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Solved: Counter-Strike Freezes

Discussion in 'Games' started by nugget69, Apr 22, 2010.

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    I can play any Counter-Strikes (CSS & CS 1.6). I have recently reinstalled Windows 7 and tryed playing CSS/CS 1.6 but neither have worked for me since then, they did work prior to the reinstall.
    When i play CSS i can get as far as joining a server but as soon as i get to the MOTD (servers message of the day) it freezes and i have to Ctrl+Alt+Delete to close the programme.
    And on CS 1.6 i try to join a server and it says "Establishing network connection to server" with 3 bars filled on the loading bar, then freezes and Ctrl+Alt+Delete to exit again.

    Things i have tryed to see if it fixes it are;
    Installing new/old graphics drivers
    Reinstalling steam & CSS/CS 1.6
    Running CSS/CS 1.6 as administrator
    Running CSS/CS 1.6 in compatibility mode for Windows XP
    Disabling FireWall/Closing my Anti-Virus during game play

    Oh and to add one more thing I can play Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 just fine
    Any suggetions or help is greatly appreciated
     
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    Incase this helps others i have to close Internet Download Manager
     
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