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  1. If you would've actually read the Readme file, it says you have to instal RDE 3.1 on a clean game. So that means uninstalling everything, including RDE 3.0!
  2. Does RDE work with other mods, like Albo's mods for example?
  3. To my knowledge you can only spawn cars that are not in the vanilla game via the trainer. However you can try to use the Realism Dispatch Enhanced mod that I have linked down below. This mod adds a lot of new departments to the game with cars that do spawn in game I think. If you use the slots provided in the mod and try to swap some cars they might spawn in game, I'm not sure though. But be careful, the mod is extremely heavy I've heard! Good luck! The link to the mod:
  4. Hmm... I have not had that before. I suggest you try to install the Captain14 Sherrif Pack and see if that works or not. It should have 3 cars, so have a look if you can spawn all of those. Then you can swap the dlc.rpf and see if it works. That way we can maybe find out if it is Captain14's pack or the steps afterwards. Let me know!
  5. Had the exact same thing mate, worked fine yesterday, switched some sheriff cars around and now none of my ELS vehicles work properly, only flashing tail lights.
  6. Since the Readme provided in the download is a bit confusing let me explain how to install the taser sound. 1. Navigate to GTAV\mods\x64\audio\sfx\RESIDENT.rpf\. 2. Right click on weapons.awc and click on "Export to openFormats (.oac)". 3. Save to your desktop and do it again and save to desktop. 4. You should now have a "weapons" folder with all the sounds in it and a "weapons" folder with an .oac extension (hover over it to see the .oac extension). 5. Create a new folder on your desktop and drag both "weapons" files in this new folder. 6. Click on the "weapons" folder with all the sounds in it and replace the taser sounds by dragging and replacing the existing ones. 7. Now in the RESIDENT.rpf folder rightclick somewhere to the right of the files and click on "Import openFormats". 8. Navigate to the "weapons.oac" folder and click on that folder. Click "Ok" and now your files have been replaced. To check if your weapon sounds have indeed been replaced just double click on the weapons.awc folder and scroll to for example the "CHARGE" sound and click play.
  7. Usually the issue is that you have some conflicting mods or scripts which will make it very hard for Rage to load properly. I suggest that you start from scratch and install one mod/script at the time. After installing a mod/script see if the game works or not, that way you can filter out any mods/scripts that cause problems. I personally watched Jeff Favignano's video to help me install everything, he also emphasizes that you should take it easy when installing mods/scripts and not throw in a bunch of them at once. I will link the video below, he walks you through everything you need to know and even has follow-up video's that focus on installing cars, sirens, etc. Best of luck and let me know how it worked out. Link to the first LSPDFR tutorial of Jeff Favignano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZnBwl7R4cg&t=743s
  8. The installation for this sheriff pack given in the instructions did not work for me either. Instead I downloaded the Captain14's sheriff pack because it comes with an oiv-installer which is very easy to install with OpenIV. Just follow the instructions given in Captain14's pack, and the install will overwrite the original GTAV sheriff cars. This is very easy because the oiv-installer file uses an integrated package-installer in OpenIV. You should now have a steady sheriff pack. When you've installed this pack it is very easy. 1. Open OpenIV and activate Edit Mode. 2. Navigate to your "mods" folder (which should be created by now because of the oiv-installer in Captain14's pack) and click on "update". 3. Click on "dlcpacks". 4. Click on "sheriffpack". You should enter a page with a "dlc.rpf" file. 5. Simply right-click on the "dlc.rpf" file and choose "Replace". 6. Navigate to the download of this sheriff pack and click on the "dlc.rpf" given in this download. It should replace Captain14's pack with this one and all will be fine. You can then eventually swap some cars around if you want to. This goes as follows: 1. Click on the "sheriff pack". 2. Click on "dlc.rpf". 3. Click on "x64". 4. Click on "levels". 5. Click on "gta5". 6. Click on "vehicles". 7. Click on "bcsopack.rpf". 8. Then you can easily replace a car by renaming the new car to one of your slots. So for instance you downloaded a car that is named police.ytd/police.yft/police_hi.yft etc. rename the files to for example sheriff3.ytd/sheriff3.yft/sheriff3_hi.yft. Then, while in Edit Mode select the files and drag them to the directory i poined out above and the car should be replaced. You can always look at an example of how a car looks by clicking on the .yft file. It will provide you with a 3D model of how the car wil look ingame. As for the CHP pack, TheHurk actually provided an oiv-installer for this pack. When downloading the file do not pick the pack itself but pick the 'Add-on Download Link.txt'. This is a text document with a link to a Google-drive download. If you download that file it will come with an oiv-installer for the whole pack which works exactly the same as Captain14's pack and will fully download the pack for you. You can then navigate to the pack as pointed out above and can also replace cars the way I pointed out above. Good luck and if you need any more help please let me know because I would love to help you if this instructions do not work for you.
  9. Do you still need a solution? If so, let me know and I will help you.
  10. I'd love to help if you'd let me. Click on my profile and message me!
  11. You are probably overloading your game. Did you throw in a lot of mods at once?
  12. I suggest uninstalling all other mods besides LSPDFR and RageHook and see if your game works. If it works the problem is one of your mods that is causing a crash. Install one mod at a time and start GTAV to see if it works. You can keep installing mods untill you find the mod that is causing problems and keep that one out. If your GTAV with just LSPDFR and RageHook is crashing you probably have corrupt game files and should 'repair' your base game. If you have bought GTAV through steam have a look at this link: http://www.pcgamer.com/how-fix-broken-steam-install-2013/ If you have installed a hard copy of GTAV have a look at this link: http://gtaforums.com/topic/784657-corrupt-game-data/ If none of the above work I suggest you contact Rockstar Game support on the link below or browse the Rockstar or LSPDFR forums for solutions. https://support.rockstargames.com/hc/en-us Good luck!
  13. Dear abecker, maybe you can try this link. It shows a guide on how to repair your non-steam version of GtaV: http://gtaforums.com/topic/784657-corrupt-game-data/ If this doesn't work i suggest you contact Rockstar Game Support: https://support.rockstargames.com/hc/en-us Good luck!
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