Something wrong with my fiveM


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**GTA V version?**Up to date
**Up to date?**Yes
**Legit or Pirate copy?**Legit
**Steam/CD/Social Club?**Steam
Windows version? Windows 10
Did you try to delete caches.xml and try again? Yes
Error screenshot (if any)

System specificationsRyzen 5 4500U | Radeon Vega 8
**What did you do to get this issue?**can`t complete the downloading process
**What server did you get this issue on?**Problem at downloading process not at server
CitizenFX crash zip file
CitizenFX.log file
.dmp files/report IDs

If an issue with starting:
GTA V folder screenshot
GTA V/update/x64/dlcpacks screenshot
Filepath to FiveM folder
FiveM client folder screenshot
Which antivirus/firewall software are you using? avast
Did you try to disable/uninstall your Anti-virus? yes

Also add what you already tried so far.
i tried to reinstall fivem and restart my pc

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Doubtful, as that’d fix it.

No Solution?

Pada tanggal Kam, 5 Nov 2020 13:57, hydrogen via Community <[email protected]> menulis:

Hey @1111116,
You Should Try Installing FiveM with your Anti-Virus Off.

I’ll try it

Pada tanggal Kam, 5 Nov 2020 15:59, Sobhan Setoodeh via Community <[email protected]> menulis:

You don’t need to install FiveM, without a antivirus solution, you have the option to add exceptions to the list:
Open Avast and click on Menu

In the new menu, click on Settings:

On the new menu, click Exceptions

Click on Add Exception:

Fill in the location of your FiveM install:
In my case, I have installed everything in C:\FiveM, you have to add the path as C:\FiveM* which will add everything inside C:\FiveM directory to the exception list of the Antivirus.