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Playing Counter STrike 1.6 problems now

Discussion in 'Games' started by Kelvin 22, Jan 27, 2007.

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  1. Kelvin 22

    Kelvin 22 Thread Starter

    Jan 27, 2007
    Hi, i've bought a new computer and i've had it for atleast 2 years now. Its a sony. Thats info on it is... 3.0 ghz 1gig ram. intergrated graphic card and.. lots of memory lol. Well the thing is. I've been playing counterstrike and other games for a while now and i had no problems with it. And recently my computer has disspointed me with its performance. Before i was able to play it perfectly fine. The lag was good and movement wasn't complainable. But recently it seems like when i play counterstrike i get a huge ping and my FPS drops when there is a lot of animation. Before, i was able to play fine but now, all of a sudden the performance becomes bad.

    THings that i have tried to fix the problems with: Reformatted, unistall some useless software, called my internet provider, and other little things.

    I would like to know how to fix this problem. There are many problems that could be happening but i have no idea where to start with. People have told me to purchase additional products for my computer and i dont think it is neccsary because i was able to play perfectly fine before.
  2. vinsanity


    Jan 20, 2007
    check your drivers. 1. video driver 2. system drivers (which may include driver for the mainboard, ide drivers, etc) properly install the above mention and don't rely on the drivers that the windows provides.
  3. MaverickUK


    Nov 30, 2006
    Try "fps_max 101" in console and "cl_rate 20000" - "cl_updaterate 101" and "cl_cmdrate 101".
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