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RenderDoc 0.27 doesn't run with Script Hook V 1.0.944.2 for GTAV (with latest updates)

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Please have a look at this Stackoverflow question if you have experience with any of GTAV, Script Hook V, RenderDoc, or DirectX. Any help or suggestion is highly appreciated. Basically RenderDoc 0.27 which I am using crashes with the newest version of Script Hook V for GTA5 modding while each of them works perfectly separately. Also this issue doesn't exists in the latest version of RenderDoc.

 

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/42382146/how-to-make-renderdocui-exe-and-scripthookv-run-in-parallel

The error in the log is: RENDERDOC: [15:31:01] remote_access.cpp( 250) - Error - Error in accept - shutting down server

I am using this version of renderdoc due to the code of Playing for Data in this website: https://bitbucket.org/visinf/projects-2016-playing-for-data 
 
 
Any suggestion is highly appreciated. I do need to use that version of renderdoc (0.27) because it saves shader map as well while I don't have access to it in RenderDoc 0.33. Please don't be frustrated with my question! It is for research! 
*I am using Script Hook V for modding (specifically teleporting and flying using NiceFly GTA5 mod). If there's another modding tool that doesn't make use of DirectX calls at the same time as RenderDoc makes use of it and works for GTAV, please introduce it to me.
Thanks,
Mona

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