Hi there. I was just wondering if I could have some help on an issue that's been affecting me since the Steam update last night. I'm kinda hoping it's only happening to me and that I'm doing something wrong, rather than it being a new Steam policy designed to backup games using their preferred method only or something. I have a lot of Steam games and a very slow internet connection so when I buy a game, I always download it and then save it onto a portable hard-drive so I can re-install it in the future. I always do the following steps: 1: Download a game completely, install it. Go to steamapps/common folder, find the game I want to copy. Copy it over to my portable hard drive. When I want to reinstall, I then: 2: Go to Steam Client, find the game, hit 'install' wait for a few MB's to download and then pause. I exit out of Steam. 3: Go to my portable hard drive, find the game, copy it all back over to steamapps/common folder and delete everything in the steamapps/download folder. 4: Reopen Steam and then click on 'Verify Integrity of Game Cache'. 5: Depending on the size of the game, this will take a few minutes/upto 25 minutes and increase in increments, from 1%, 2%, 3% etc... I have been doing this for months and it has always worked fine for me and many others and much more reliably then Steam's own backup utility which is known to mess up. Since last night, however, this does not work at all. When I put the game back in the steamapps/common folder and then click on 'Verify Integrity of Game Cache' it will jump from 0% to 100% in a second... basically not even checking anything at all. It will then continue to download the game as normal, even with the full file sitting there. It doesn't recognise all the new files that are steamapps/common folder. What's more, I have noticed another error, even if you don't reinstall a game this way. Click 'install' on any game that you don't have already have installed. Download 50MB's or something small like that. Pause it and then exit out of Steam Client, go to the steamapps/downloads folder and delete everything that has downloaded. Reopen steam and click 'Verify Integrity of Game Cache'... again it will jump from 0% to 100% without recognising that there are a whole bunch of files that are now missing. Nor will it attempt to redownload them. It will just continue from where it left off. So I am just wondering if I could have some help. Am I alone with this, or is it happening to other people as well? If it's only me, what can I do to fix it? Or is Verifying Game Cache also messed up for other people? Thanks for any help.