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* Read the SDK Release Notes for the information about the current Source SDK release.
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If you're experiencing an issue not covered in the [[Source SDK FAQ]], try looking for help in the following places:
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== Additional help on the VDC wiki ==
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* Read the [[Source SDK Release Notes]] for information about the current [[Source SDK]] release.
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* For mapping related problems, you may find your answer in the [[:Category:Level Design FAQ|Level Design FAQ]] or [[:Category:Level Design|Category:Level Design]].
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* For source-code specific issues, refer to the [[SDK Known Issues List]].
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* Try reading through answered questions at the [[Help Desk]] and the [[Answered Help Desk Questions]] page.
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* Search for any mention of your problem at either one of these pages: [[Source SDK Bugs]], [[Source SDK SE2 Bugs]], [[Source SDK Known Issues]].
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* [[Reset the Source SDK Game Configuration|Reseting your SDK game configuration]] might help to fix your problem.
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* If you still cannot solve your issue, you may wish to [[Reinstall the Source SDK installation|reinstall the Source SDK]].
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== Help outside the VDC ==
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* [http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=192 The Source SDK Forums] are a great way to help get answers to problems you encounter. Alternatively, check out the [http://www.chatbear.com/board.plm?b=390 older forums (VERC)].
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* When posting on the support forums, the following pieces of information can be useful:
 
* When posting on the support forums, the following pieces of information can be useful:
 
** What operating system you're using.
 
** What operating system you're using.
 
** What video card you're using (and in the case of multiple video cards, all of the video cards you're using).
 
** What video card you're using (and in the case of multiple video cards, all of the video cards you're using).
 
** Which video drivers you're using.
 
** Which video drivers you're using.
** Anytime compiling or running a map is involved in the problem, provide the complete contents of the Hammer Editor compile Process Window in your message.  
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** Anytime compiling or running a map is involved in the problem, provide the [[Process Window copying|complete contents of the Hammer Editor compile process window]] in your message.  
 
** This information isn't always required, but it can really speed up the problem resolution when all information is available.
 
** This information isn't always required, but it can really speed up the problem resolution when all information is available.
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== Source Modding Communities ==
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Communities such as the Source Modding Community Discord server are a great place to get help with creating mods.
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If you're experiencing an issue not covered in the Source SDK FAQ, try looking for help in the following places:

Additional help on the VDC wiki

Help outside the VDC

  • When posting on the support forums, the following pieces of information can be useful:
    • What operating system you're using.
    • What video card you're using (and in the case of multiple video cards, all of the video cards you're using).
    • Which video drivers you're using.
    • Anytime compiling or running a map is involved in the problem, provide the complete contents of the Hammer Editor compile process window in your message.
    • This information isn't always required, but it can really speed up the problem resolution when all information is available.

Source Modding Communities

Communities such as the Source Modding Community Discord server are a great place to get help with creating mods.