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    Default Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    Pre - Install the Patch (Select your "Counter Strike Source" Folder properly)
    1. Install X-Fire
    2. It will automatically Detect most installed games
    3. If CSS is not detected, Go to Tools > Options > Games double click on NOT-INSTALLED, from the games list



    Thats it !

    If you did not make any mistakes, it should work out fine, and your XFire profile will be updated soon. It is not instant.

    Let me know if you face problems.

    Credits - Patch created by FTI from DigitalZone
    [ Official Release Thread ]


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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    Nice, now, please figure out a way for 1.6, please. =\\
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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    well, for us, who use garena, would xfire be better??

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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    xfire ki :S

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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    xfire is good for cod.. but gg is a better option..
    http://banglagamer.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=19&dateline=1231856079

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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    GG is obviously better

    GG and xFire are 2 different things actually. xFire is there for a long time and specializes in in-game communication, etc, while GG specializes in VPN, tunnelings features.




    Here is how it looks, when I would be playing a game



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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    Umm, so can't we use both at once?
    Australian-I feel for ya bro gaming on a piece of crap you should be twice as good at any game you play. Thats really really a scary thought. Part of me does not want you to get a new rig.

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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    Haven't tried. You should be able to.


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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    Well, dekhi, and around September, Zip should be all god again with it's new upgrades, then we can play properly, and it'll be Source around Dhaka then so good, now 1.6 ruling.
    Australian-I feel for ya bro gaming on a piece of crap you should be twice as good at any game you play. Thats really really a scary thought. Part of me does not want you to get a new rig.

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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    September a zip thik hobe ke bollo tomake? Office a gesila oder?

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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    yeah, gesilo mone hoi.. he always has good infos for everyone..
    ne ways, dc er server e kalke ebar emnei try dilam.. 996 latency.. lolz..
    but i still killed someone..
    http://banglagamer.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=19&dateline=1231856079

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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    Umm, Babu bhai told me it should up and running in a month, the wireless thing. =D. Lol. Anyway, what's his problem? Ajob, I should know about my ISP, shouldn't I?
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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    yeah like slowing down ur torrent port..lolz..
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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    not slowing down, half-blocking

    if zip wants to fix their whole deal.. its gonna cost them a lot of cash. its not feasible to do so. why would they do it ? does high ping slow down download speeds ? nope it doesnt.

    only a few customers complain about ping, etc..


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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    Quote Originally Posted by TE.SenSeiFAR View Post
    Umm, Babu bhai told me it should up and running in a month, the wireless thing. =D. Lol. Anyway, what's his problem? Ajob, I should know about my ISP, shouldn't I?
    The thing is we r not using wireless. So whats with the wireless thingy?

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    LOL ... xfire ... i tried that long time ago ... when i played fifa 07 with raheel ... hamachi diye fifa kheltam ... and xfire diye fifa er moddhe chat kortam! moja chilo onek ... fifa er moddhe chat korte partam .. but xfire diye to tokhon original cd chara kono game khela jaito na ... so oi soft pore r try kori nai ... GG er tech ta chorom ... coz ora country er sobar vpn kore dae ... hamachi vpn kore thik e but kemne jani oder server e or sumthin like that ( i am so noob at this ja jani tai koilam )

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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    They are upgrading to wireless, ki ki jani bollo Babu bhai.
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    Default Re: Make X-Fire Compatible with CSS/BDGaming Server

    Upgrading from fiber to wireless. Thats lame. In other word its downgrade

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    LOL! Yes, I just thought about it, damn that's even worse for gaming. =|
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    what iz x fire actually.....


    ata setup kore lav ta ki....
    css to narmally kheli.....
    kono jhamela nai....
    so x fire diye ki kaj....
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