Counterstrike Source problem

By TimeParadoX
Mar 3, 2007
  1. When I play CS:S on about any server I start to "bounce" around and I cant even move, Like I go forward then it pushes me back so I cant even play or anything. Anyone know what's the problem or how to fix it?

    It's not because of graphics because I can play on my servers with like 14 bots on screen at once and not even a stutter in frames
  2. mailpup

    mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 7,186   +469

    I've waited to post because I don't have the answer to your problem but I've had similar issues with CS:S, except it's with "single player" with the bots. I don't play online. Ever since an update in December 2006, movement in the games proceeds in a jerky/choppy fashion. The bots run in place, sort of, for a bit and then suddenly appear ahead to where they should be. It's really hard to target the enemy because of it. Also, when switching weapons, it does a sort of double take. The weapon pulls up twice.

    It was perfectly fine before that update and it hasn't been fixed yet. I uninstalled Half Life 2 and CS:S and reinstalled from scratch and updated my ATI driver to Catalyst 7.1 with no change. I haven't tried 7.2 yet but the Release Notes make no mention of it.

    I'm sure the problem is with Valve's update but I haven't seen this problem as being very widespread when I look at Steam's forums. So who knows when it might get fixed?
  3. TimeParadoX

    TimeParadoX TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 2,273

    I think I found the problem, When I run on 100tick servers I start to bounce and stuff but when I run on anything below 100tick it's normal, How do I change it to where I can run 100ticks?
  4. irobot

    irobot TS Rookie

    i know this is an old thread BUT....

    the actually 100tic is server side

    and the closest thing i can think of is to change

    cl_updaterate to whatever tic the server is
    and also
    cl_cmdrate to whatever the tic is plus 1

    wierd, but yeah
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