HLSS non-steam CSS

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  1. zetsuya
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    i watched and searched for lots of tutorials but they were all steam. i have a cracked file and the files aren't really in the same place.I've played with people who have it so i know its possible. anyways im sure i can figure it out if someone can tell me is setting up hlss on steam the same as non-steam? if not, where do i have do go? thats all and thanks for your help.
     
  2. Lee79

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    Open steam then the "Games" menu at the top click "Add non-steam game to My Games list..".
    A list will Pop up with all the games and software installed on the computer. Check the Box for the game and it will be added. If it is not in the list click "Browse" search for the games launcher in C:/Program files/..... if you use Windows.
     
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    Wrong?
    If you're following the tutorial on HLSS, use the folder where CS:S is installed to.
     
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    umm i use vista:P and im still on the hlss3.0 step sry
     
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    Not important?
    Its the folder where CS:S is installed to, because its Non-steam.

    For example, where does your shortcut to launch it lead to?
     
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    "C:\Program Files\Counter-Strike Source\hl2.exe" -game cstrike"?
     
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    Then set the path instead of \steamapps\username\counter-stirke source to
    C"\program files\counter-strike source\
    I'm pretty sure that'll work