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Counter Strike Condition Zero LAN AD HOC 2

Discussion in 'Games' started by abdusamed, Jun 23, 2009.

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  1. abdusamed

    abdusamed Banned Thread Starter

    Apr 26, 2009
    okay.. i bought the original cs game- i still have the same question:
    hey guy
    I was soo excited to play a lan game with my friends after playing Warcraft 3. We played warcraft 3 all night on ad hoc. yea..we were playing on Ad hoc lan.. IT WAS FUN.. Then we decided to play counter strike but for some reason it wont DETECT ANY LAN GAME WHAT SO EVER. We created a lan game using the dedicated thing in its folder. After starting a dedicated server with the setting on lan i was the ONLY ONE WHO WAS DETECTING! But when i tried conneting to it on my computer, it said Valve REJECTION.. What? i ccreated the server and i cant connect? what the hell? So i need your help how to connect a counter strike game on LAN using Ad hoc. HURRY I NEED UR HELP
  2. BG-0


    Dec 31, 1969
    The Valve rejection is a sign of the pirated version of the game that you're still using...
  3. EAFiedler

    EAFiedler Moderator

    Apr 25, 2000
    Sorry, we will not assist with pirated games.
    Closing thread.

    You persisted in posting this after being told not to post it again.
    Your account has now been disabled.
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