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By. 3:32 pm, July 25, 2012. Macs can be used for serious gaming, mmmkay? Steam, the online computer gaming portal, keeps track of what hardware its players are using to access the many games in its service. Of interest in the exhaustive list of specs is the fact that 49.46 percent of Mac gamers on Steam game on a Macbook Pro. Which makes sense, of course, as that’s a pretty powerful laptop.
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From there, we see the iMac coming in at 28 percent, plain-jane MacBooks garnering 9.49 percent, and the MacBook Air, my personal machine, used by 6.29 percent of Mac Steam gamers. The MacBook Pro and MacBook Air both rose in the hardware charts, with an increase of.44 and.89 percent, respectively. Another interesting note is that a 58 percent majority of Mac gamers on Steam have 4 Gb of RAM, while a large minority of 28 percent have 5 Gb or more of RAM memory. I’d have thought that it’d have been switched, of course, as RAM does affect the playability of a great many games, though not as much as the RAM in individual video cards does. Speaking of video cards, there’s a long list of them being used in Macs to play Steam games, with (obviously) Intel HD Graphics and the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M topping the list at 17 and almost 12 percent, respectively. Below those two, however, ATI and NVIDIA cards top the charts all the way down, with nary an Intel card on the list until the bottom. What OS are Mac gamers using to blast aliens and solve puzzles?
Mainly Lion (10.7.4 at 49 percent) and Snow Leopard (10.6.8 at 31 percent), of course. Apparently, not a lot of folks are playing games if they’re not updated to the latest OS version. Both those numbers are 64 bit versions, as well. The largest number of Mac Steam gamers are using the standard 2 CPUs, as measured by Valve, with only a few outliers using more. Most of the Mac players have a microphone and most speak English, both of which reflect the larger Steam numbers as a whole.
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What I sent to Steam Support.Can anyone help me? When I try to download Steam for Mac, it will get to about 12k of 49k kb's then a message says 'Steam needs to be online to update. Please confirm your network connection and try again.'
My DSL internet is not disconnecting or anything, so I'm not sure why it keeps doing this. What could be the problem? I don't have any firewalls on. Steam downloaded on my Windows 7 laptop, so I'm pretty sure it couldn't be a port problem? I tried deleting the 'registry.vdf' file and that did not work either.
I'm on wireless, so I plugged in an ethernet cable and that did not work either. I planned on buying a lot of games, but doesn't look like I'll be able to.
=/ Console Message said this. 4/2/12 1:55:19 AM 0x0-0x2a22a2.com.valvesoftware.steam2440 ILocalize::AddFile failed to load file 'public/steambootstrapperenglish.txt'. 4/2/12 1:55:19 AM 0x0-0x2a22a2.com.valvesoftware.steam2440 SteamUpdater: Error: Download of package (stringsall) failed after 0 bytes (200).
4/2/12 1:55:19 AM 0x0-0x2a22a2.com.valvesoftware.steam2440 SteamUpdater: Error: Steam needs to be online to update. Please confirm your network connection and try again. 4/2/12 1:55:19 AM com.apple.launchd.peruser.50188 (0x0-0x2a22a2.com.valvesoftware.steam2440) Exited with exit code: 7 I am on a iMac with Mac OS X - Version 10.6.8 I tried downloading the english.txt and placing it in the package folder, but that did not work either.
When I do this. Open a Finder window and browse to the following location: /Users/username/Library/Application Support/Steam/config/ Double-click config.vdf to open it using TextEdit. The only thing found in the Steam folder is. There is no config or config.vdf It is explained later that it does not show up because I am a first time user.
Afterwards, I copy and pasted this into Terminal. 'cd / cd Applications cd Steam.app cd Contents cd MacOS./steam.sh' When I copied and pasted it and hit enter it automatically started Updating Steam, like it would if I clicked on the Steam icon. In the Terminal window it showed this. ILocalize::AddFile failed to load file 'public/steambootstrapperenglish.txt'. SteamUpdater: Error: Download of package (stringsall) failed after 0 bytes (200).
SteamUpdater: Error: Steam needs to be online to update. Please confirm your network connection and try again. It gave me the same Network Connection message as before, so I clicked ok and repeated the./steam.sh command in Terminal It gave the same message as before, so then I tried what another advice said to do.
They said to go to the Steam folder and delete the registry.vdf file, so I did that and entered the command in Terminal once again. It gave me the same message. So, I'm guessing its the steambootstrapperenglish.txt that is not loading. I tried finding that file on the internet once before and added it to a folder. It still didn't work then. By the way, when I delete the registry.vdf file it automatically pops back in the Steam folder when I click the Steam icon to Update. Hi Guys, I don't know if anyone is still experiencing this issue.
I had a similar issue where it would start downloading the update and hang just before the download completes. To resolve this issue what i did was i went into the directory below /Users/username/Library/Application Support/Steam/ you will see there is a registry.vdf file. (not the issue) but there is no config folder or config.vdf file.
So i created a config folder /Users/username/Library/Application Support/Steam/config/ then i copied the registry.vdf into the folder and renamed it to config.vdf. I opened the config.vdf file and deleted all text in the file and then i restarted the update download and it completed successfully. I just randomly tried this and it fixed my issue. Pinoy big brother season 5 audition requirements : free dvd.
Hope it helps anyone else with a similar issue.