Validating steam files stuck at 5
At this point the game screen is still frozen on my monitor.- Does this sound like a PC parts issue or Counter Strike: Global Offensive issue?
Have you ever downloaded a large 20GB game on Steam only to find out that it won't run due to corrupt or missing files?
Fortunately for you, we've created a brief how-to guide on how to resolve these issues so you don't have to come up with an intricate work around or have to re-download your games.
As a matter of fact, there are only seven easy steps to fixing this issue!
I BELIEVE that the screen freezes in the game when there is gun impact or kills.
The only way I can exit the game is to to hit the "Windows" key and it will pull up the Windows start menu to allow me to turn off or restart my PC.
Verifying the Integrity of your Game Cache will fix your install if there are corrupted or missing files in your game.
When you try to launch the game again, the game will be fixed if Steam finds anything wrong with it and should be fully operational!
We also recommend backing up your game saves through the Steam Cloud or onto a flash drive before attempting to fix it.- Verify the integrity of the game cache - To verify the integrity of the game cache simply open steam to your library where all your games are, locate Dota 2.Make sure that the download is paused and right click Dota 2, click properties and a new window will open. [^] Hide details [Close] [Expanded Information] Crash signature: 13DC4 Report ID: … ] (use Ctrl C to copy) Speed Fan (67.7 KB) Also add what you already tried so far. If you require immediate support, please visit Five and mention the details in this window.