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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 1.x



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NameGrand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Version1.x
License Retail
URLhttp://www.rockstargames.com/s...
Votes 8
RatingGold
Wine Version1.7.9
Maintainers of this version:
Description
Version 1.  Retail CD Release and minor patches.
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)

What works
Gameplay works flawlessly


What does not

It black screen for 10-15 seconds after nvidia logo.

Screen Resolution is changed when the game is closed


What was not tested
Did not finish the game


Additional Comments

winetricks: all d3dx9, devenum, ffdshow, vcrun2003-2010, and dinput in native configuration
Test Results
DistributionTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?RatingSubmitter
CurrentLinux Mint 15 "Olivia"Jan 08 20141.7.9 Yes Yes Gold Philipglo Joshua Opulencia 
ShowMac OS X 10.9 "Mavericks"Dec 23 20131.7.9 N/A Yes Gold Jason Lu 
ShowLinux Mint 14 "Nadia" x86_64Jun 03 20131.5.31 Yes Yes Bronze Jean-Michel 
ShowArch Linux x86_64Dec 19 20121.5.19 Yes Yes Bronze LunaVorax 
ShowUbuntu 12.04 "Precise" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Nov 26 20121.5.18 Yes Yes Gold an anonymous user 


Known bugs
Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
9127 Games video movies are not playable REOPENED View
14896 GTA: San Andreas - Ambient Sounds are too quiet (EAX) NEW View
30557 winegstreamer broken with >=glib-2.32.0 NEW View
31532 GTA San Andreas does not work on 75Hz UNCONFIRMED View

 
Common Problems
GTA refuses to open

    Some times gta may fail to start even when you haven't touched (modded) anything. In this case delete the file gta_sa.set inside  the Documents/GTA San Andreas User Files directory and restart the app. You will have to reset your gta sa settings.

    CJ and peds are too dark

      If cj isn't light correctly and appears very dark try disabling glsl. You can disable it using the registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Direct3D\UseGLSL > "disabled" Or use winetricks/playonlinux

      Slow Play

        If you have problems with slow play, go to your winecfg and disable support for Vertex Shader and Pixel Shader

        Controllers & Keyboards

          Joysticks and joypads will create a conflict with the keyboard keys making the character (CJ) uncontrollable. Disable all controllers before running the game to avoid this issue.

          Load a saved game not work

            Try this: winetricks d3dx9

            Intro videos not work

              In some cases this fix can backfire, doing that your game does not start anymore.Make a backup of your .wine folder or create new wineprefix for test before continuing.

              1) Install the ugly plugins for gstreamer (the name of package depends of your distribuition)
              2) Install the quartz and devenum: winetricks quartz devenum
              3) Install ffdshow: winetricks
              ffdshow (during installation, check the box of MPEG1 and MPEG2)
              4) Test your game.

              If you can not start your game, restore the backup or back to original wineprefix. # 9127

              Fonts Issue

                If you have issues with fonts, try (type in the terminal): winetricks allfonts


                 
                Extracts all audio from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
                ­­this method extracts all audio from GTA San Andreas, includes all music, DJ chatter, ads, ­background sounds and cutscenes. ­

                How to build ­

                  1) Get this archive: http://goo.gl/HRwGV

                  2) On terminal extract this archive with: tar xfv radio-free-san-andreas-0.2.tar.bz2

                  3) Go to extracted folder: cd radio-free-san-andreas-0.2

                  4) Type: ./bootstrap && ./configure

                  5) If a problem occurs, install the missing libraries and rerun the command ./configure until it runs without errors.

