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Thread: bad bin file or bad copy ????




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    i'm trying to install an application. i keep gettting this error.

    "error 1335 the cabinet file 'blahblah' is corrupt and cannot be used. this can indiacate an network error, a problem reading from the cd-rom, or a problem with this package."

    could it be a bad image file or should i re-burn it at a low speed.

    i'm running winxp pro. and have background apps disabled.

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    If the original file runs properly, then you just need to reburn it. If the original file also ggives this error, then you need to download it again fresh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthtanion
    If the original file runs properly, then you just need to reburn it. If the original file also ggives this error, then you need to download it again fresh.
    thanks for the reply

    the bin copied to cd fine with cdrwin 5. i received the error during the install. i scanned the bin with norton as well and all was good.

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    scanning with norton won't help if the files that was imaged to make .bin file was damaged.
    norton just scans the files or images for viruses, not whether they are complete or not.
    any ways check this.
    it sounds something related to your problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asklepios
    scanning with norton won't help if the files that was imaged to make .bin file was damaged.
    norton just scans the files or images for viruses, not whether they are complete or not.
    any ways check this.
    it sounds something related to your problem.
    thanks for the link. i'll give it a try.

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