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Pigfat wrote:I didn't get it at all, but I am getting is where the minigun won't stop spinning, when that happens, I can't even change weapons...
Paaaat wrote:Pigfat wrote:I didn't get it at all, but I am getting is where the minigun won't stop spinning, when that happens, I can't even change weapons...
Do you have any scripts that would include the terms "+attack", meaning that you will constantly attack until the term "-attack" is entered into console. Sometimes it can get stuck and won't stop attacking, therefore you'll need to type -attack into console to fix it.
Vangalorr wrote:Earlier this evening I got kicked off with an error message that my map version differed from the server, even though I had played that map the preceding evening. After the error it now won't let me back into TF2, I keep getting an error saying:
"The game is unavailable.
Please try again at another time"
Anybody else experienced this?
I still get the error after restarting steam several times, verifying the game cache and several reboots. Deleting clientregistry.blob did nothing.
Interestingly, I also can't load HL2 as it opens a window as if it's checking the integrity of game files which then closes almost immediately. I can however load both Ep1 & Ep2.
Vista Home Premium 64
AnouC wrote:NOD32 antivirus caused the unavailable game message for me, need to add steam to its exceptions.
Pigfat wrote: 1. Exit and restart Steam
2. If the issue persists, exit Steam and rename the ClientRegistry.blob and restart Steam
3. If renaming the clientregistry.blob file does not resolve the issue, please exit Steam and delete everything under the Steam installation directory except Steam.exe, the ClientRegistryOld.blob, and the /SteamApps folder - this will force Steam to update when you log in
4. If the issue persists, please see the Verifying GCF Cache Files article for instructions to repair your game cache files.
5. If this issue is only happening on a third party non-Valve game, please try launching the game's .exe directly from its installation folder: C:\Program Files\Steam\SteamApps\Common\<Game Title>. You may also try other .exe's such as Launcher.exe in the game folder to see if a different error message is found.
6. This error could also be caused by having certain Steam files set to Read Only. To resolve this:
* Exit Steam.
* Navigate to the directory where you installed Steam. (Typically C:\Program Files\ or C:\Program Files\Valve\.)
* Right-click on the Steam folder.
* Select Properties.
* Check the Read-Only checkbox and press Apply.
* Uncheck the Read-Only checkbox and press Apply.
7. Disable all background applications, including Anti-Virus software and Firewalls.
8. Double-check your router configuration to make sure that it is properly configured for Steam. If bypassing the router by connecting directly to your Cable/DSL modem allows the game to work correctly, then please consult the Using a Router with Steam topic for more detailed instructions on configuring your router.
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