                  6) Build (type it): make

                  ­

                  How to use

                    1) Go to src/ folder: cd src/

                    2) Create the folder where the files will be stored: mkdir ~/gta_sounds

                    3) Type: ./extract [your gta folder]/audio/streams/* [user folder]/gta_sounds ../metadata.conf

                    Do not use quotation marks or abbreviations (~), it will cause errors. If your path contains spaces, use a "\ " for a correct interpretation, for example:

                    ./extract /home/mrk3004/Games/GTA\ San\ Andreas/audio/streams/* /home/mrk3004/gta_sounds ../metadata.conf

                    The first arguments are the files to extract from. Then comes the base directory to put the output files in, and lastly the file to read metadata from.

                    audio/streams/* extracts all the musics and sounds. To extract some in specific, follow the table below:

                    Filename Station
                    audio/streams/aa Police
                    audio/streams/adverts Adverts
                    audio/streams/ambience Ambience
                    audio/streams/beats Beats
                    audio/streams/ch Playback FM
                    audio/streams/co KROSE
                    audio/streams/cr K-DST
                    audio/streams/cutscene Cutscene
                    audio/streams/ds Bounce FM
                    audio/streams/hc SFUR
                    audio/streams/mh Radio Los Santos
                    audio/streams/mr Radio X
                    audio/streams/nj CSR
                    audio/streams/re K-JAH
                    audio/streams/rg Master Sounds
                    audio/streams/tk WCTR



                    ­

                     
                    Enable Multiplayer

                    Visit www.sa-mp.com to get started.

                    The application used to get you playing online with hundreds of other players.


                     
                    Intel video cards issue

                    View the workaround by Ruslan posted below.

                    http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=3780#Comment-52510


                     

                    The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. WineHQ is not responsible for what they say.

                    rendering problems in game
                    by daslee on Wednesday March 12th 2014, 11:15
                    Why do I get this rendering problems in game? imageshack.com/a/img585/9147/8938.png
                    imageshack.com/a/img203/2231/24xz.png imageshack.com/a/img801/8097/3c9q.png How I can fix it?

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                    HOWTO: fix rendering problem of moving object on Intel card
                    by Mirza Miftahul Fadillah on Monday August 26th 2013, 8:58
                    This trick also work in VC and 3


                    -make a new fresh .wine prefix(back up first)
                    -install GTA(from dvd or steam)
                    -install directx9
                    -wine regedit and set HKCU-Software-Wine-Direct3D, UseGLSL to enabled
                    -try your gta


                    if not work, try install newest mesa driver (because 9.0 is buggy, but in my Kubuntu is work)

                    *sorry for my bad english

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                    App test results correction.
                    by Jean-Michel on Tuesday June 4th 2013, 21:42
                    This is a little update on my test results, I've monitored the console output and it seems like it has an issue with gstreamer on 64-bit WINE, so I played around with "winegstreamer" in winecfg and it still wouldn't work.

                    So I decided to try my 32-bit wineprefix, and the game actually launches, thought the performance isn't as good as on previous wine versions. I'm not sure why it has always worked before, I have the ia-32-libs and ia-32-libs-multiarch installed.

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                    first mission won't work-after getting to them in the parking area-they won't move on
                    by yinon on Saturday July 21st 2012, 14:40
                    i've installed the game with PlaOnLinux and everytime i'm atarting the first mission and getting there, i'ts like somw of bug that it won't move on from there. they are just stopping there and that's it. nothing more.

                    any solution? Thanks

                    i'm using Ubuntu 12.04 and PlayOnLinux with Winw 1.3.6 running the game.

                    nvidia GeForce 6200 LE

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                    Game crashes after logos, video and before the menu
                    by Ivan Aguero on Wednesday June 20th 2012, 15:27
                    Since the installation the first time i played the game it worked flawlessly. Then I closed it to install the multiplayer stuff and tried to play it again and crashed everytime.
                    Ive tried reinstalling it and stuff but nothing seems to work with it.
                    My current wine version is 1.4.1.

                    This is what I get when running in the terminal:
                    pastebin.com/LaeejFU7

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                    ENB Series mod.
                    by Nero Rush on Thursday April 26th 2012, 15:43
                    I've recently been trying to run ENB Series on GTA:SA. "ENBSeries is the project of graphic modifications for games. [...] Many games may look much better and ENBSeries is the easiest way to improve them.". It's quite popular among gamers, and I haven't had much success running it. First of all, I opened a thread on the official mod forums, but the dev doesn't use Linux: enbdev.com/enbseries/forum/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=613.

