Validating steam cache files
I wonder if the fact that it was completely missing prevented it from redownloading. It compares the game files you have on installed your computer with those of of the latest version on the steam servers.
If its different in any way it replaces or adds on any files.
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Follow these steps: o In Steam select and right click on Total War Rome 2.
o Select "Verify Integrity Of Game Cache" o Once this process is finished click Ok/Done. For more information regarding mods, please visit the “How to verify you have no mods and uninstall them” FAQ.
I know on some other games I have tried it on, steam will end up downloading some files, but apparently not all files are included in this.
Interesting, I've definitely seen this redownload an exe when I've manually patched the exe so it's checksum would be different.
This will help clean and correct any missing or corrupted data detected by Steam.
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Simply disabling those controllers can also do the work but if it doesn’t, disable them to resolve the issue.
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