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Anyone can give me CS:GO data of STEAM?

The Day Dreamer

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I will be having like real slow internet for next 3 months with decent ping.

Therefore I cannot download GO data then from Steam. Anyone can share the data(of majority size) with me from their steam?
 

sweenish

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How is this not a piracy request?

Anyone who shares it with you, you'd still have to download it. So I fail to see how your situation would change.

Or do you want someone mail you a thumb drive or DVD?

I'll wait for an answer before reporting.
 

The Day Dreamer

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I can show you my steam account with legit CS:GO if you want :)

Let me explain you my situation

I live in village for NGO teaching children project with like 512kbps Internet(which is considered super fast there).

I have got 4 Mbps right now at my city home.I don't know which file to download and take, and which to delete. I have 1 TB external.

Maybe I framed the question wrong. I wanted to know which files to download, if sharing a source to get it is not possible.

Sorry for messing up the question.
 

chimaxi83

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If you already have it downloaded on your machine, all the game files you need are in the steamapps folder.
 

cmdrdredd

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I can show you my steam account with legit CS:GO if you want :)

Let me explain you my situation

I live in village for NGO teaching children project with like 512kbps Internet(which is considered super fast there).

I have got 4 Mbps right now at my city home.I don't know which file to download and take, and which to delete. I have 1 TB external.

Maybe I framed the question wrong. I wanted to know which files to download, if sharing a source to get it is not possible.

Sorry for messing up the question.
Download it all and transfer it to your steamapps/common folder then let steam try to download and it will verify your files and say you have everything already.
 

Newbian

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Leave it running while you sleep and it will be fine or over a few days.

The problem is what would be the point as with such slow connection you won't be able to play it online?
 

cmdrdredd

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Leave it running while you sleep and it will be fine or over a few days.

The problem is what would be the point as with such slow connection you won't be able to play it online?
Yeah I dunno, I never had anything slower than 1.5Mbps DSL when I moved away from dialup.
 

Newbian

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Yeah I dunno, I never had anything slower than 1.5Mbps DSL when I moved away from dialup.
The nice thing about steam downloads is even if your connection craps out for a bit it will resume where it left off.
 

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