                    I had to force Wine to use the native d3d9 library with winecfg, then I installed the mod, and found out that Wine can't properly generate texture mipmaps automatically (a log file can be found on the mod forums' thread with a few screenshots). Then, with a bit of settings tweaking as advised by the dev, I've been able to run it but it lags a lot; I need someone to test the mod with a high-end graphic card. Ask questions!

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                    Glitchy graphics on intel after fixing intro problems.
                    by Carlos Esperada on Saturday February 25th 2012, 19:11
                    i.imgur.com/Ed918.jpg

                    Weird shapes that redraw randomly it seems. Colors go from red to white to cyan etc. Not sure what the issue is here.

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                    Problems with wireless usb keyboard/mouse and graphics
                    by Nicolás M. on Wednesday November 16th 2011, 0:41
                    Hello :D!!

                    First of all, I'm using Ubuntu 11.10 x64 with Wine 1.3.28. The problem I have is that CJ moves forward all the time without me touching anything.

                    I know there are problems having a Joystick/joypad plugged in before start, but I'm using only my keyboard/mouse.

                    Both, the mouse and keyboard are wireless, so maybe it has something to do.

                    The graphics problem is the same (I think) that the one under "Common Problems" except that I could not fix it because the entry "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Direct3D\UseGLSL" is not present. I will try now with Playonlinux.

                    The game installed without problems with wine 1.3.28 and playonlinux.

                    Finally, MANY thanks for the great job of the Wine Developers and his partners :D.

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                    by Sergey on Friday October 21st 2011, 15:40
                    Comrades!
                    game crashes after the introductory videos. What should I do?

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                    by Stephan on Monday October 17th 2011, 3:52
                    HELP!I know this game is very old but i never managed to complete this game ever so i decided to install it. It installed and played fine but the problem is that when i want to save it would say " directory missing" so i guess it was the GTA USER FILE. i tried looking for it and it wasnt there so i reinstalled it 5 times and it still has the same problem. So somebody help me ! i really want to play this game without restarting right from the beginning.

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                    • RE: by yinon on Monday July 9th 2012, 5:01
                    Cannot display this video resolution
                    by Thomas allen on Wednesday September 7th 2011, 11:12
                    i installed everything fine downgraded and yet when i try to play it a black screen shows up and says ''cannot display this video mode 1440x900 60hz'' please help

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                    by kipor on Monday March 21st 2011, 13:39
                    how do you install the appdb

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                    • RE: by yinon on Saturday July 21st 2012, 14:49
                    Works fine, but slow.
                    by Dawn on Thursday March 10th 2011, 22:01
                    Finally got SA working thanks to Ruslan's intel workaround. Shame my craptop is too old to run it at a decent speed >.< Compaq C500 with the (in)famous 945GM chipset.

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                    BUG or........?
                    by Raffaele on Thursday March 10th 2011, 20:09
                    I'm at the mission Marco's Bistrot but when I arrive there with the airplane I've no more weapons, only a fuc*ing knife
                    It's almost impossible to pass the mission without weapons:
                    www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBdnkLCcK8k

                    Only I had this bug? o_o

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                    PLZ help
                    by haris on Sunday January 16th 2011, 15:09
                    When i start any gta game it asks if i want to use ffdshow. if i click yes the game crashes and if i click no the game just closes plz help

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                    • RE: PLZ help by GreekRockNRolla on Sunday January 23rd 2011, 13:02
                    No Audio
                    by Stubbs on Monday January 10th 2011, 21:20
                    I ran the game today. No audio at all worked. I did try the audio fix listed below, it did not work, but I do not think it is the same issue.
                    Rest of the game out of the box works great. So any ideas?



