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Everytime I download and try to run a program I get an error message saying that the files are corrupted. I have no idea what to do now. I have tried turning off any protection I am using and still nothing. HELP PLEASE!
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um, what are you downloading and in what format is it
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anything that I download including videos in my email, software trial versions, updates or patches for programs. If its downloaded, It's corrupted.
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sounds a odd one
remember we are working blind so bare with us
to help others reply to your question
if you haven't mentioned it yet:
- what model of computer
- what os, XPpro or home
- how old is it

to topic then
- was it working before
- what about doing a system restore to a date prior to the problem then
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unfortunately it has been like this for a while so restoring wont help. I have decided to just format it all and start over again. Thank you very much for your response..
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