Question about Rockstar Games Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for Windows
And my computer froze and i had to restart, and when i go back to img tool and click on the same file i was rebuilding, it says unable to find dir file, nay idea what happened?
Hello there. i would like to say that your computer might not have the full requirements for the game. even if they are minimum chances are your computer cant handle the loss of that much memory being used. My advice to you is that you keep the img tool very close just in case the file keeps going away. this way you can keep installing the file before you use it. this is not convenient but it keeps the file working every time you use it. hope i helped!
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