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CS condition zero CD key problems


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venomar2099

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I just bought condition zero and the CD key is supposedly in use or so says steam...what should I do? does ne one have a steam account I can use ? or CD key?
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starjax

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if you just bought the actual game and have the key physically in front of you then you need to contact valve to see what can be done.
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I don't know what it is but whenever someone "ask for help" and then suggests "borrowing" a CD key I get the feeling they didn't buy the game in the first place and just want to use your account so they can save money.
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go to www.steampowered.com and if you are able to show proof of purchase within 90 days, they'll send you a new cd-key free. If it's past 90 days, then there will be a $10 charge. Remember, you need to show proof that you actually bought the game.
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Unklwok

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Here's a thought..

I think valve was trying to save you...

Cz is a horrible game..

You might as well get Cs: source.
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