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Constant Lag on CS:S

Discussion in Counter-Strike: Source started by Jed, Jul 31, 2013

  1. Feb 3, 2012
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    Usually when I'm on CS:S I would always lag and I have no idea why. This has gone on for a while now and I'm getting sick of it. :struggle:
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  2. Oct 17, 2011
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    Had the same problem for a year. Have you cleaned your fan?
    I never claned my laptop fan in 4 years and after i did, my laptop was like brand new and fast.
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    • Feb 27, 2012
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      It's internet lag, not FPS lag.
    • Jun 23, 2010
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      You can try port forwarding? Idk if its actually gonna help tho, since I'm not a network nut :razz:

      Just Google port forward.
    • Mar 8, 2013
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      port-forwarding is usually for when you want to act as a server for something. doubt it would help
    • Feb 27, 2012
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      Port forwarding would not help. Just make sure you've got nothing running in the background, such as utorrent. Hopefully someone else tells him a bunch of stuff to run through, i'm too lazy.
    • Dec 30, 2006
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      Here's a list of suggestions....btw it's not on our end.

      Don't download porn while in a game.
      Don't torrent either because torrents create a big overhead for a consumer grade router.
      Check your cable/tele/satellite/cell/dialup modem signals and confirm they are within range...off range can mean packet loss and random timeouts here and there.
      Restart your internet devices.
      Are you gaming on wireless? If so, chop your hand off.
      If the previous question applies, are you on wireless B, G, N, AC?
      Check to see if any programs are using your internet.
      Check to see if your parents are streaming on adult cams for money.
      If you have a brother or sister.......you get the point. It's the same point.
      Log into you router and check the Client tables. Make sure all the private IPs are matched with a device that you own. Maybe Kyle is near your area and stealing bandwidth.

      Extremes:
      Format computer just so you can rule out any software/drivers
      Contact Faplo so he can break something else and you can worry about that instead of your ping. :S
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      • Apr 9, 2007
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        I would never Jeezery.
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