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Counter Strike Source GLitches?


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HamburgrHelpr08

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Ok so i have been playing counter strike for a while now and now enough about the game. but i have been been having problems with some sorth of lag or glitche. heres what happens. i am playing no lagg running fine then i just like jitter and if theres a dead body next to me i goes it the air then falls back same with there gun and at the same time it sows the guns i have on the yelleow gun tool bar ontop of the screen and it like pulls out the same gun i already had out. it does this in like 5 seconds. i have 1000mps.internet 2gig of ram amd daul core 3800 ati radeon 800xpro. it doesnt do this on all servers either but it has done it on more than one/


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As far as i know its a kind of server lag, happens to me as well its a kind of reset although it doesnt happen to me as badly or as often as you describe, as far as i know its server side, trick is to get local servers with good connections.
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Lower the ping the better the gameplay. If its a rental hosted server from a major company your gameplay will still be smooth even if your ping is 100-150 but it is better to find servers with the lowest ping possible. If the server is a home server on cable or dsl even if the cable or dsl has high ammounts of upload, the server can get choppy at times because the pings fluctuate alot on home servers. Try looking for servers by real hosted companies.
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Yeah, it happens though even on the big servers, something you have to put up with happens to most online games i can have a solid ping of low 30s and 20s but it will still do it, other times it doesnt happen at all when i have higher pings or on a server set up by a friend.

Make sure no one else is using your net connection it can make it worse.

Edited by warriorscot, 17 January 2006 - 04:05 PM.

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yeah normally i have ping around 50 or under 100

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Thats kinda high, are these on local servers. The closer the better, in the UK im lucky all the servers are within a maximum of 400 miles so they are all close to me in the interweb world.
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Offensive post removed, member banned. We do NOT tolerate that type of behavior here. :tazz:

Edited by Kat, 17 January 2006 - 06:26 PM.

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ok what ever yeah thanks i try to play on close servers
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You might also look for servers that auto adjust your rates for you to something to suit the server it helps alot, most of the bigger ones do it as it decreases server load.
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what do u mean by that
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Well there is a bandwidth rate and you can adjust it to be optimised for your internet connection, http://www.gotfrag.c.../thread/179990/ they are discussing it in there.
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ok
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Hey m8 I had this problem as well TWICE. First instance I had zonealarm so I disabled it and used windows firewall and that stopped it and second time I was stupid enough to have Norton running so I disabled that and had windows firewall working.
Seems to work fine for me now.
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it getting alot bettter now
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