Question GTA GFX ERROR

Jul 26, 2019
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Hi,

Yesterday i installed Grand Theft Auto again and have been getting an error (GFX_D3D_INIT), I have tried all of the recommended solutions online such as:

Disabling Applications
Deleting D3D files inside the grand theft auto folder
Running the program as administrator
Running it in safe mode
Running Windows in safe mode
Trying it offline
Using CCleaner
Reinstalling all redists(DirectX, Visual etc.)
Scanned both drives with malwarebytes
Changing the DirectX settings in the settings.xml file
Verifying the game
Reinstalling the game
Changing paging sizes
Under clocking my graphics card
Disabling Antivirus
Disabling Firewall
Allowing it through the firewall
I am seriously lost and exhausted of looking for a solution so i was wondering if anyone else has had this issue and could provide input on how they fixed it. My system specifications are listed below

CPU: Ryzen 7 1700

GPU: RX 470

RAM: 16gb DDR4

Motherboard: B350m pro

Storage 1: Sandisk SSD (Contains windows)

Storage 2: Seagate HDD (Contains GTA)



I have the social club version of GTA as well and i would also like to add that it crashes on launch and does not even render in the loading screen.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks

Tommy :)
 

rascalov

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Jul 31, 2015
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Hello. Before trying what I wrote in the next list try to open GTA 5 in safe mode by using: click right on exe GTA 5, properties, launch options or commands and type '-safemode' and change DirectX from in-game settings
Or try the next list.
Try to reinstall the video driver.
  1. Delete GTA 5 and all its components. Be sure to back up your saves.
  2. Download your new drivers from AMD. Go in Control Panel -> Programs and Features and uninstall AMD video drivers from there.
  3. Install the new drivers.
  4. Install GTA 5.
 

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