"Both the “left” and the “right” pretend they have the answer, but they are mere flippers on the same thalidomide baby, and the truth is that neither side has a clue."
- Jim Goad
but nothing except in the 'required system specs'.
However, I WASN'T aware that to keep Steam in offline mode, I would have to disconnect my DSL modem and actually go as far as to remove my network in windows
and then never dare put it back or else the next time I run Steam, it reverts to online mode and attempts to connect (Whether the modem is on or not).
Somebody page Riley...I have been summoned. LOL
Why didn't you just right click on your network adapter and select "disable"?He may not be using Windows XP. Half-Life 2 doesn't require it according to the system requirements.
This thread is gonna bring out all the whiners, babies, idiots and morons.
I for one didn't realize Steam was embedded/ Binded into
the product and the game engine. I
I have been summoned. LOL
Nin, you know that doesn't work. All evidence of a connection, including the wiring itself, has to be removed from the PC to prevent Steam from trying to log in.