                    Running 64 bit Ubuntu and WINE 1.2

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                    User Tracks
                    by Seegras on Wednesday December 15th 2010, 13:40
                    They work -- if you put ogg-files instead of mp3-files into the directory.

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                    Workaround for crashes?
                    by Raffaele on Sunday December 12th 2010, 10:35
                    The games crash with a loop loading screen (not always, but usually) with "Vertex Shader Support" and "Allow Pixel Shader" enabled... expecially when you enter somewhere or when you start a mission... any tips? (without these the graphic is very very poor).

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                    Anybody able to get SALA (san andreas limit adjuster) to work?
                    by Jon-Luc Holmes on Monday December 6th 2010, 11:40
                    I want to use DeathSquad Industries SA420 but I have to use SALA due to the mods size and the amount of new objects being loaded into the map but SALA doesn't work. I have place all the files into my gta sa root directory and I have taken the # out of the things I need to be changed so it uses the amount I specify but no response and my game crashes while it loads!

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                    extremely low fps - solved
                    by grn on Monday August 9th 2010, 1:04
                    if you are experiencing extremely low fps while playing, try using pbuffer instead of fbo.

                    You can change this using winetricks.

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                    "Program error - Program encountered a serious problem..." after startup.
                    by LuciusMare on Wednesday July 21st 2010, 6:38
                    Everyone, who get the error after starting up, should try this:
                    1) Install the complete game, including the sounds.
                    2) Apply the no-intro patch.
                    Worked for me, report if it works for you.

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                    • RE: by Jon-Luc Holmes on Saturday December 11th 2010, 10:52
                    • RE: by Doug on Friday April 1st 2011, 12:30
                    Gameplay video
                    by Jake ward on Tuesday June 15th 2010, 11:34
                    www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnOVVwrSJqo

                    How the game should run after a perfect installation and a bit of help from a no-cd crack!

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                    NUMA + wine + GTA:SA = fail
                    by nightwalk on Thursday June 10th 2010, 20:39
                    This game has worked for me out-of-the-box using just a bare wine config since at least 1.0.3. However, I've found that it has serious issues on NUMA-based systems that make it unplayable.

                    Anything beyond the menu runs at normal speed for ~1 second, then freezes for about 2-5 seconds, runs normally for another second, then goes back out to lunch. Rinse, lather, repeat.

                    Locking the game to a single core using taskset has no effect, using a realtime kernel (and running the game with realtime priority) has no effect, and it also doesn't seem to matter what type of video card is used. Disabling power saving features in the BIOS, and changing to the 'Performance' governor also didn't improve the situation any.

                    My best guess is that it has something to do with interrupts raised as a result of the processors "talking" to each other, and I don't know that there's a non-code work-around for it.

                    For reference, the latest system where I'm running into this problem uses an ALiveNF7G-HD720p motherboard, an AMD Phenom(tm) 9750 (2.4Ghz), and 4x2Gb DDR2 800Mhz memory modules. It has also happened on numerous other Athlon64 & Athlon64 X2-based systems (all NUMA).

                    In fact, the only system I've ever gotten this working on is an Intel-based HP Pavilion dv9500 laptop (non-NUMA), and it works just as well under wine as it does under windows -- ditto for SA:MP.

                    Naturally, the game has worked fine under windows on *all* of the hardware I've ever ran it on, so I think it's fair to assume this is a wine bug.

                    Until it's fixed, if you want to play this game under linux, I'd suggest using a non-I7 Intel-based system.

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                    Joypad Axis issue
                    by Lance Moore on Thursday May 13th 2010, 22:25
                    I'm having trouble with the joypad configuration on my Foxconn controller. The left-right axis on the left analog stick controls both the camera movement, and the player movement as well. This makes driving very difficult and awkward.

                    I would like to switch the left-right axis of the left analog stick for camera movement, to the right analog stick, so that it functions exactly how it does on PS2, with the right analog stick controlling the camera, and the left controlling the player.

                    Is this a bug that only I'm experiencing? I can't seem to find anyone with the same issues...

