Quote: Originally Posted by M1GU31
Have you registed the game with steam? Also on my steam account I just keep it on auto login so I don't have to keep putting my password every time. Anyways if the game came with a activation key for steam you have to register it to the account. You click were it says games then click activate a product on steam and follow the directions to activate the key. Once it's registered it should come up as a retail key in your accounts list of licenses and subscributions. Steam should be able to scan for the games installation and give access now due to it knowing it is for that account. Now the game should be in your library of games in the steam client. I hope I'm helping some how, trying to not sound too confusing.
Sorry for late reply have been away for a bit.
Yes I originally registered with them quite a while ago and while it recognises my old email address that I can still get I cannot get a new password or any sense out them for that matter.
I have tried contacting them but they are probably on the starship Enterprise have the shields up and it is pretty poor service if you ask me but I suppose I could create another email account and reregister unless they recognise the activation code of course.
But I am wondering if it is worth all this grief. I am just a bit ticked off because I don't expect to go buy a car and then ask the dealer for permission to drive it.
I just want to play a simple game when I have a few spare moments and something different . This steam stuff is BS - still like I say they have got my money so "caveat emptor" eh?
So looks like I might have to borrow my sons flight sims for a bit.