|ABOUT CORRUPTED FILES
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|Author:||ManuelR [ 29 Oct 2009, 02:55 ]|
|Post subject:||ABOUT CORRUPTED FILES|
Some users have reported corrupted files downloaded from this site. It has been confirmed that this happens when using Internet Explorer 8 as browser.
Using a download manager like FlashGet or Getright, or another browser like Internet Explorer 7, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome solves the issue.
We apologize for the inconveniences.
|Author:||Mix-martes86 [ 29 Oct 2009, 11:28 ]|
|Post subject:||Re: ABOUT CORRUPTED FILES|
After some investigation, I think the problem might be solved by cleaning the IE cache.
Try doing this in IE itself, menu "Tools/Internet Options". There, in the section that refers to cookies, navigation history, etc., there should be a "Delete" button next to the "Configuration" one. Click the "Delete" button, and a new dialog should come up. There, click the "Delete files" button for the "Temporary Internet Files" section and accept the query dialog. Check that there's nothing in the physical folder ("C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Local configuration\Temporary Internet Files"). If there's something in it, delete it.
Back to the "Internet Options" window in IE's options, instead of clicking "Delete", click on "Configuration". There, in the section of "Check for new versions of the stored sites", check the "Each time the site is visited", and accept the changes.
Once all that is done, try again downloading the same file that got corrupted before.
This hasn't been tested yet, so it may or may not work. Also, bear in mind that terms for menu items and such may differ from the real deal, as for this post, they're translations from the Spanish version of IE. In any case, we still recomend using download managers different than the Default IE manager, as stated earlier.
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