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                    by Graveer on Monday May 10th 2010, 8:54
                    It started working on 1.1.42

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                    Doesn't work on x64 Ubuntu 10.04
                    by th on Sunday April 25th 2010, 13:29
                    Library seems to be installed properly but when I start the game it shows the same effect as before and crashes after pressing (what should be at least) a new game button. Could you help?

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                    Game installation crash
                    by Linux Real Power on Sunday April 4th 2010, 17:41
                    Hi all.GTA Installation don´t want run on wine 1.1.41
                    On 1.1.40 it works.
                    My friend has same problem.
                    Where I can write this bug ?
                    btw when you install gta on wine 1.1.40 and update to 1.1.41 game run.

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                    'serious problem'
                    by m3mny on Wednesday March 17th 2010, 10:14
                    when I try to run then game, it throws up an error message saying gta_sa.exe encountered a serious problem and needs to close. sorry for the inconvenience. Any ideas or help much appreciated!

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                    EAX sound issue fix :)
                    by Grams79 on Thursday March 11th 2010, 12:40
                    After testing once again with a fresh install on a fresh OS.
                    Here are my findings to help eliminate the dreaded EAX sound bug.

                    Don't understand this sound bug? I will briefly explain.
                    GTASA was designed with EAX technology (eax.dll) and Microsoft Direct Sound Library (dsound.dll).
                    Something to do with Creative Sound Systems, 5.1 surround bla bla.
                    Well... WINE doesn't support it in this case.

                    In game the sound bug is much like this, I will explain.
                    Ambient sounds such as vehicle motors and footsteps are extremely low.
                    The only time these sound effect become clear is when the 3rd person cam position is near the model where the sound effect resides.
                    On the other hand sound effects from gunshots and the character CJ speaking are very loud.

                    This after 5 minutes this bug can make a gamer go mad! lol

                    At first I tackled the EAX.
                    Everyone since 2005 suggested a downgrade of the eax.dll.
                    I've tried these versions: 2.6.0.0, 3.0.1.0, 3.0.6.2, 3.0.6.5, 3.0.6.6, 4.0.0.0, 4.0.0.1
                    I don't believe any longer that this is a valid fix.

                    Many suggested changing from FULL to BASIC acceleration.
                    Go to ~./wine and open user.reg with gedit.
                    Located [Software\\Wine\\DirectSound] and find "HardwareAcceleration"="????"
                    Change it to "HardwareAcceleration"="Basic" and save.
                    That doesn't seem to change much now.

                    So to continue to the solution I have found.
                    DSOUND.DLL
                    Version: 5.3.2600.2180
                    FIXED MY ISSUE!
                    Backup your dsound.dll from original wine install found in system32.
                    Go into wine configuration and then libraries.
                    Type in dsound and set native, builtin.

                    WINE VERSION 1.1.37
                    SOUND DRIVER – OSS
                    SAMPLE RATE – 44100 / 16
                    ACCELERATION – BASIC
                    UBUNTU – 9.10
                    SOUND PREF – Analog Stereo Output
                    SPEAKERS – 2 desktop / 2 shelf (not 4.0)

                    Please try this fix and reply to let me know!
                    If this is the key then we can announce this as a perm fix.

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                    Usb hub
                    by Joshua Elmendorf on Saturday January 30th 2010, 21:05
                    I got my mouse and external keyboard hooked up to my laptop via a USB hub (4-port), nothing else is connected to it, I also have an external HDD connected via a different usb slot, as well as a fan in another, when I play the game, I can't control my keyboard on either the laptop or the external keyboard. I have to restart the computer to get control back, any ideas why?

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                    • RE: Usb hub by Jon-Luc Holmes on Tuesday December 14th 2010, 10:04
                    Fixed
                    by LaM on Monday January 25th 2010, 18:50
                    Version 1.1.37

                    After upgrading couple of mins ago and rechecking the wine configuration my keyb problem was fixed ^^

                    Thx Wine! =)

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                    • RE: Fixed by Grams79 on Tuesday January 26th 2010, 13:18
                    Weird!
                    by LaM on Sunday January 24th 2010, 6:00
                    Guys 0.0*

                    Ok after the discussion about the joy(stick/pad) controller I decided to attach one joypad.

