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It's been a busy afternoon here iterating, polishing and playtesting a blog post to commemorate Team Fortress' one hundredth update.As often happens, we emerged from thirty minutes of Valve Time, covered with bed sores and sporting full beards, to discover weeks had passed.I have this behavior on my Dad's old corrupt Windows XP computer (programs close without warning etc). Starting from today every time I start it up, it validates the steam cache files. One time I somehow managed to launch it, then my computer crashed because it was running to much stuff and now I can't get back on at all.
Do not run the verification process while performing other system-intensive processes, such as defragmenting your hard drive or scanning for viruses.GCF is a file format used by various Source games which essentially acts as a virtual hard disk for content; this file can suffer from internal fragmentation as files get changed and deleted, and this is the only kind of fragmentation Steam concerns itself with.The OS only deals with actual HDD fragmentation, which Steam has no knowledge about - for that to play a role, Steam would have to test file access times, which seems highly [email protected] Madsen Just because Steam has no knowledge of a problem does not mean the problem doesn't affect Steam and its decision to validate files. Well, I've installed Toonhud (which has an updater with customization) and now I want to delete it.
Help me on this one.) And, the most important question: What in the world could make my game have the HUD stick to me?
While we were out, somebody here shipped 19 more updates originally scheduled for release in 2008.