Error Steam

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Stirb Iuliu

Try reinstalling Steam.

In addition you can download steam.dll (sharing programs, dc++ etc.)
 
May 7, 2008
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I am clever :thumb::thumb:

Let's try this than
Write this down if you need to

1. Reboot Windows into safe mode
This can be done by pressing F8 before the windows logo
2. Once you are into safe mode, access your control panel,
go into Add/Remove Programs and un-install comletly.
All games you have installed also.
3. Do a virus scan- please do this. Especially while your in Safe-Mode
4. Upon completion of 3. Reboot Windows and download your steam app.
http://www.steampowered.com/v/index....steamnow&cc=CA
5. Install steam

It should then update when you open steam.exe
and bring you to the login area

Hope this works.
 

James Yates

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All you needed to do was to reinstall steam... from that screenshot i can see that most of the files aren't there so that would be all you needed to do.
 

Jose Ferreira

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Please I need help

I don't know why the in my GTR Evo, on Steam I right click on the GTR Evo and go to (view my update) the date is ( updated in December 31 1969, and I think when is 1969 there was no Steam no that time, do anyone know how can I change the date?

I already have updated so many times the Steam but is still the same thing
 
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Daniel Hartmann

I don't know why the in my GTR Evo, on Steam I right click on the GTR Evo and go to (view my update) the date is ( updated in December 31 1969, and I think when is 1969 there was no Steam no that time, do anyone know how can I change the date?

I already have updated so many times the Steam but is still the same thing
They just messed this thing up, it is only a minor issue and nothing to worry about. You can't change it, as it is part of a notification from steam servers. But hey you have to see it this way: GTR Evo is like red wine, getting better year by year. :becky:
I suppose they just forgot to set the date, so it's 31st Dec 1969, although most computer systems start with 1st Jan 1970 by default.
 
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Rocco Uder

I am clever :thumb::thumb:

Let's try this than
Write this down if you need to

1. Reboot Windows into safe mode
This can be done by pressing F8 before the windows logo
2. Once you are into safe mode, access your control panel,
go into Add/Remove Programs and un-install comletly.
All games you have installed also.
3. Do a virus scan- please do this. Especially while your in Safe-Mode
4. Upon completion of 3. Reboot Windows and download your steam app.
http://www.steampowered.com/v/index....steamnow&cc=CA
5. Install steam

It should then update when you open steam.exe
and bring you to the login area

Hope this works.

You could have just deinstalled and reinstalled it, why the safe mode?