                    So:

                    1. Joypad
                    2. Game start
                    3. Guess what? Keyb is still not grabbed, thou the joypad works as fine as swiss clock!

                    No issue at all(of course, if we ignore the keyb-not-grabbed issue) =)

                    I have the same problem on vice city, same behavior.

                    Hope i'll be able to do the regression test soon...

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                    Controller bug fix
                    by Grams79 on Friday January 22nd 2010, 13:25
                    As the warning above states....
                    There is a conflict between joypads and joystick with the keys.
                    It makes CJ run around without stopping.

                    The solution is to simply unplug the controller and plug back in before every start of the game.

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                    by Homedepome on Tuesday January 19th 2010, 14:47
                    I've tried to use PS/2 mouse and keyboard even disconnect both. Nothing changes.

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                    How to enable unusual video mode
                    by Ruslan on Monday January 11th 2010, 19:18
                    I have EEE PC with 1024x600 screen. In windows GTASA does find this mode and allows to set it to play. But in wine, be it virtual desktop or usual window, i get 800x600 and 640x480 as the only options. I tried adding different modes via xrandr, but this didn't help.
                    Does anyone know how to make GTASA use the needed mode?

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                    Keyb stopped working
                    by LaM on Sunday January 10th 2010, 17:55
                    ...since update to 1.1.36!

                    Help! :)

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                    5 YEAR SOUND ISSUE FIX
                    by Grams79 on Saturday January 9th 2010, 10:44
                    There has been a scream for help from many people who could not get the sound to work correctly for years!!
                    I can not believe that people have not noticed this issue as much as others such as Christian Nolte.
                    bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=14896

                    The sound issue makes car engines, foot steps and other sounds very quiet while Carl's voice, gun shots and police very loud.
                    THIS IS A NIGHTMARE WHEN CARL YELLS AT YOU.

                    The EAX is at fault and I've got the cure.
                    I'm not 100% sure if this will work for all others.
                    Do try and report back here with confirmation.

                    Solution:
                    1. Go into wine configuration and then libraries.
                    2. Type in dsound and set native, builtin.
                    3. Type in eax and set native, builtin.

                    The next step is to set audio hardware acceleration to BASIC.
                    This was hard to do since the update of wine where only FULL and EMULATION is available for option.
                    Go to ~./wine and open user.reg with gedit.
                    Located [Software\\Wine\\DirectSound] and find "HardwareAcceleration"="????"
                    Change it to "HardwareAcceleration"="Basic" and save.

                    Hope this helps everyone!!!!!

                    Wine version 1.1.33 on Ubuntu 9.10 using Analog Stereo Duplex.

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                    How to start the game on intel etc. video cards
                    by Ruslan on Sunday September 20th 2009, 10:55
                    If you are using Mesa driver for your video card (e.g. intel), you will get no textures in the menu, and trying to start new game will crash the game. This is because the game uses patented texture compression algorithm, which is left out of Mesa for legal reasons. To get GTA SA working, you have to get libtxc_dxtn.so library. Once you install it, GTA will work.
                    You can read about this library and download source from here:
                    homepage.hispeed.ch/rscheidegger/dri_experimental/s3tc_index.html

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                    Gta sa ont load
                    by Chucky on Friday August 21st 2009, 5:33
                    when i try to rune the .exe file wine opens and the screen changes from black to white in like a scale thing slowly moves from black to white i am using fedora 11 with nvidia card is there and apps i should install to insure it runs smoothly

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                    Can't run San Andreas
                    by MrZammler on Thursday August 13th 2009, 2:55
                    Seems I'm the only one who can't run San Andreas?

