Join Date: May 2013
So I'm new to modding GTA IV, but I think I got it figured out pretty much.
The only problem is, not matter what i try, i cant get rid of the taxi bug.
I'd like your opignion on what i might be doing wrong here.
I got GTA IV + EFLC from steam, I downgraded to patch 18.104.22.168
Then i got scripthook
Then i got the Dsound.dll
Then i got Xlive and Xlive_d
And I'm running Icenhancer v2.0 with settings by Jumper311
Then i started modding my cars, and ofc i also got the taxi bug.
So far I have tried:
- Traffic control
- Traffic flow
- Vehicle selector (buy a buttload of cars ao they are loaded in the memory, just makes my game lag and get texture problems)
- Taxi bug fix by Scigheras
Traffic control seems to be loading, so far as i can tell from this line in the asilog:
Loading ASI C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Grand Theft Auto IV\GTAIV\TrafficLoad.asi
ASI loaded : C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Grand Theft Auto IV\GTAIV\TrafficLoad.asi, Address 0x00000000
Loading ASI C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Grand Theft Auto IV\GTAIV\trainer.asi
ASI loaded : C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Grand Theft Auto IV\GTAIV\trainer.asi, Address 0x6BCA0000
The trainer i use, loads just fine and i can use it as well.
All the cars i modded load fine as well.
I would like you guys to tell me if I'm doing something wrong, or if its just bad luck that it isnt working.
I'm running a HD7870 2 gigs, 8gig RAM, i3570k
Join Date: May 2011
You're not doing something wrong, GTA 4 is just stupid that way. I've tried countless times to get the amount of taxi's to an acceptable amount without performance taking any damage (with no luck).
The best thing you can do is turning the traffic density down to 20 (or lower). Then just install any of those fixes. I've had the most luck with traffic control (system) I think, might be a different one because I tried so many. You might also want to try one of those lightweight car packs (they usually come with a fix along with em). Keeping the size of your vehicles.img as low as possible certainly does seem to help a bit.
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