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does anyone know what this means? err_mem_embedded_malloc_guard_1 I have had them all the way up to where the 1 is a 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6. Is it possibly from having the saved game data?

 

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9 minutes ago, JeffersonFD said:

So how do you fix it?

 

Usually happens when you have entirely too many car mods installed or you are trying to play without a proper swap file allocated in Windows.

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8 minutes ago, JeffersonFD said:

and what kind of swap file

 

This explains it pretty well... I guess I should have said paging file/virtual memory.

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So I did what that last video said and still did it really did not work. So if there another fix that I can do I don't feel like I have many car mods to be doing this like you said. Any ideas or advice would be great ful thank you very much.

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On 3/9/2016 at 8:08 PM, Andyv81 said:

So I did what that last video said and still did it really did not work. So if there another fix that I can do I don't feel like I have many car mods to be doing this like you said. Any ideas or advice would be great ful thank you very much.

Do you have any motorcycle/bike mods installed? These are pretty notorious for causing GTA V to throw a memory error.

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On March 11, 2016 at 0:15 AM, MoreTextures said:

Do you have any motorcycle/bike mods installed? These are pretty notorious for causing GTA V to throw a memory error.

That is one kind of car I have not done. But I do have a bunch of cars mods Police and normal cars. I wish it knew which one it was to fix it with out taking it all out.

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