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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91. leroPosted: Apr 10th, 2008 - 12:16:37 am

92. FookPosted: Jun 3rd, 2008 - 7:56:47 am

got some serious problem with this program:
I'm runing winXp SP2 and i've already installed the Dot-Net-Framework using the link provided. [so i got dotnetV2.0]
But whenever i try to start GCFscape 1.6.7 an error is displayed that this software couldnt be started and needs to be reinstalled to work... however i deinstalled and reinstalled everything 3times by now (dotnet and gcfscape) but no change.

-> http://techwww.in.tu-clausthal.de/site/Personen/Fritzsche/gcf.png

is there any solution for this? thx.

93. NemPosted: Jun 5th, 2008 - 1:22:06 pm
What does the error message say in English?

94. KajanisPosted: Jun 8th, 2008 - 8:01:17 pm
Recently Valve has made some changes in NCF file structure.
Any prognoses about supporting this in future?

95. NemPosted: Jun 8th, 2008 - 11:50:23 pm
I wasn't aware of this Kajanis; if you have any of these newer .ncf files, please email them to me so I can examine them.

96. Pat4everPosted: Jun 9th, 2008 - 8:03:09 pm
When I try to open sound files in Half Life 2 it says vcd files have no default program associated with it.

97. NemPosted: Jun 10th, 2008 - 1:41:46 am
.vcd files are not audio files, you are looking for .wav and .mp3 files.

98. Pat4everPosted: Jun 13th, 2008 - 8:18:32 pm
But that's all there is in the sound folders.

99. NemPosted: Jun 13th, 2008 - 8:24:07 pm
What game are you looking for the sounds of?

100. Pat4everPosted: Jun 21st, 2008 - 2:03:53 am
Half Life 2.

101. NemPosted: Jun 21st, 2008 - 6:23:52 am
Look in "source sounds.gcf".

102. xanderPosted: Jul 7th, 2008 - 4:16:08 pm
Hi.. I just downloaded the gcf thing.. I were surfing on the internet for the boink sound in tf2 and then i found a boy at fpsbana that had a problem the same as mine.. He were told to search in the steam folder in program files..
I looked in the folder steam steamapps (My-user-name) team fortress 2 tf sounds... I were told to the vo file?? There is no vo file.. And by the way.. Why aint there any tutorials to gcfscape??sadbleeh

103. xanderPosted: Jul 7th, 2008 - 4:22:24 pm
BTW.. Sorry for my bad enlish.. Im from Denmark..:)viking

I have looked for that stupid dound for 2 months now...
I just want to make an sms tune..waaa

104. NemPosted: Jul 9th, 2008 - 9:47:19 pm
There is a bit of a tutorial here, but GCFScape is pretty simple and doesn't really need a tutorial. The sounds you are looking for are in team fortress 2 content.gcf under tf\sound.

105. xanderPosted: Jul 11th, 2008 - 11:14:14 am
I found the sound all.. Thanks alot:)apple

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