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I have a texture problem in gta 4.....roads and buildings disappear nd i can only see niko,lights nd vehicles...please help i have: 1 gb ram ddr2 1 gb Nvidia Geforce 9400 gt(v.-6.14.11.8250)Palit card on intel gma motherboard windows xp sp-3 direct x 10

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Download the latest gta 4 patch it will solve ur problem....

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Niko does not go to jail in gta IV, but he can be picked up by the police and stripped of all his weapons. There is a penitentiary situated in Alderney, and Niko does go there to visit Gerry McCreary who is on remand.

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