Title: Troubleshooting GTA:NWhat's wrong?: Have the classic complaint of being stuck looking at the Vinewood sign.What should normally happen?: Join a server, download server information and become connected.How to reproduce the issue: Load up GTA:N, get to many you and try connect to any server on the list. Nothing happens after I click to connect.Client version: 0.1.386.300Operating System: Windows 10GPU & Driver ver.: GTX 950 & 382.05CPU: AMD 970A-D53RAM: 8GBerror.log: https://pastebin.gtanet.work/?a35651eb2a860d03#ChHZoU29alupJGmCAuHUgUMTLWbQDOxWRY4gInd3KJ8=ScriptHookDotNet-date.log: https://pastebin.gtanet.work/?b41a6a425eb91f8b#d/oeqx457Esb84xM+i98BoeKOZ3W6kEudI8m6p5auyE=Write any additional information (Use spoilers for images): Steps to correct the problem: (Vinewood sign but unable to connect to any servers). 1. Install Fresh GTA-5/Online and Update 2. Install Fresh GTA:N Clinent and Update to version 0.1.386.300 -Check to see if fixed: Wasn't Fixed- 3. Deleted and Reinstalled GTA:N Client on different drive and repeat step 2. -Check to see if fixed: Wasn't Fixed- 4. Deleted and Reinstalled GTA:N Client on desktop and repeated step 2. -Check to see if fixed: Wasn't Fixed- Checked to make sure all of the executables for GTAN Launcer, GTA5 and GTA Launcher were set to administrator mode -Check to see if fixed: Wasn't Fixed- 5. Verified all of my .Net frameworks were installed. Verified. 6. Checked to make sure files were verified in steam. Verified. 7. Deleted save files in my documents and played up past the first Simeon mission. -Check to see if fixed: Wasn't Fixed- 8. Ran the framework repair kits and tried to reinstall. 9. Checked to make sure GPU and Network drivers were up to date and installed. -Check to see if fixed: Wasn't Fixed- 10. Verified Steam Files again - no errors. 11. Turned off firewall and windows defender -Check to see if fixed: Wasn't Fixed- This is where I am currently sitting.