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Not to be an ass or anything, but those GCF's only hold the 2004 content from HL2's release. There's still a few maps/other files missing.I don't know, it could be my fault for not using the same PC that i did in 2004. I would suggest also extracting the "Half-life 2 2007 base content" as it holds the missing maps etc, that WILL be needed to play the entire HL2 story line. But i could be terribely wrong
My GCF's still have all the pre-update map files. I didn't suggest backing up the 2007 content as it would not be compatible with SMOD.
Quote from: Onemanshow on March 31, 2013, 05:24:57 PMMy GCF's still have all the pre-update map files. I didn't suggest backing up the 2007 content as it would not be compatible with SMOD.Hm, well you're lucky then. My GCF's dont have them anymore. I guess it's related to my recent system reinstall... But as far as i remember, didn't the SMOD 40/a fix have the maps included?
I don't think it has been relaunched, still got all my .gcfs, maybe someone else knows more.
It's a go...Here is the expected schedule for the conversion of Source engine games to SteamPipe:Day of Defeat: Source: already happenedHalf-life 2: Deathmatch: Wednesday, April 3 (DAY AFTER TOMORROW)Counter-Strike: Source: Tuesday, April 16Team Fortress 2: Tuesday, April 23You gotta love steam, phew!!! well that's ok wont ever let my steam folder touch the internet game to keep things the way I like. Will just create another steam folder for my other games.
Got some good news: The SteamPipe files of HL2: Deathmatch are still compatible with SMOD. Even the new map "halls3" works with it. Hopefully the SteamPipe version of CS:S follows suit.I'll add a install tutorial for the SteamPipe HL2: Deathmatch shortly.