Have you added Steam as an exception on your firewall settings? I had to re-install New Vegas and it quits and gives me the "update required" thing and the only way to make it start again is to "move to top of queue" I re-installed portal 2 after just fine.Nothing happens when I press the resume button actually, I can only start the download on that page by pressing the "Move to Top of Queue" button near "Update Required". What bothers me the most about this is other games like Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and PAYDAY: The Heist were deleted but redownloaded with no issues.Has anyone else come across this problem, and has anyone fixed it?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.After restarting in this manner, the file verification window shouldn't appear, since Steam would have properly closed all of its files when it exited.If this was not the best place to ask, then I apologize, I'm just very confused on what is going on. I had this problem, turned out I was low on disk space on that drive, but it wouldn't tell me.Who knew 5gb was considered "low."I finally figured it out when I tried to run the game in question, and it actually provided me with a more descriptive error message when trying to update. Rk2m As you can see, games like Sniper Elite V2 and Battlefield Bad Company 2 have downloaded completely, but Counter Strike Global Offensive does not download. This is when I tried to download the game again.
We update it regularly, so come back soon for more suggestions.This window absolutely CAN be permanately disabled while starting up Steam, period, end of story.Open up the developer console and type: "runtime verification: 0" and press Enter.The bars represent the data being downloaded, but then it continues to go down until nothing downloads. I've done everything I could possibly do to see what the issue was, like changing the download region and verifying game files, along with what I mentioned above.
Nothing has changed, yet I can download other full games perfectly fine. It seems like you lost connection to the Steam Servers over time (it decreases) for some reason.
If you're certain this is not an issue with your anti-virus/internet security application and you haven't opted in to the beta, you can try one of the following to see if it resolves your problem: This will essentially reinstall Steam without requiring you to redownload all of your games or losing any of your locally stored settings.