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Steam ID converter not finding my Steam account name.

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raven8288    0

Hello,

I am having issues with the Steam ID converter not finding my Steam ID. I have checked to ensure that I am putting the correct Steam ID in the field and it still says that it cannot be found. I have included screencaps of the issue and my steam account name. Could anyone help me out?[/font][attachment=1457][attachment=1458][attachment=1459][attachment=1460]

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Masulii    24

Check the url of the page on the top (.http://steamcommunity.com/id/XXXXX)

Your name is in the XXXX or it can be the SteamID straight away

Edit: Put the dot to the beginning of the url because otherwise it was a link

Edit2x: not the GUID, the SteamID *derp*

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raven8288    0

Check the url of the page on the top (.http://steamcommunity.com/id/XXXXX)

Your name is in the XXXX or it can be the GUID straight away

Edit: Put the dot to the beginning of the url because otherwise it was a link

You da man!!! Worked like a charm. Thanks!!

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Owen    13

OK then looks like this has been sorted out.

/solving.

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I too am having this issue, I typed my ID in and got someone elses account.

Have you tried the fix on this thread?

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Griss8404    0

Yea sorry I was having a hard time understanding whathe meant, realized after I posted and was unable to delete post due to Forum Bambiness

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MistikRaven    4

I've read the previous posts, I'm also having the same troubles. Where do I find ".http://steamcommunity.com/id/XXXXX" that you speak of? I'm so lost :(

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Check the url of the page on the top (.http://steamcommunity.com/id/XXXXX)

Your name is in the XXXX or it can be the SteamID straight away

Edit: Put the dot to the beginning of the url because otherwise it was a link

Edit2x: not the GUID, the SteamID *derp*

Thank you dude, you just saved an idiots ass!

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