Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Mark Guy, Mar 3, 2011.
Does anybody know if there is a problem with Steam as I can't seem to get in???
working fine here, try rebooting your pc, i fthat doesnt work delete the 2 blob files in your steam directory.
My work fine too
Steam's working fine here. (btw, what does Steam have to do with Sim Racing Hardware?)
Thanks guys for the feedback, all seems to be working correctly now. still not sure why I could not login to Steam.
Steam sux, i bought the dvd to avoid steam issues such as this ...its available at amazon for about $40 bucks, i got mine for $30 3 weeks ago...
There's nothing that 'sux' about Steam, I've been using it for years and not a single issue all that time. No fiddling with DVDs that can break or get lost :wink:
I was talking to a guy the other day, steam had lost his entire profile when he contacted support they researched it and couldn't find his profile on their servers at all he had to start a new 1....like the Brits say.... bullocks to steam!!!
I personally think Steam is great. Of course one or two people are gonna have problems, and some people don't like Valve's dominance in the digital market, but the reason is they offer the best solution to gamers.
Nothing wrong with it IMO
Unless that guys profile was only a couple of days old, there is no way possible that his profile could not be found. Steam as well as so many other companies keep constant backups of all their databases. This would make it easy to recover anyone's profile should it get "lost".
Ditto. Not a single bad experience in the last 4 years.
If rFactor was available on Steam, I would've bought it years ago
What really sux is that when you buy a game on dvd or cd rom with the anticipation to play right away, you install it and during the install you have register an account with steam to play the game...I don't want to have to sign in to steam to play, or be solicited about the other games they want you to buy through steam...What if i want to play the game offline only, or don't have an internet connection, with steam games you cant!!!
Better get your facts straight, yes you can.
Well if you're one of the few left around who don't have an internet connection, then you won't be able to use Steam anyhow. If you happen to have no internet connection when you want to play a game, you surely can play offline.
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