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i am unable to play cs 1.6 with sxeInjected 11. Upon launching game it creates log file in cs installation folder with name sXe Injected.txt containing following text

2010/09/03 18:27:15 -  
2010/09/03 18:27:15 - ------------------
2010/09/03 18:27:15 - sXe-I dll starting
2010/09/03 18:27:15 - version: 11.0 (Fix 3)
2010/09/03 18:27:16 - x86 platform detected
2010/09/03 18:27:16 -    **** Driver Initialization
2010/09/03 18:27:16 -    **** Open success
2010/09/03 18:27:16 -    **** OGL started
2010/09/03 18:27:16 -    **** Link ready
2010/09/03 18:27:16 -    **** Image ready
2010/09/03 18:27:16 - Code altered, difference found
2010/09/03 18:27:16 - (ERROR) Image error

Game never starts if sxeInjected is open other wise it is working fine.

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This is a technical support question. While you are free to ask here, the sXe Injected forums might be a better place to ask. –  Macha Sep 3 '10 at 18:42
    
stackoverflow is pretty responsive, so I though I might get answer from here –  Ayaz Alavi Sep 3 '10 at 18:44
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It isn't a question of responsivity. There's a very big chance only people from sXe will be able to help. –  user56 Sep 3 '10 at 18:54
    
I got it fixed, see processorcores.blogspot.com/2009/01/… –  Ayaz Alavi Sep 3 '10 at 21:23

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I followed this blog here http://processorcores.blogspot.com/2009/01/sxe-injected-error-fixed.html. I already had CS1.6 installed therefore I skipped step 5.

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Whilst this may answer the question, it would be preferable to quote the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference. –  Jupotter Sep 11 '12 at 18:43

Try to install the CS1.6 again and if it doesn't work go to counter-strike.net for FAQ's. Or get another setup for reinstallation if possible.

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