The following fixes will resolve most update and installation errors with Steam.
They can be performed with a minimal amount of technical knowledge.
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.
(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.
So after, I thought this wasn't normal but I closed it and went to bed.
I woke up today and before working, I turned on my computer and checked Steam.
It's always a good first step to make sure that you restart Steam as well as your computer.
Restarting the computer flushes all kinds of system states and caches, while resetting other programs and releasing locks on files and other resources.
Then, I went through the usual Steam help for that, nothing worked.Clearing the Steam download cache will cause the Steam client to flush locally cached configuration data and acquire it from the Steam servers again.Navigate to your Steam - Clear Download Cache The Steam library folder contains all of your installed games on disk.So as a last resort, I uninstalled Steam completely along with every game I had in the library.I used CCleaner to clean out the registry and all that after.