NSIS Error because of corrupted installer while trying to install

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Hi there,

This is one kind of error that I have every time when I want to install some new software on my PC. Every program is downloaded from a trusted source and is clean, no viruses. Can anyone help me please to skip this error ? Why I have this error every time I want to install some new software ?

Thank you !

The installer you are trying to use is corrupted or incomplete. This could be the result of a damaged disk, a failed download or a virus.

You may want to contact the author of this installer to obtain a new copy.

It may be possible to skip this check using the /NCRC command line swithch.

(NOT RECOMMENDED).

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NSIS Error because of corrupted installer while trying to install

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Hello, 

Either the file you have download is corrupted or the installation was not completed. That could be due to the action of the installer which made the installation to be faulty.

First check whether this issue is coming to all forms of software installed in your PC. I mean, if it is coming only to the software those are downloaded by internet or with hardware media such as CD, DVD or both.

If it is coming in downloaded one's try below workarounds.

1. Use different browsers, Check if all giving same issues.

2. Use different download managers.

3. Play with Antivirus. Disable, Enable and update. Check if any of this solves the issue.

4. Scan for Viruses. 

If it is coming on physical media, That simply means it is damaged. 

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