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In-game media player is tied to FMOD, which can cause the player's output to get cut off in case of overload due to way this audio system works. You can always use media player in your system instead of in-game media player if you want to listen to online radio without interruptions. This has additional benefit of being able to use separate audio device for output, which is helpful if you don't want to have music recorded with evidence video, which could lead to  video becoming unavailable for copyright reasons before Game Moderator reviews the report, where the evidence video was used. There are plenty of media players for Windows operating system to choose from. In my case I'm using AIMP4 media player to listen to music and online radio while driving. 


If you want to ask anywhere on forums whenever 32-bit version of MP will be supported in future, try to start GTA V on your 32-bit machine before checking game's system requirements.

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Hello @ArcticYuki,


We are glad to hear that your question has been answered.
Thanks to everyone for helping here! :)

If you require more help in the future, please do not hesitate to create another Topic or a Support Ticket.



Best Regards,
Polyxena [GER]
TruckersMP Support


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