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hitman3695

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#1   2013-10-09 06:50          
Hey guys,
This is a question that is not related to STRR and it's about GTA San Andreas. I have GTA and I tried installing new sound mods and it screwed up my whole game all the sounds were jumbled up. I tried replacing the file but it didn't work and it kept crashing so I tried re-installing the game a dozen time and still doesn't work properly it still crashes even though the game is freshly installed all over (no mods at all). I ran it in Compatibility Mode which works OK but it doesn't allow me to run trainers (to spawn cars only NOT cheating). When I turn off Compatibility Mode it crashes again. I don't know if there are still files hidden in that directory i'm not sure I've tried searching.

I have SAMI mod installer and it kept backups of cars in the directory that I've installed previous times. I've tried downloading fixes but it makes it even worse. I don't like running in Compatibility mode because it doesn't feel safe and I can't run certain mods properly. I'm not sure if this is necessary but will I need to format my Hard Drive on my computer? Or is there any way of completely clearing up all GTA files so when I re-install again it works?

Please Help me fix it, I enjoy GTA and now it's ruined

Thank You :)

This post was edited by hitman3695 (2013-10-09 06:59, ago)


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#2   2013-10-09 11:17          
IDK what's goin on with gta sa,i had the same problems too,so i had to format my HDD so everything be deleted,maybe gta leave the files somewhere hidden,idk
i can't help,maybe try using a portable (rip) copy of gta sa or install it somewhere else
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#3   2013-10-10 12:36          
# FJ : IDK what's goin on with gta sa,i had the same problems too,so i had to format my HDD so everything be deleted,maybe gta leave the files somewhere hidden,idk
i can't help,maybe try using a portable (rip) copy of gta sa or install it somewhere else
I have figured it out. All I did was start a mod tool and when I opened to search for files to install I found all the hidden files and folder and just deleted them. Thank for trying to help :)


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#4   2014-08-01 21:13          
Why don't just delete whole GTA San Andreas folder? It shouldn't make files in other places than main directory and my documents.
That's why after all un-installs you should delete these two

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#5   2014-08-01 21:15          
why not just check if the topic is one year old or not(you can bump it only if you need to ask something related, not to give a solution lol)?
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#6   2014-08-02 09:02          
Uh... It was on main page, I though it's not that old :(