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Ok I am at my friend's house and we are playing CS Source, every server we enter we keep getting these lag spikes... So I am hoping by changing some rates it could help...
post #2 of 8
Check in you steam settings and make sure you are set for LAN/T1. If so, then try changing your cl_updaterate and cl_cmdrate settings. To values like 100 and 101 respectively.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Renegade5399
Check in you steam settings and make sure you are set for LAN/T1. If so, then try changing your cl_updaterate and cl_cmdrate settings. To values like 100 and 101 respectively.
I already put the Connection at Lan/T1
post #4 of 8
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Ok now on De_dust2 in the Tunnels the floors are all purple
post #5 of 8
Don't fret! That happens to a lot of us! Try updating your drivers. Sometimes just restarting the game clears that up.
post #6 of 8
Dude, changing rate's dosen't always work.A LOT of the time's there's somthing wrong with the modem. Thats what happened to me and a friend of mine and once we got new modems it cleared everything up.

But, I would go with what Renegade said and update drivers. However I suggest you try to change your rates back to default.
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We just had a fresh install of everything, including new drivers and such...
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Steam and CS:S are bandwidth hogs so if you are playing on the same line through a router or whatever you are sharing a connection and if its a slow connection like DSL or peak time for cable you'll get lag.
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