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When you install Minecraft on your computer, you can connect to it with a gamepad or keyboard.
If you’re using a Steam Machine, you’ll need to create a new user account and login with the same Steam account you used for installation.
If your Steam account isn’t working properly, you may be prompted to create one.
If that doesn’t work, try the following steps.
Go to your account page.
If the account page doesn’t show up, click the account icon at the top right corner.
Click Create New Account.
Enter your email address.
Select the Account Name, and click Create Account.
If prompted, select Create a new Steam account.
Type the email address you provided at the account creation process, and then click Finish.
If a dialog box appears asking you for a security code, type in the code that’s already in your account.
If not, click Next.
On the next screen, click Continue.
Click Continue on the next page.
If there are additional prompts on this page, you might need to click the Continue button.
Click Yes to continue.
If it doesn’t appear, try entering the code in a different text field.
If all of the steps above haven’t worked, click Finish to sign in to your Minecraft account.
You’ll be prompted for your Minecraft server credentials, which you can verify with the following command.
Get-MinecraftServerCertificate -ServerName Minecraft -CertificateName CA -ServerPassword ServerPassword | Select-Object Name,ServerPassword,CAKey | Format-Table CACertificates | Out-Null 10.
Now, you should be able to access your Minecraft installation from any computer that supports Steam.