Error RDR2_b1436.exe!sub_142E655D0 (0x4a)

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RDR2 version? 1.0.1491.16
Up to date? yes
Legit or Pirate copy? Legit
Steam/Epic Games/Social Club? Steam
Windows version? 10
Did you try to delete caches.xml and try again? yes
Error screenshot (if any)
Error RedM
System specifications AMD A10-7700K Radeon R7, 10 Compute Cores 4C+6G 3.40 GHz 16Gb (RAM)
AMD Radeon ™ R7 Graphics
What did you do to get this issue? When I unlocked the advanced graphics option in the RDR2 settings (I started the game in RedM) and changed “vulkan” to “DirectX12”. From that moment the game started giving me this error. Before doing all this, RedM started perfectly, and I could enter all the servers without problems.
What server did you get this issue on? On all servers.
Latest CitizenFX_log file
CitizenFX_log_2022-11-22T071133.log (207.6 KB) (2.2 MB)
.dmp files/report IDs
2805dbd7-5751-4cb8-a49b-3ea8858533f2.dmp (8.2 MB)
If an issue with starting:
RDR2 folder screenshot

RDR2/x64/dlcpacks screenshot

Filepath to RedM folder
RedM Folder
RedM client folder screenshot
Did you try to disable/uninstall your Anti-virus? yes
Did you start Rockstar Games Launcher not as admin? yes
Also add what you already tried so far. I reinstalled RedM again and also checked via Steam for the integrity of the RDR2 root files (which were fine) and got the same error when I started RedM again. Also leave the “advanced graphics” option disabled in the singleplayer game. To all this I want to clarify that the game in singleplayer and online works perfectly; I only have the error with RedM.
P.S: Sorry for my very horrible english and very thanks to everybody for any help could give me!! Have good luck!!

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