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FiveM Unban method with Hyper-V
Unban method with Hyper-V (virtual machine)
This method is free?
Yes but you will have loss of FPS
Can I play on my favorite servers with my character?
No, you will have to change your steam/rockstar/xbox/discord account
Why am I always banned from certain servers?
Yes it is possible if the server has banned your IP, so use a VPN.
Does it work for all types of ban?
Yes it works for the 255 Days & 14 Days ban and server ban
My microphone doesn't work, what do I do?
Step 1: Install VBCable on your server and reboot
Step 2: Install Discord on your host server, and create a secondary account (must be different from your usual Discord as you need to make a voice call to yourself)
Step 3: On your host server, right click on the sound icon and click “Recording devices”
Step 4. Select CABLE Output and click Properties
Step 5. Select “Use this device” and click Apply, then OK
Step 6. Access properties for CABLE Output again, and switch to Listen tab and make sure “Listen to this device” is UNSELECTED
Step 7. Set CABLE Output to be the default recording device
Step 8. Open Discord on your server (logged in as your secondary account) and set these audio settings - the idea here is you want the output settings in your secondary account on host machine be silent (by reducing input volume to 0), as if you do not do this, you will get an echo when calling yourself.
Step 9. You should now be able to make a call Discord call between your client machine and your Parsec host server. Please note that you will not be able to use Discord’s push to talk functionality on the client and will need to leave your client Discord set to “voice activity” (eg always on). If you do want to use some kind of push to talk functionality on the Parsec host when gaming online, you will need to rely on your PC games push to talk functionality.
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How Setup Hyper V:
(Easier way to setup HyperV with GPU Passthrough https://github.com/jamesstringerparsec/Easy-GPU-PV )
So first of all this isn't really unban method it's tutorial for creating new virtual machine with GPU passthrough the performance of this is decent, im getting around 150fps in game even though the screen is limited to 64fps due NVIDIA software programs like Control Panel etc, When you are creating your Virtual machine remember to use HyperV it's the only virtual machine that allows GPU passthrough on Windows
After installing the windows on your HyperV machine, you will need at least 8 GB of ram and 4-10 cores from your CPU. With lower specs, I wouldn't do this. You can change the RAM and CPU cores from the settings of your new Virtual Machine.
After doing this, disable checkpoints and enable Guest Services
Now that you have your basic virtual machine you will have to start doing the GPU passthroughing. Start it first by launching your Virtual machine and creating folder called HostDriverStore in System32 and in the HostDriverStore create folder called FileRepository where you will have to move your graphics card driver folder which is stored in System32/DriverStore/FileRepository in your original PC
You can locate it by checking your GPU driver details.
In AMD, the folder will look like:
In NVIDIA, the folder will look like:
The final result in virtual machine should look something like this
Now that you have the driver folder installed you will have to do one more thing in the virtual machine for AMD users you will have go to System32 and locate all files that start with word AMD then copy them all and move to your Virtual Machine System32 for NVIDIA users it will be same kind of process but just locate all files that starts with word NV don't pick up dll called NVML.dll tho since fivem can use it to receive your original GPU uuid
Final results should look something like this
Now you can shut down your virtual machine and open Powershell ISE with administrator perms
Then in the console execute "Set-ExecutionPolicy unrestricted"
So you will have all permissions to change virtual machine data.
After that, run this script by pressing F5
- $vm = "YOUR_VIRTUAL_MACHINE_NAME"
- Add-VMGpuPartitionAdapter -VMName $vm
- Set-VMGpuPartitionAdapter -VMName $vm -MinPartitionVRAM 80000000 -MaxPartitionVRAM 100000000 -OptimalPartitionVRAM 100000000 -MinPartitionEncode 80000000 -MaxPartitionEncode 100000000 -OptimalPartitionEncode 100000000 -MinPartitionDecode 80000000 -MaxPartitionDecode 100000000 -OptimalPartitionDecode 100000000 -MinPartitionCompute 80000000 -MaxPartitionCompute 100000000 -OptimalPartitionCompute 100000000
- Set-VM -GuestControlledCacheTypes $true -VMName $vm
- Set-VM -LowMemoryMappedIoSpace 1Gb -VMName $vm
- Set-VM –HighMemoryMappedIoSpace 32GB –VMName $vm
After that, run your Virtual machine, and you should see your GPU in Device Manager. Then just install GTA V. Login with fresh R account that has never been used in any computer since fivem bans every account that has been used in banned computer.
While installing GTA V you should install Parsec which allows streaming the VM to your main pc since HyperV mouse input is dogshit. Also, will allow you to play with 64fps since HyperV is normally only 32fps.
Now you should be able to play with alright FPS
For people who are having hard time doing this, just watch this video: https://youtu.be/XLLcc29EZ_8?t=707