                    Tried both 1.1.25 and 1.1.26, the game run just once (and worked well for that one)! For all other times, screen gets garbled, no wine activity, and can't get any wine debug. Only way out is to restart X.

                    I'm using a no-cd crack, can't get the game to run without, keeps looking for the cd/dvd. Are you guys using no-cd ?

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                    Making the mod "Things to do in San Andreas 'Till you die" work
                    by John on Thursday July 23rd 2009, 13:03
                    Normally, running gta_sa.exe with this mod under wine 1.1.26 will cause the game to crash upon booting a new game. To alleviate this problem and still get most of the benefit of the mod, using sanny builder, decompile the main.scm, and comment out all the lines of text starting with (minus the quotes) "0181:" and "00C4:"
                    Recompile the main.scm, and you should be able to start a new game without a hitch.
                    The features lost by doing this are as follows: motorbike police don't change models depending on region, helicopter models don't change depending on your wanted level, and license plates do not get anisotropic filtering.

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                    No bug 14896?
                    by Jan Kaláb on Monday July 6th 2009, 3:06
                    Hmm, platinum ratings. You people are not affected by bug #14896? Because I still am (Wine 1.1.25) :(

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                    Intel video card vs nvidia logs
                    by Ruslan on Monday June 15th 2009, 15:54
                    I logged wine actions with WINEDEBUG=+d3d variable starting gtasa on intel and nvidia cards. It seems that the only errors which may have some sense in for this problem:

                    trace:d3d:test_arb_vs_offset_limit OpenGL implementation does not allow indirect addressing offsets > 63
                    trace:d3d:test_arb_vs_offset_limit error: "1054: integer value out of range"

                    on intel, and

                    trace:d3d:test_arb_vs_offset_limit OpenGL implementation allows offsets > 63

                    on nvidia.
                    Seems this *could* be the problem, though i'm not sure.
                    Here are logs:
                    nvidia pastebin.com/f8abc125
                    intel pastebin.com/f14e64b47

                    note: these logs are from different machines with different distros, but i think it shouldn't matter much since the problem is 100% reproducible for non-nvidia cards.

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                    Intel Video Card
                    by Jesus Ballesteros on Wednesday June 10th 2009, 5:49
                    Firts: Sorry for my English, it's very bad.

                    What happen with Intel Graphics?, I don't have windows but I run GTA San Andreas in windows with this video card. I have problems with wine. It's possible run GTA San Andreas with wine and this video card?

                    - Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500M

                    Because I've problems with the startmenu..

                    Thank you for you answer.. :)

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                    Slow performance? Try this:
                    by rswoods on Wednesday May 20th 2009, 0:23
                    I was getting some pretty ridiculously slow performance on this game and no amount of turning down the effects was working. When I opened the stream.ini file in the SA directory and changed "memory" and "dev_kit memory" up waaaay higher (i set them at 50000) performance sped up to where it was actually playable and enjoyable. Good luck !

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                    Install can't succesfully continue
                    by H13N.H3N on Saturday May 9th 2009, 14:38
                    I never had this problem before, installing the game, a message appears asking for a data5.cab, i still have no idea what is going on, never happened when i had Windows tough. i have installed GTA III and VC and they work just fine, i made a search with goggle but no answer was found, any ideas?

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                    Cannot find 800x600x32 video mode...
                    by André K. on Sunday March 29th 2009, 15:43
                    Why do I get this message from the game ?
                    Wine 1.1.18 +DirectX 9

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                    Control problem
                    by Jan Kaláb on Saturday March 14th 2009, 4:55
                    Hi,
                    I've a little problem with my controls. It seems like forward and left is always pressed. So CJ is still running diagonaly. And also in menus, the sliders (like volmue or mouse sensitivity) are always decreasing when mouse cursor is above them. Any idea what's wrong and how may I fix this? I've Ubuntu 8.10 64bit and Wine 1.1.16 (waiting for 17.deb).

                    P.S. It's not joystick problem because I don't own any.

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