Real Paramedics
• Weapons On Back
• Working Hotdog Vendors
• Working Taco Trucks
• NEW Colorful HUD (Weapons, Radio & Map Blips)
Any help is greatly appreciated! 💙