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I went to download a free media player of whom we won't mention (winamp) and received a message telling me that I either had a corrutped installer, or a problem with my hard drive. I had tried to down load to my C drive the first time, so I tried the download a second time trying to use the D drive, with the same results. The previous evening I downloaded a Microsoft product without any problems, any ideas what might be happening? dcc

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There are many places you can download WinAmp from. Use Google to search for

winamp download

and you'll find lots of them. Try another download location and you'll possibly get an uncorrupted download.

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Thanks again Catweazle, good idea, I was using Google and I will try another location.

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