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CSGO - Disc Error at the end of downland

Discussion in 'Games' started by Dom1x, Mar 3, 2018.

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  1. Dom1x

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    I have a problem with CSGO downland. The problem occurred with the last update, while it was downlanding it suddenly stopped and said that it had a "DISC ERROR" or "DISC CORRUPTED". I have tried to change downland region, clear downland cache and reinstall steam but it did not help. It is very strange as every other game installs correctly on my pc without any problems. I really looking forward to get help from you guys.
     
  2. lunarlander

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    If a disk error occurs, the first thing to do check the disk. Right click on the hard drive, choose Properties > Tools tab > Check button
     
  3. jagsthecat

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    There is a bug on steam that causes this to happen.

    The following steps should help sort it, I did a fresh install a month ago and had the same issue.

    When you get the error hover your mouse cursor over the CORRUPT DISK text and it will show you the path to the file it is trying to download.
    Go to that file and rename it with .old extension or something like that.
    Then try to update again. It will attempt to download the file and usually this works the first time, but if it fails try again.
    I haven't had to do this more than twice with any update.
    Once the update finishes successfully it will try to remove the update files from the download folder, but it will not remove the file(s) you renamed so you'll want to manually delete those.
     
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