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Limewire v 4.16.7 download - corruption error

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Okay I know this isn't really a pressing problem but I'm getting really frustrated trying to reinstall Limewire (on Windows XP). I get about 75% of the way through the install, then an error message pops up saying "The installation is corrupted. Please download and and install LimeWire again." (btw, it actually says "and and" - that wasn't a typo). But of course when I do that I just get the same error message again. I've had Limewire before on this system and never had any problem. Any suggestions???

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