Download Settings: I have my games download to a separate hard drive on my computer, dedicated to storing files, and my OS and Steam Client are on an SSD. I'd start by running Memtest86 free for a full pass) If that passes, then I'd runa drive diagnostic (from manufacturer) as well as run Checkdisk overnight to fix errors (google for how). Download is still queued Download section would be useful.Download region = US - Chicago Download Restrictions = Limit auto-updating schedule (unchecked), Allow downloads during gameplay (unchecked), Throttle downloads while streaming (checked), From (blank) to (blank). Other info: ISP = Comcast Download speeds = 12 up, 55 down, ping = 22ms OS = Windows 10 64-bits Gateway/Router = Arris TG862G-CT, connected to with a Netgear Wireless N Adapter, N600 Dual Band Model # WNDA3100 IP address is static, with my ISP's DNS servers applied. I'd start by running Memtest86 free for a full pass) If that passes, then I'd runa drive diagnostic (from manufacturer) as well as run Checkdisk overnight to fix errors (google for how). The "disk write error" is what concerns me though which is why I though it was a memory or drive issue. *If you do a Steam install, be sure not to delete the Steamapps folder.If Steam Guard is activated on the user account, check your e-mail for a Steam Guard access code and enter it. A list of known servers that use Steam CMD to install is available on the Dedicated Servers List page. condenser is a bootstrapper for installing, configuring, & launching Steam dedicated server apps.This is only required the first time you log in (as well as when you delete the files where Steam CMD stores the login information). Note that any extra commands listed need to be executed before the app_update line. Install and automaticly update any game server Git Hub Repo: https://github.com/C0nw0nk/Steam CMD-Auto Update-Any-Gameserver This tool allows the user to use Steam CMD on Windows without command lines and/or batch files.It works with games that use the Steam Pipe content system. Create a user account named steam to run Steam CMD safely, isolating it from the rest of the operating system.All games have been migrated from the deprecated HLDSUpdate Tool to Steam CMD. Download Steam CMD for Windows: https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/client/installer/3. Do not run steamcmd while operating as the root user - to do so is a security risk. As the root user, create the steam user: Next enter your password. (Note: use forward slashes for Linux/OS X and backslashes for Windows.) It is recommended you use this command only on initial installation and if there are server issues.For example: a) MOVE the "Steamapps" folder elsewhere (don't copy), then b) DELETE steam completely c) DELETE the remaining folders for Steam d) Reinstall Steam (point to the same folder through settings-library..if not default) e) MOVE Steamapps folder and replace the new one f) VERIFY each game in Steam prior to launching. I'm not aware of any games with saves in the Steam main folder that you delete but I suppose it's possible (most are in Documents or a hidden folder in Windows). I typed it out poorly, I actually reinstalled steam before you even made the suggestion to uninstall it in the first place.
That obviously doesn't work with me because the game I'm having issues with is MW2 - which is Steam anyway.On a rare occasion it starts downloading again, but then immediately goes back to being queued. Whenever I have Skype open or Chrome running, it seems that my Steam download gets queued shortly after (immediately for Skype). On my old pre-built computer I could have both open and no issues at all, now on my new custom-built computer it doesn't want to work. Also once the download finished it said "download paused" and when I tried to resume it, it said "disk write error" Just did everything you said. I ran multiple scans on my HDD and everything came out healthy.This isn't the first time I've had this issue, it's just never been this bad. I ran chkdsk, I can't say much about this one but I did run it completely.When I said I had to delete a file for it to launch, I was talking about Fallout 4. Do my games still get queued when they're downloading? Games that tend to take up over 1GB will get queued if I have my internet browser or skype open, whereas games under that range don't. Well, there's no "solution" so far, only a workaround.From the way this issue is shaping out, it seems like I'll just have to put up with it or find a solid solution.The file will auto-download Steam CMD, update it and install all chosen games (up to 4). If you get the 'No subscription' error, the game/server you are trying to download either requires a login or that you have purchased the game.