'GTA 5': How To Fix The Older Xbox 360 Crashing Issues In 'Grand Theft Auto 5'

  @KKGam3r on September 25 2013 12:51 PM

Have you been experiencing crashes with the Xbox 360 version of "Grand Theft Auto 5"? Do you have an older Xbox 360 console? If so, Microsoft has offered a fix, according to GameZone.

Here's what happened to one gamer when playing "GTA 5" on their Xbox 360.

"Once the driving portion of Franklin's 1st mission start, the game randomly freezes forcing me to reboot the Xbox.  There is no precursor for the game locking up; it appears to happen completely randomly and at different times during the mission.  It has locked up on me early in the mission when Franklin's buddy calls up on the cell phone just after the driving starts.  It has locked up during the second portion of the driving mission when the cops are chasing."

Owners of Xbox 360 systems made between 2006 and 2008 make up most of the people reporting this issue. So how do you go about remedying this issue? Just follow the steps below. Note that these instructions are courtesy of Microsoft's Xbox LIVE Support service.

How to fix the "GTA 5" crashing bugs on older Xbox 360 consoles

1. Delete "GTA 5"

2. Clear your Xbox 360 system cache three times

3. Delete marketplace data from storage system items

4. Unplug your Xbox 360

5. Plug your Xbox 360 back in after three minutes

6. Install "GTA 5" Disc 1

7. Turn off your Xbox 360

8. Turn your Xbox 360 back on

9. Install "GTA 5" Disc 2

10. Start playing "GTA 5" again

Let us know in the comments below if this eliminates your "GTA 5" crashing issues. Have you discovered any new workarounds? Have you encountered any other issues with "GTA 5" related to crashing? Please feel free to share.

 

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