The "107" error code is most likely caused by an issue with the game's files. To fix it, you'll need to contact Rockstar Support.
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1. Check for updates
The first step is to open the Rockstar Games Launcher. Once the launcher is open, click the "Settings" button in the top right corner. In the Settings menu, click the "Check for Updates" option. The launcher will now check for any updates that are available for GTA V. If any updates are found, they will be downloaded and installed automatically.
2. Reinstall the game
- Go to the Rockstar Games support website (support.rockstargames.com) and log in with your account information.
- Click on the "Downloads" section.
- Find the "GTA V" section and click on the "Download" button for the PC version of the game.
- Run the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions to install the game.
- Once the installation is complete, launch the game and see if the error code 107 still appears.
3. Repair game files
- Launch the Steam client and log in to your account.
- Right-click on Grand Theft Auto V from your library of games and select "Properties."
- In the "Properties" window, select the "Local Files" tab.
- Click the "Verify Integrity of Game Files" button.
- Steam will now scan your installation of Grand Theft Auto V to verify that all game files are intact and correctly installed.
- If any files are found to be missing or corrupt, Steam will re-download them from the server.
- Once the process is complete, you should be able to launch and play Grand Theft Auto V without any issues.
4. Reset game data
- First, open the Settings app on your device.
- Scroll down and tap on the “Apps” option.
- Find and tap on the “Grand Theft Auto V” app.
- tap on the “Storage” option.
- Tap on the “Clear Data” button.
- Tap on the “Clear Cache” button.
- Restart your device and launch the game again.
If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:
- Clear game cache.
- Disable dynamic resolution.
- Change video settings.
- Disable graphics acceleration.
- Repair or disable antivirus software.
- Update drivers.