I woke up today and before working, I turned on my computer and checked Steam.
I decided to test if the issue was on going and deleted Dot A 2 and attempted to re-download it.
If so..you guys even going to acknowledge these issues and give us some solutions? Completed all other updates for my other games no problem but refuses to even begin downloading this day 1 update. Waited for an hour still nothing stuck at 0 download speed, other updates for other games is working fine.
I tried to delete the preloaded content to download from fresh. Tried again, now download shows done about 30% but still stuck not downloading.
I figured to post here and hope for some better luck and ideas. I decided to re-download CS: GO just because my friends were asking me to re-download the game again.
The download went smoothly, finished in about 15 minutes give or take. I think 1-2 hours after or something around that time, I reopened Steam and had an update, so I updated and didn't think 2nd about it really.
These folders need to be writable by all users in order to update properly.Try adding exceptions in these applications for your Steam folder and restart Steam to see if this resolves your issue.If you are a member of the Steam beta program, it might be worthwhile opting out of the beta program and reverting to a previous version of Steam (it should do this automatically) to see if this resolves your problem.Restarting the computer flushes all kinds of system states and caches, while resetting other programs and releasing locks on files and other resources.Clearing the Steam download cache will cause the Steam client to flush locally cached configuration data and acquire it from the Steam servers again.Then closed Steam again after it finished doing all of that.A little bit later, as I was about to sleep, I checked up Steam one more time, for friends etc and found that Dot A 2 had a patch. I figured this was a bit weird, so I tried to force the patch to go through and it then gave me the "An error has occurred while updating Dot A 2.The specific reason for the error will be shown in the parenthesis at the end of the error message.The following fixes will resolve most update and installation errors with Steam.Another thing that is mentioned in the Steam forums, is allowing Steam to verify all of its files and then closing Steam properly (rather than letting Windows kill it as it shuts down).What you'd do here is wait however long it normally takes to verify files and get into the main Steam interface, and then close Steam with the menu option (or system tray icon) before restarting it.It's worth noting that this is a well discussed issue with no official solutions available, there are plenty of different suggestions on how this can be fixed though and some of these work for some of the people experiencing the problem some of the time, so you'll want to try all of them if you really want to stop Steam from verifying every time you start it.This issue can be exacerbated by anti-virus/internet security applications blocking Steam from doing what it wants to and reading all of Steam's files as the Steam application attempts to verify them.(Download Corrupt)" I kept trying to no avail, until I finally forced it through by doing the "Verify Integrity Game Cache" After doing it, it still was stuck on Queued but I forced it once or twice and the patch finished.