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GTA IV Crashes before starting.

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Hey guys!

I've got a problem.

I installed the latest patch, 1.0.7.0, and LCPDFR correctly. I launch my game, Rockstar Social Club launches, I log in and then my game should start. But it doesn't do that. I get this error: ''EFCreateError in module DSOUND.dll at 00016C5. Cannot create file ''C:\Program Files (x86)\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto IV\asilog.txt.'' Acces Denied.

I've already ran the G17 Media IV Diagnostics thing. It says everthing is alright. Here is the text I got from the Diagnostic thing:

BEGIN *SIGNED* LCPD First Response Issue Report

Diagnostics Tool Version: 0.4.3

Operating system: Windows7 Unknown (6.1.1.0 Build: 7601) Service Pack:Service Pack 1

System RAM (GB): 7,98

CPU cores: 4

NET Framework 4.0 installed: True

Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable installed: True

GTA IV - Installed: True

GTA IV - Install folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto IV

GTA IV - Version: 1, 0, 7, 0

GTA IV - Asi loader installed: True

GTA IV - Asi loader: DSOUND

GTA IV - Asi loader valid: True

GTA IV - C++ ScriptHook installed: True

GTA IV - C++ ScriptHook valid: True

GTA IV - C++ ScriptHook version: 0, 5, 1, 0

GTA IV - ScriptHookDotNet installed: True

GTA IV - ScriptHookDotNet valid: True

End of *SIGNED* LCPD First Response Issue Report

Digital signature: 1gdPMA1AdHHKEeyhBSZ6Dg==

Could anyone help me with this problem?

Thank you very much!

P.S: I do own the normal Games For Windows Live version, not the Steam GTA IV.

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Run the game as admin or you can unlock your GTA folders so you dont need to run as admin, please see

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