Windows 10: Steam "Install" Brutal Legend Loop

  1.    16 Jan 2018 #1

    Steam "Install" Brutal Legend Loop


    The short version is thus: I buy the game from humblebundle for cheap, select an option to donate money to american red cross, redeem the steam key and download game. steam finishes downloading, installs game, I boot up game (I delete the vcredist and directx files, I already have what I need), the steam bootstrap client/whatever tells me to click yes to install game, I click yes, it boots up, I play, I shut it down and steam down. restart the computer, and I boot up steam and brutal legend, and it once AGAIN tells me to click yes or no for installing brutal legend

    the one work around was using regedit and making some new keys and dword values to tell my system everything is there, but it still happens; reg file included, was adapted from a steam discussion post from the dishonored boards and a darksiders II community forum that no longer exists. Help is appreciated, and steam has been fully updated to latest possible version; also, small addon, but when I use mcafee livesafe's vulnerability/program update scanner , it tells me my steam cloent bootstrapper is a lower version, but checking its properties tab shows its not. this be a bug?
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