Counter Strike Update's

By EfaustuS9
Nov 29, 2003
  1. I was recently given both Half-Life and Counter Strike Retail versions. My intention is to play counter strike online so I downloaded the patches suggested by the Counter Strike Web page (Half-Life 1.1.10 and Counter Stike Yet when I try to log on to a multiplayer game in counter strike no servers appear and further when I run the updater it is unable to determine what files I am missing. If any one could help me resolve this issue I would apprechate it.
  2. NoisySilence

    NoisySilence TS Rookie Posts: 98

    The latest updates for HL, CS, DoD, Team Fortress are only available through steam.
  3. Shoka

    Shoka TS Rookie

    newest cs version is 1.6, go get it from
    under downloads section download the Counter Strike Steam Installer.
  4. EfaustuS9

    EfaustuS9 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thanks I appreciate it :). unfortunately thoughs files are far to sizable for my meger 56k. So, this fact compounded with the other issue that I have only 978mb of space remaining on my 10GB HD, means that I will not be enjoying CS :( (unless there is another way to play with out steam;) )
    guess I'll stick with MOH, and give this game to someone who has broadband and enough HD space to accommodate the ridiculous 400MB multiplayer software.
  5. NoisySilence

    NoisySilence TS Rookie Posts: 98

  6. EfaustuS9

    EfaustuS9 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I already have gamespy silence, and I tryied playing counter strike through there as well, yet no servers are presented at gamespy either. Havent tried that other software though so I guess I'll give that a try. if there are any other suggestions keep them comming, ;)

  7. Shoka

    Shoka TS Rookie

    There are still cs 1.5 servers around, but not many. You can search "1.5" at and see what servers name contain "1.5".
  8. EfaustuS9

    EfaustuS9 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    The All Seeing Eye works quite well. Much thanks to all
  9. MaskedBurrito

    MaskedBurrito TS Rookie Posts: 42

    Hey, consider getting the lifetime license for 30 bucks. It's completely worth it.
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