Updating steam checking for available update
It does search and install everytime, tried kiling it with the taskmanager but it still does the same for quite some time. if that doesnt work try disabling Steam from startup all together and then run it as admin from the directory where its installed.Exiting Steam normally doesn't seem to make a difference; it's like it says it's installing and stuff, but doesn't actually do it. Steam is supposed to search for updates each time you start it up. If its not either of those 2 then there are probably some really funky permission settings for where you have it installed.... as always I suggest Antivirus/Malwarebytes and all that guff and checking application logs.At the top left, select the button ‘Check For Updates’: Selecting it will compare the current installed versions on your system with the latest available updates on the Spectrasonics website.Remember there are separate versions for the Omnisphere software, Soundsources and patches, so make sure that all three are always up to date.Because you would not be able to play them othewise. You can for one edit a time when steam should update your games Settings -But it's searching and installing in my case. Also Rushmoon, I believe that option that you mentioned doesn't stop this form popping up when I start up steam, since it just forces me to search/install updates anyways... You could solve it through updating your device driver.
Simply click the Spectasonics logo to reveal the credits page.
When I open it up then it searches for updates 10-15 seconds and after that starts up Steam.
If I close it normally and open it, it opens without searching for updates.
This problem could be happened when there is available update for your Windows 10 and you don’t install yet. Note: If Windows tells you Your device is up to date after checking, please try our next method.
Check for Windows update on your Windows 10: 1) Type update in your search box from Start. This problem could be also due to an old or corrupted driver, particularly your video card driver.