christiandating org - Steam not validating game files

Valve informed us that there was a bug in their Steam API which would sometimes return that an account is banned when it isn't. This means for us that some of the accounts shown as "unbanned" for the past year have really never been banned.

As we have no way to know which accounts were really banned, we have changed the status of all "Unbanned" Steam IDs since 01/07/13 to "Not banned".

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Users have reported crashes, freezing, low FPS and many other issues that seriously affect their Batman: Arkham City gaming experience, and sometimes making the game almost unplayable, so without further delay, let’s tackle these issues.

Users have reported crashes with Batman: Arkham City as soon as they launch the game, and it was discovered that Phys X was the main cause for these crashes.

The Steam3 ID (64bit)/Steam Community ID is now shown in hexadecimal as well, as this is the Steam ID format that they use in some games.

We have recently made a new bot and checked all the Steam IDs created since Steam release.

In order to fix this issue you need to go to Nvidia’s website and download the latest Phys X drivers and install them manually.

In addition, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to update your Nvidia drivers as well, just remember to update Phys X drivers after updating Nvidia drivers.

Valve recently added the 'Number of days since last ban' field to the Steam Community profiles.

We're currently updating the 'First seen as banned' date on our pages to the last ban if it is older than the one we currently have.

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