alfred-valve closed this Feb 15, 2013 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Once I get this issue fixed, I may just be running Ubuntu all the time! (Vista has caused me nothing but problems lately. Setting 1 is 32?:1-------Setting 2 is 16:1-------Setting 3 is 4:1 Setting 4 is 2:1-------Setting 5 is 4:3-------Setting 6 is 1:1 Setting 7 is 2:3-------Setting 8 is 1:2-------Setting 9 is 2:5 Setting the feeling is like i'm in middle of somewhere between Running (not using walk key) and Walking (using walk key) .. http://planetweb20.com/counter-strike/counter-strike-source-mic-issues.html
It tricks your monitor driver into acting as if the only refresh rate it can do is the one you decide to set in each resolution! Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. If your mouse only has PS/2 for an option, or if you did not feel comfortable overclocking the USB ports. A higher mouse rate means smoother cursor movement, and less latency. (the time between clicking or moving and your computer getting the instruction.) Here is a formula for mouse latency: 1000 https://steamcommunity.com/app/730/discussions/0/616187203917140400/
To use a really low mouse sensitivity you need to be able to move your mouse blazing fast at a moment's notice. I dont know if this relates but under my games section, It says CS:S preload is complete. If I could pin down and fix the issues, it would be one thing, but when you can't? If you are using 32-bit windows and can use the old Mouseware driver with a Logitech mouse you can access an advanced control panel that allows you to adjust game specific
idderf commented Feb 15, 2013 Movement and aim fixed in latest beta patch. Also make sure that you don't have any firewalls running, such as Comodo or windows. These are the 3 commands they add to their CS:S launch properties to be absolutely sure acceleration is disabled in the game. -noforcemspd -noforcemparms -noforcemaccel You can make these startup commands Use a graphics config and lower resolutions to get higher framerates.
Good job in that field Valve, but be more focused on main aspects now. All rights reserved. You won't have internet connectivity while in Safemode. 1. http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2471729 Any solutions I haven't tried are appreciated in here.
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Aug 1, 2007 #22 munch2477 TS Enthusiast Posts: 104 well seeing as the more fps the better, a 9.00 sucks. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1209210 Third, you can make a binding in Counter-Strike (and likely many other games) that has the exact same or better functionality than the ones designed into the mouse. AndreiRomania commented Feb 15, 2013 Not sure if stupid or just retarded. zootedMar 24, 2013, 1:15 PM bystander said: One unique quality of source games is they are OpenGl.
Chris TheAsian 48.639 weergaven 4:57 Meer suggesties laden... his comment is here Also make sure that your sound quality is set to low. One thing you will need to do is disable the in game steam friends chat (from the steam settings menu) as this always causes crashes. To get that ideal, use setting 6, turn off enhance pointer precision, and use a No Acceleration patch such as the CPL mousefix from Section 1.1.
Go HERE Are you having problems running a Dedicated Server without lag? Jun 15, 2007 #8 beef_jerky4104 Banned Posts: 822 Also I'd like to add that some programs block CS:S. Adjust in small amounts like +/- .005 and set to your preference. this contact form Do you like the new format better?
FPS are good but mouse movements makes the games unplayable. Second many manufacturers put the buttons in hard places to reach while playing. Click the drop down menu and it will show you all the settings your monitor can support at that resolution.
This is how many times per second your mouse is updating in windows. But it also means there is no way to reverse what you have done either. Last edited by Sugoi; 4 Sep, 2014 @ 1:37am #7 B. Make sure to separate different commands with a single space, and start each command with a - 1.8 - In-game console commands.
The steps below are the same for Windows 2000, XP, and XP 64-bit. Good Luck. So when you update firmware on a mouse make sure to follow the instructions, and do not shutdown your PC or unplug the mouse while the update is happening or you navigate here Both are a highly recommended read and were major inspiration for me to write my own guide about mice.
sanilmahambreFeb 28, 2013, 3:23 AM Neddy Kins said: As I have mentioned in the title it only happens in source games, so this is games like TF2, Garry's Mod, Half-Life, etc. So then other people with the same mouse you have can also try changing the weight of their mouse. 2.4 - Update mouse firmware. You might be able to force a custom refresh rate in your drivers, which would reduce tearing. Write this sensitivity down on the sheet.
I have also heard some players did not like the change and some couldn't tell the difference. I forgot about that, and I need it to utilize all of my RAM. but on 100fps everything feels SOO slow. +1 for beta not fixing it AndreiRomania commented Feb 15, 2013 The only way to fix this is by putting back the -NOFORCE commands Get Ad-Aware and clean your PC from spyware.
These are mostly fixable problems. If your computer loaded back up to regular windows try again and make sure you are not using a USB keyboard, either use a PS/2 adapter or turn on something called Steve-o .: Report post 9 years ago: Thanks for sharing. :Q 9/10 Mantra Mxmlln Offline Member Joined 10 years ago 39,663 points Ranked 104th Mxmlln Report post 9 years ago: Nice The reason is that changing a setting here can in no way make up for the dpi (resolution in counts per inch) a mouse has or doesn't have.