About GCFScape - NemPosted: Jan 2nd, 2004 - 4:16:14 pm

GCFScape is an explorer like utility that enables users to browse Half-Life packages and extract their contents. GCFScape supports .bsp, .gcf, .ncf, .pak, .sga, .vpk, .wad and .xzp packages and runs independently of Steam.



  • Supports .bsp, .gcf, .ncf, .pak, .sga, .vpk, .wad and .xzp packages.
  • Explorer like interface for viewing package contents.
  • Extract any file or folder within a package.
  • Shell execute (preview) any file within a package.
  • Validate any file or folder within a package.
  • Defragment .gcf files.
  • Search for files within a package.
  • Configurable columns.
  • Recent package menu.
  • 100% Free.
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61. OskyldigPosted: Nov 1st, 2006 - 12:47:25 pm
Super, will do Nem <3

62. paratoModified: Nov 2nd, 2006 - 9:44:16 pm
Howdy there guys, I have a huge problem and I had this for a long period but cant find any answers. Here is the deal, Im playing counter-strike but get this "Your map differs from the server". I can play the map but not after a steam restart. And everytime is diferent map that gets screwed, sometimes its dust2 and another time its inferno and nuke. Here is the list of what I have tryed to do about the problem:

- Reinstaling steam
- Reinstaling the whole PC
- Removed and redownloaded the GCF
- Defraged the GCF cach
- Got a new harddrive

And non of this have helped me. I have tryed to search for an answer around the internet but I only cant find one stuppid answer "Remove the map and download" But how the hell can I remove a file thats inside the GCF! So at the moment Im screwed and there is no one that know the right think to do. I would be really happy if any of you guys could help me. thanks alot

63. daniyalnawazPosted: Nov 3rd, 2006 - 4:02:14 pm
im also getting this error ("the file map is too small for it's data block")... i downloaded Steam with CS from the following address...


64. NemPosted: Nov 3rd, 2006 - 5:43:30 pm
Sorry man, but I can't help you (wouldn't know where to start). All I can say is that you can't remove files from within a GCF file (see the FAQ for a more in depth answer). You should contact Valve for more help.

The error message means that your GCF file has been truncated somewhere after the header (i.e. the end of the file is missing). Try deleting the GCF file, Steam should redownload it.

65. The ManPosted: Nov 4th, 2006 - 11:24:34 pm
Hi, starting from (i think) 1.51 gcfscape cant seem to read pak files correctly.

Instead of showing folders with files in it, it shows the file with the folder as part of the filename.

I cant extract files becuase "/" isnt allowed in the filename for windows and it confuses windows because of that.

I've checked it against my old half-life paks and homemade paks made through pakscape and neither work.

66. NemPosted: Nov 5th, 2006 - 11:38:11 am
Not sure where this crept in, but it's a small typo in HLLib's path construction. I've fixed it and the fix will be in v1.6.0 which I will be releasing in the next few days.
Thanks! apple

67. Ay2daLoPosted: Nov 23rd, 2006 - 9:06:07 pm

68. blackdozePosted: Dec 22nd, 2006 - 7:18:52 am
I also have such a error w my counter-strike.gcf, half-life.gcf
and as previously said it prints "Invalid file: the file map is too small for its data blocks"
counter-strike.gcf - 350 Mb, half-life.gcf - 420 Mb
I've downloaded 'em from ftp://ftp.clicknetgames.ro/download/HL/Steam/SteamInstall_CS.exe

69. blackdozePosted: Dec 22nd, 2006 - 7:42:33 am
It's clear. I don't need an answer. Sorry!

70. zdeppPosted: Dec 30th, 2006 - 12:27:13 pm
Ok I'm having the same problem that blackdoze had but unfortunately for me its not so clear what to do because I'm not so computer savy. I have the same error message and I just want to know how to fix it. I downloaded it from http://games.softpedia.com/progDownload/Counter-Strike-Download-427.html
any help i can get is appreciated, thanks

71. NemPosted: Dec 30th, 2006 - 11:01:30 pm
I'll look into it when I get back from vacation...

72. the_chillPosted: Jan 18th, 2007 - 1:48:48 am
Hello i got the problem a lot of my gcfs like half-life.gcf or condition zero.gcf are incomplete. What shoud I do?

73. BluefangPosted: Jan 18th, 2007 - 12:49:09 pm
Well, first of all, make sure that they are fully downloaded and updated. You can check that by running Steam and looking in the 'My Games' tab. You can also go in to the game's properties and in the 'Local Files' tab you can verify their integrity.

There are also (last time I checked) a handful of files in some of the GCF files that don't actually exist. These are normal. For example, files for the 64-bit version aren't downloaded on 32-bit systems.

74. StinoPosted: Jan 21st, 2007 - 2:20:45 am
i'm able to extract the bmp's from a bsp file of my clanmap to change some sponsors, but how am i'm able again to put them back into the bsp (cs 1.6) becouse bspzip is only for source and i don't know any other program wich is able of doing this

75. NemPosted: Jan 21st, 2007 - 1:58:45 pm
You can't; at least not that I know of. shrug

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