Error in installing the trainer and scripthook while playing GTA 4

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I am trying to play GTA 4, but whenever I try and install the trainer and script hook, it crashes at the writing of the mission introduction.

This is the error message that appears.

"GTAIV.exe-Entry Point Not Found
The procedure entry point
?GetNativeAddressFromAlternateHash@Game@@SAPAXI@Z could not
be located in the dynamic link library ScriptHook.dll."

EDIT:  It doesn’t even show an error anymore instead it just crashes.

Please help me!


Answered By 0 points N/A #154506

Error in installing the trainer and scripthook while playing GTA 4


Hi Walker,

Just simply copy all .dll files of your GTA4 Trainer and paste into

if you have 32bit windows


and if you have 64bit windows then in both




hope it will work. 🙂

Try not to install to much modification or it ll give error and you have to reinstall GTA4

First take backup of files then apply modification

and if you have not took backup then download backup files from

or try other script hook versions

But make sure you have latest version of Microsoft .Net Framework & Microsoft Visual C++ installed

Answered By 590495 points N/A #154507

Error in installing the trainer and scripthook while playing GTA 4


If this error happened after installing the GTA 4 trainer then there must be something wrong with the way you install it. First, check if Grand Theft Auto 4 is compatible with your system. Grand Theft Auto 4 supports Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista Service Pack 1, and Windows 7. It requires at least Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 GHz processor or higher or AMD Athlon X2 64 2.4GHz or higher.

It requires 1 GB RAM for Windows XP and 1.5 GB RAM for Windows Vista. Your graphics adapter should have at least 256 MB video RAM or higher. It requires 16 GB of free hard drive space. If you think your system is compatible with Grand Theft Auto 4 then try downloading this trainer. Download Simple Native Trainer and XLiveLess Latest.

Unpack XLiveLess then copy “xlive.dll” to your Grand Theft Auto 4 installation folder. In case you have another ASI loader that is already installed, make sure to remove it. Unpack Simple Native Trainer then copy the following files to your Grand Theft Auto 4 installation folder: ScriptHook.dll, Trainer.asi, and Trainer.ini. After that, start Grand Theft Auto 4 then press F3.

It will show you the in-game menu. It can also be controlled using the numpad. The arrow keys in the numpad can be used for navigation, 5 is for Enter, and 0 is for Back. After the initial run, you need to press F4 to go back to the Simple Native Trainer navigation.

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