Trick to fix “Unable to Run GTA: Episodes from Liberty City on Windows 10”
Grand Theft Auto or GTA games have lots of fans worldwide, there are many fans of all ages that play Grand Theft Auto and its DLCs such as Episodes from Liberty City on a regular basis. But Windows 10 users are facing problem with Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City. According to users while playing this game, suddenly it get stop responding due to some unknown reason.
Trick to solve GTA: Episodes from Liberty City problems in Windows 10
We know that Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City is quite old game (releasing date: 2008). So it is common to have some problem while running it on Windows 10. First check that game is updated or not, if not then update Grand Theft Auto. It is also necessary to verify that Windows 10 is packed with latest updates or not, download all the available update on your Windows 10 PC/laptop and install it. Updating both game and Windows 10 operating system will fix all types of potential incongruity issues if available. It is also suggested that update system’s graphic card drivers with the latest version. After updating game, Windows and display drivers apply if you are still unable to repair GTA: Episodes from Liberty City problems in Windows 10 then apply the below given trick.
Try to Run GTA: Episodes from Liberty City in windowed mode
If you are unable to play GTA: Episodes from Liberty City in Windows 10 PC or laptop then try to run it in windowed mode. This solution is not permanent, but sometime this will work.
Steps to run Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City in windowed mode:
Run the game-> go to Video Options and set it to run in windowed mode.
If you can’t even run a game without crashing then apply below given step:
Navigate to the game directory (by default: C:\Steam\steamapps\common\grand theft auto iv episodes from liberty city\EFLC), but there is a chance that it may be different on your computer.
After it, you have to create a new text file called commandline.txt inside the directory.
After it open the commandline.txt and type -windowed.
Save the text file and exit commandline.txt and after it try to run the game.
That’s it, executing the game in windowed mode must fix this issue with ease.