Sorry, but I'm having trouble, I install it correctly, San Andreas 1.0, but it only gets halfway in the loading bar, then it crashes, plus, every single time i try to replace the scripts, it also does not work. What is wrong?
@DammedIslands: It sounds like a file might be in the wrong section, or one of the lines added to gta.dat is in the wrong area. Double check that you've done all the steps correctly, and if you want you can PM me your gta.dat file if you're on GtaForums.
Again, I checked, but there is nothing wrong with GTA.dat nor the the files are misplaced. I don't know whats wrong, but SALA keeps showing this debug message.
GTA:SA Crashed, Debug Info Follows:
Last File Loaded: DATA\MAPS\veh_mods\veh_mods.IDE
Last Library Loaded: OLEAUT32.DLL
Exception At Adress: 0x004C663B
Exception Code: 0xc0000005 (EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION)
EAX: 0x00000000 EBX: 0x008E2C64
ECX: 0x00B1BF54 EDX: 0x0023FBD0
ESI: 0x00B1BF54 EDI: 0x00000001
EBP: 0xFFFFFFFF ESP: 0x0023FC08
I have no idea what is wrong, and I try viewing it from Map Editor, and the highway appears fine.
The only stolen part of this mod would be the idea behind adding a 4 lane highway to the GTA map, other than that, this along with the VC-420 is all hand made, by me. Maybe, just maybe, I'll finish this someday, but its been well over a year since I've even played the GTA3 series, haven't played 4 because my computer sucks and I don't own any gaming machines. As for you guys who have trouble intalling the mod, wish I could help, but again because its been well over a year, I'd probably struggle getting it to install myself. It works though, I tell ya what.
For those whose loading bar stops when it's halfway there, I had that too. It's because San Andreas comes in two different versions, one where you can add mods, and one where you can't. I bought the version where you can't add mods.
But there's a solution to this! Just search The Pirate Bay for GTA San Andreas. You'll find some torrents with the size of approximatly 3.92 Gb. Just download them and let them replace your San Andreas which is installed on your computer. In most of these versions you can add mods! It worked for me, so just keep on trying until you find a version which you can add mods to.
Hope you succeed!
BOoo!! why not just make a installer.
And for those of you who dont know why the game crashes quit giving even more useless info and just say you dont know. The love blaming it on the video card when all else fails.