Counter Strike 1.6 SteamCMD Server Crash Fix [GUIDE]
A number of my readers have brought to my notice that the a Counter Strike Server created using the SteamCMD is prone to crash after the first launch. After finally being able to re-create the problem, I have come up with a solution.
Step 1: Download the HLDSCrashFix.bat file and place it into the folder containing the hlds.exe file of your Counter Strike Server.
Step 2: Run HLDSCrashFix.bat, a Command Prompt window will open that is now going to launch your Counter Strike Server in Console mode.
Step 3: Your Counter-Strike Server should now be functioning normally, if you do not find the Console mode comfortable you may close the Command Prompt window first and then type “quit” in the Console. Now run your Server using the hlds.exe file and your server should start without crashing.
The advantage of this method is that if you keep the Command Prompt window open, your Counter Strike Server will automatically re-start if it crashes. Hence this method is great if you keep your Server running unattended for long periods of time.
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