Can't Update Cache

When on “Updating game chache” I usually get stuck on “Starting IPFS discovery” - However sometimes it does pass this and starts downloading but the downloads get stuck at anywhere from 0-9% - Taskmanager shows 0 Network usage but constantly high CPU Usage (Anywhere from 16-20% Usage with 75ish MB Memory usage.) And 0% network usage.
The RedM Client shows sometimes regular download speed of around 2MB/s to 0MB/s
I’ve left this on to download overnight and its not slow download speed either unfortunately.
RDR2 version?
Ultimate
Up to date?
Yes
Legit or Pirate copy?
Legit
Steam/Epic Games/Social Club?
Social Club
Windows version?
Win 10 Pro x64
Did you try to delete caches.xml and try again?
Yes
Error screenshot (if any)
None
System specifications
i7 7700k
16gb DDR4
1080ti
1TB WD M.2 SSD
What did you do to get this issue?
Trying to download the cache
What server did you get this issue on?
N/A
Latest CitizenFX_log file
N/A
.dmp files/report IDs
N/A

If an issue with starting:
RDR2 folder screenshot

RDR2/x64/dlcpacks screenshot

Filepath to RedM folder
C:\Users\ChArL\AppData\Local\RedM\RedM.app
RedM client folder screenshot

Did you try to disable/uninstall your Anti-virus?
Yes
Did you start Rockstar Games Launcher not as admin?
Yes
Also add what you already tried so far.
Tried restarting internet connection
Tried using VPN from multiple different countries (With IPFS Ports open)
Tried reinstalling RedM
Tried Reinstalling RDR2
Running RedM as Elevated (Was notified it won’t do anything)
Running R* Launcher as Default & Elevated
Running RDR2 while downloading
Downloading through RedM Singleplayer launcher

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