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If you are using steam and you need to open it to play it, just open steam and go to libraryand click Counter Strike and hit Play. If you want to navigate to the page it's in either program files/steam/steamapps/(steamusername) or files/steam/steamapps/common If you installed it from disk it would be under program files/sierra If you illegally pirated it it's probably waiting in your downloads folder to be installed
first off all if you want to play through internet then put firewall off.. After that try to make game your own. then wait for players.. After that refresh list and players will come online. Then play,,
If you cannot switch your weapon to the right-hand, please go to your advanced video options and change the renderer to either OpenGL or Direct3D. The software renderer does not support right-handed models.
You can select left or right-handed models by typing the following command into the Console:
To use your left-hand: cl_righthand 0
To use your right-hand: cl_righthand 1
You may wish to create a userconfig.cfg file with the cl_righthand 0 command if you would like to keep the left-handed setting. Please follow these instructions to create a user.cfg file:
Locate the subfolder in your game folder that holds the config.cfg file For example, you can find the config.cfg file for Counter-Strike at [Steam installation directory]\steamapps\[your Steam account name]\counter-strike\cstrike\config.cfg
Create a new text file in that directory called userconfig.cfg
Open the file with Notepad and enter cl_righthand 1 (to use the right-handed model) or cl_righthand 0 (to use the left-handed model)