On Nov 15, 5:05 pm, "Mike Wiggins" <wigg...@xxxxxx> wrote:
> Don't know if this applies to 64-bit, but I had the same problem on an XP
> and Vista machine so I'm thinking it's a Steam problem. The solution I found
> is to delete ClientRegistry.blob from the Steam folder.
> "Dave" <D...@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> >I am running Vista 64 bit Home Premium edition. Whenever I try to start
> > of my Steam games, the update for Steam gets to 26% and says that two
> > copies
> > of Steam are open (which they are not), and lets me go no further. I have
> > never had any problems before, why has this just happened? I tried
> > rebooting, and had seen some posts about a Vista update for a malicious
> > spyware removal tool that may have something to do with it. Any ideas??- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
This happened to me also around the same time 11/14 or so, I'm running
Tried changing compatability mode and restarted but it didn't work.
Also steam is not set to automatically start and UAC is deactivated
I totally agree that it's a steam problem but I really dobt that they
know what it is.
Last time it happened the problem magically ended up fixing itself and
I was able to login again about 5 days later.
Finally got an email from steam support say that they noticed I was
logining in again and if they could closed the incident.
Going to try deleting ClientRegistry.blob as was suggested above.