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20-Feb-2017 21:03

I thought this was odd, but i went into STEAM and tried to update it from there.

The major problem is that i am stuck at that point.

I have already entered a ticket for Steam Support but there is a high amount of traffic right now.

I'm hoping that someone is able to help me out here since there might be someone who knows how to fix my issue.

I'd really appreciate it if someone could give me some assistance with this.(If I'm posting this in the wrong section then I apologize) I have recently installed a secondary hard drive.

I decided to create a Steam directory on the new hard drive and put all of my Gmod related games on it. If I exit the Steam client then the game does not appear in my downloading list.

The latest and relevant version of STEAM is the Official Release.

The page for STEAM Official Release can be found - HERE This version of STEAM (Classic Release) is now outdated.

[2015-07-01 ] Failed to load manifest [2015-07-01 ] Error: Download failed: http error 0 [2015-07-01 ] Error: Steam needs to be online to update.Note that Flash sound will not work with any of these methods but when a workaround is found it will be posted.The pro of Jacek's patch is that wine-gecko itself will support Flash on websites, the con's are that it requires compilation of wine from source and doesn't enable scrollbars.Also installed 32-bit version of graphics driver and alsa plugin as instructed in the wiki.When I try to run steam, it attempts to update and the dialog box says ' Fatal Error: Steam needs to be online to update.

[2015-07-01 ] Failed to load manifest [2015-07-01 ] Error: Download failed: http error 0 [2015-07-01 ] Error: Steam needs to be online to update.

Note that Flash sound will not work with any of these methods but when a workaround is found it will be posted.

The pro of Jacek's patch is that wine-gecko itself will support Flash on websites, the con's are that it requires compilation of wine from source and doesn't enable scrollbars.

Also installed 32-bit version of graphics driver and alsa plugin as instructed in the wiki.

When I try to run steam, it attempts to update and the dialog box says ' Fatal Error: Steam needs to be online to update.

If you only wish to enable Flash and are comfortable compiling wine from source I would recommend using Jacek Caban's patch.