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PostSubject: Left 4 Dead 2 - 2009   Sat Apr 02, 2011 11:24 am

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Review Score: 9.0 | Release Date: Nov 17, 2009


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Problem #1: Left 4 Dead 2 ( L4D2) can’t run / play after install

Possible Solution:
If you are running Vista or Win7, L4D2 requires Steam Service.
L4D2 has components that require the installation rights Steam Service provides.
If you are seeing ‘Incomplete Installation’ with a number that is NOT 35, fixing the Steam Service may repair the problem. Error 35 is associated with network connectivity.
Ways to tell there may be a problem:

* Right Click ‘Computer’ in explorer and then ‘Manage’.
- Expand Services and Applications
- Select Services
- Look for ‘Steam Client Service’.
- If it is running when Steam is not, there is a problem.
- If it not running and Steam is, there is a problem.
* If the file in \Common Files\Steam\SteamService.exe has a different time/size than \bin\SteamService.exe, there is a problem.
(Note: For 64 bit OS, the Program Files will be the (x86) version.)
(Note: Steam can be installed wherever you choose, but the service will almost always be on C:\…)


To Fix (First Try)

* Exit Steam
* Open a ‘Command Prompt’ (cmd.exe if you are using ‘Run…’ from the start menu)
* Run: “c:\Program Files\Steam\bin\SteamService.exe” /repair
* Note: Change “c:\Program Files” to wherever you have steam installed. For a 64 bit OS the default would be: “c:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\bin\SteamService.exe” /repair
* Start Steam


To Fix (If that didn’t work)

* Exit Steam
* Delete the file:
32 bit Windows: “c:\Program Files\Common Files\Steam\SteamService.exe”
64 bit Windows: “c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Steam\SteamService.exe”
* Restart Steam


To Fix (at your own risk)

* Exit Steam
* Kill SteamService.exe from the task manager
* Copy the version from \Bin into \Common Files\Steam
* Restart Steam


To Fix (Safer, or if the above doesn’t work)

* Exit Steam
* Open the Control Panel
* Open ‘Programs and Features’
* Right Click on ‘Steam’ and select ‘Repair’
* This operation can take awhile.





Problem #2: Left 4 Dead 2 ( L4D2) won’t install properly / get’s an error message, ” incomplete installation (35) “ while installing

Solution #1:
If you get this error “Incomplete Installation (35)”, make sure your firewall allows outbound TCP connections to port 27019.
The server port for this system has been changed to 27031, which is used by other services and should improve the reliability of this connection, as it should already be open in any firewall that supports steam.
We do not expect this change to solve all of these problems, but should help for some.
There is a new Steam Client Beta, if you are still having the Incomplete Installation(35) problem, please try it.
If it does not solve the problem please PM me your account name, operating system and type of internet connection.



Problem #3: Left 4 Dead 2 ( L4D2) Crashes / Freezes / stutters / runs very slow / slow framerate during gameplay / while playing

Possible Solution #1:
Turn off multicore rendering

Possible Solution #2:
I use mat_queue_mode 0 in console and it fixes everything

Possible Solution #3:
OS Paged pool memory fix. Readme enclosed. Has been downloaded 2378 times so far and only good responses. Wins XP only.

Possible Solution #4:
If you have an NVidia graphics card and are still experiencing hitches please try installing their beta driver version 195.39.



Problem #4: Left 4 Dead 2 ( L4D2) will quit / crash to desktop ( CTD ) during gameplay

Possible Solution #1:

* Close Steam
* Go To ..\steam\steamapps
* Delete left 4 dead 2 client.ncf
* Delete left 4 dead 2 common.ncf
* Restart Steam
* Right-click L4D2 and Install
* Let it sort itself out.


Possible Solution #2:

1. RightClick on L4D2 and click on properties
2. Click on “Set Launch Options…”
3. Type the following “-lv” and hit ok
4. Play the game but be jarateed that you don’t have your gore anymore but hay it works.





Problem #5: Every time the map changes, performance for people with multicore ATI GPUs on 64-bit OS’s drop to unplayable levels

Possible solution #1:
Alt-tab out of game, then back in
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