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23 minutes ago, Ragetank said:

This unfortunately happens on the 64bit version of gmod. Change back to the default version and it will fix this.

What he said, it’s a beta for a reason, swap back or swap to the Chromium version.

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54 minutes ago, Ragetank said:

This unfortunately happens on the 64bit version of gmod. Change back to the default version and it will fix this.

That may fix that, but If I use the 32-bit version, i get the dreaded LUA PANIC, not enough memory.  Should chromium also fix this?

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16 minutes ago, Malthael said:

That may fix that, but If I use the 32-bit version, i get the dreaded LUA PANIC, not enough memory.  Should chromium also fix this?

I'd suggest using the 32-bit version, and consulting our support team on working around your Lua Panic issue on TeamSpeak. (ts3.imperialgaming.net)

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Few things you can try.

Solution 1:

Go to your C: Drive, or whatever drive you have Steam Installed on. Open it up.

Go to Program Files/Steam/Steamapps/common/garrysmod

Click on FactoryReset-Gmod

Solution 2:

Type in launch options -dxlevel 98 (also try 95 and 90)

You can try chromium as well.
Solution 3:

Unsubscribe from all addons then verify they are deleted by going into garrysmod/garrysmod/addons
Only subscribe to server content

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Just now, Ragetank said:

Few things you can try.

Solution 1:

Go to your C: Drive, or whatever drive you have Steam Installed on. Open it up.

Go to Program Files/Steam/Steamapps/common/garrysmod

Click on FactoryReset-Gmod

Solution 2:

Type in launch options -dxlevel 98 (also try 95 and 90)

You can try chromium as well.
Solution 3:

Unsubscribe from all addons then verify they are deleted by going into garrysmod/garrysmod/addons
Only subscribe to server content

I completed all of these ass well as multiple reinstalls, and the only thing that managed to work was sitching to 64-bit.  I am testing chromium compatibility now.

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Chromium may resolve the issue, if the issue is not fixed after all of these solutions then the problem may be internal and due to components within you computer itself, not exactly sure just a thought?

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