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Windows live issue

by davie261 / February 6, 2013 9:46 AM PST

I received a code for a free copy of Dirt 3 with a video card purchase, which I had to install Steam to download and then try and remember the windows live information I had to use to input the code 6 months ago. My computer could not run it then and now when I successfully log on it says my code is registered with another windows live account. As far as I know I only have one. How can I find out what the username of the other account is so I can use my game.?

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