Why does my cs doesnt run in 32bit Tags: Configuration Windows 8 Last response: January 18, 2013 3:47 AM in Windows 8 Share triumpajhsis January 18, 2013 3:24:07 AM Hello, my old cs wont run in my windows 8 in 32bit .. pls help me More about : doesnt run 32bit DarkSable a b * Windows 8 January 18, 2013 3:47:39 AM I have no idea what cs is, but right click on it, select properties, select compatibility mode, and run it in compatibility mode. (Best bet would probably be windows XP.) m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Why doesn't GTA 4 does not runs properly in my PC. Forum Solvedwhy company in most wep does'nt show fbs(mhz)in monitor? Forum SolvedWhy doesn't my HDMI work on GPU and motherboard, but VGA does? Forum Solvedwhy doesnt winfows8 run in safe mode Forum SolvedWhy doesn't GTA 4 run well on my system? Forum SolvedWhy is my programs running in 32bit when my operation system is 64bit? Forum SolvedWhy does my Gtx 780 run at PCI 1.1 x16? Forum SolvedWhy does GTA IV look and run so bad? Forum SolvedWhy does my games run slow on idle Forum SolvedWhy my nfsmw (2005) doesn't run well in max resolution Forum SolvedWhy doesn`t my new computer run my Minecraft singleplayer-world as good as servers? Forum SolvedWhy does BF4 run so slow at low settings in my Laptop? Forum Solvedwhy does Crysis 3 causes cpu to run at almost 100% Forum SolvedMy gaming PC can run bf4 on ultra at 60 fps, but with minecraft shaders mod only 30-40 fps at most. Does anyone know why? Forum Solvedmy lenovo Y510p will not run swtor or tera, does anyone have an idea why? Forum Solvedwhy does my gtx 760 not run bf4 ultra with high frames Forum SolvedWhy does my reference GTX780 run a lot cooler than Tom's says it runs? Prioritize Temps or Power? Forum Solvedwhy does my memory / ram run at a reduced rate Forum Why does my computer doesn't show anything that is in my USB? Forum SolvedWhy does bf4 run so awfully with my setup? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 8 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !