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  1. Hello everyone, I'm having problems with the `mta sa` client ... When I installed the MTA and try to open it it gives me the following message: --------------------------- MTA: San Andreas [CN01] (CTRL+C to copy) --------------------------- There was a problem validating your serial --------------------------- OK --------------------------- Moderator edit (knownledgebase note): If you're getting the error "CN01: There was a problem validating your serial" then you need to: follow the instructions at https://updatesa.multitheftauto.com/sa/trouble/?tr=serial-validation For example, if you're on Windows, these would be the extended steps for instruction 1) at the link above - Run MTA on the host system atleast once, so without VMware on the same PC. - Then use VM(ware) to use MTA again, after doing that. Reason: MTA wants to generate your MTA serial on the 'real' PC, so it can restore your original MTA serial into your VM. This is a technical measure to stop people from ban evading & easy serial changing with VM's. So long story short, you just need to use MTA without VM one time, and then you can keep using VM forever. Your PC cannot "first meet" MTA while running through a VM. If you're on Linux, the Linux MTA server contains an alternative to complete the same process; use instruction 2 from the link. I can open gta-sa normally... Someone can help me? Ps: I forgot, I'm using a virtual machine (VMWARE)
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