Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

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vParadius

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So here I am with a copy of GTA:SA for PC(2.0). I install it rather quickly, and, I start the game up as I wasn't able to play it on my old computer. So, I'm thinking that this should be awesome or so because I have an nVidia GeForce 8600GT on this one(hopefully that's not the problem; that'd be stupid since it has the nVidia logo on one of the loading screens).

Alright, enough of that 'boring' stuff, heh: I start a new game and it ZOOOOOMS past the intro with CJ getting his luggage from the airport all the way to the part where you're talking to one of the grove street guys. But all I see is the alley where you start the first mission when they're talking, as if you were to look at it with first-person. I thought that was weird to begin with but then you actually start to play and the first time I tried, CJ starts walking towards the railroad track(on his own; I'm just sitting here wondering what the hell's going on), and WHAM!, out of nowhere the train kills him. And this was in high-speed, too.

So, I laugh....hard, and find myself at the hospital with time just flying by. I run around a bit as it was quite humorous....but eventually I restarted the game. This time he didn't get hit by the train but he kept walking on his own. I can only gain control of CJ when he dies for the first time, and if he doesn't die before he eventually gets stuck I can't play.

I already tried reinstalling the game and the same thing happened. Oh and, I'm using Windows XP.

Could someone help me on this?
 
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