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High ping in CSGO, on community servers only!

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Usually i play CSGO without any problems, until recently when i changed screen and then back to my old screen again. I know a screen doesnt cause lag but maybe it could´ve changed some settings automatically? I have no issues on matchmaking servers or a few community servers, but on most community servers i have 100+ ping (i have played on these specific servers many times without high ping) 

If anyone has an idea how to fix this, please help.

Thanks

I had the same problem actually, what helped me is:

1. Open cmd.exe

2. Type in 'ipconfig /release' without the quotes. (WARNING(1): That will cut your internet until step 3.; WARNING(2): If it didn't help without CS:GO on, turn it on and get on the server, then try it [i have no idea why that helped in my case])

3. After it's done, type in 'ipconfig /renew' without the quotes.

4. Wait for it to finish.

5. Try playing now.

Usually i play CSGO without any problems, until recently when i changed screen and then back to my old screen again. I know a screen doesnt cause lag but maybe it could´ve changed some settings automatically? I have no issues on matchmaking servers or a few community servers, but on most community servers i have 100+ ping (i have played on these specific servers many times without high ping) 

If anyone has an idea how to fix this, please help.

Thanks

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Usually i play CSGO without any problems, until recently when i changed screen and then back to my old screen again. I know a screen doesnt cause lag but maybe it could´ve changed some settings automatically? I have no issues on matchmaking servers or a few community servers, but on most community servers i have 100+ ping (i have played on these specific servers many times without high ping) 

If anyone has an idea how to fix this, please help.

Thanks

I would try prioritising cs:go packets on your network. If your internet is not great it could be the search for community servers is bogging your network down when you join one. 

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Usually i play CSGO without any problems, until recently when i changed screen and then back to my old screen again. I know a screen doesnt cause lag but maybe it could´ve changed some settings automatically? I have no issues on matchmaking servers or a few community servers, but on most community servers i have 100+ ping (i have played on these specific servers many times without high ping) 

If anyone has an idea how to fix this, please help.

Thanks

I had the same problem actually, what helped me is:

1. Open cmd.exe

2. Type in 'ipconfig /release' without the quotes. (WARNING(1): That will cut your internet until step 3.; WARNING(2): If it didn't help without CS:GO on, turn it on and get on the server, then try it [i have no idea why that helped in my case])

3. After it's done, type in 'ipconfig /renew' without the quotes.

4. Wait for it to finish.

5. Try playing now.

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thank yoooooooou!!

I had the same problem actually, what helped me is:

1. Open cmd.exe
2. Type in 'ipconfig /release' without the quotes. (WARNING(1): That will cut your internet until step 3.; WARNING(2): If it didn't help without CS:GO on, turn it on and get on the server, then try it [i have no idea why that helped in my case])
3. After it's done, type in 'ipconfig /renew' without the quotes.
4. Wait for it to finish.
5. Try playing now.

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