@secu2 We have already answered all these questions several times, I invite you to read the comments. This is a false positive.
@xxx78 If your game is up to date you can continue to use No_GTAVLauncher, otherwise I don't have a soluton for you unfortunately.
@UniqueNhame Yes it is obviously a false positive, we have given the reason above in the comments.
It's with sadness that we inform you that Rockstar purposely broke this mod.
Indeed, since the last update, the SocialClub detects the version of the game and prevents its loading if it's not up to date. We currently have no solution to this, apart from bypassing the SocialClub's verification... which would make this mod a crack of the game. This is not our will.
To summarize: from now on the No_GTAVLauncher will no longer allow playing with old versions of the game, it only allows to bypass the loading of the Rockstar Games Launcher and the video introduction.
@RanditoCarlito Visibly yes.
@whanowa Look at the answer above about the registry editor.
@GTAmclaren Use version 1.0 !
@aztekaz Don't worry, it's a false positive. We've reported it to the Windows Defender team and it's a common problem for software that edits a registry and doesn't have an Extended Validation code signing certificates.
@Arkadyano No_GTAVLauncher does not work with the Steam version at the moment.
@apatel13 Look at the answer we gave to @Flashduke02 above.
@stevo181 Works perfectly with Windows 10.
@Flashduke02 Yes you just have to change your default directory with the registry editor.
Replace the InstallFolder path with the path of your modded installation.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto V
Thanks for your feedbacks !
@Shieldsver It's planned, but unfortunately we have very little time to devote to this launcher.
@azzil Oui cela permet de lancer deux instances de GTA V, lance-le une première fois avec la version exécutable du mod puis une seconde fois normalement via Steam.
@XXXSuicide gas There are two versions of the mod, read the description. For the OS I wanted to know what version of Windows you're using, it can be linked to your problem.
@BlackBaron Do you have the ASI Loader installed ? ( dinput8.dll )