NSIS error occurring during software installation

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Hi,

I would like to know how to fix an error that is happening whenever I try to install Circle Dock. I downloaded the software from the internet but I could not install it due to an error. I had to delete the downloaded software and downloaded another copy but still getting this error. “The installer you are trying to use is corrupted or incomplete.”

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 switch (NOT RECOMMENDED).

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NSIS error occurring during software installation

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It seems that you keep on downloading the same corrupted installer from the same website. The truth is there is really no problem in the completeness of your download. The installer you just downloaded has been completely downloaded and the file is really complete. It’s just that the file is already corrupted or damaged from the start.

Sometimes a corrupted installer is the result of an incomplete download and this is very common especially if you keep pausing on the download every now and then. NSIS means Nullsoft Scriptable Install System. It is a script-driven installation system developed by Nullsoft, the developer of the famous Winamp, designed for Microsoft Windows and with the least overhead.

I think the reason why you are getting the same damaged installer is because you are downloading it from the wrong website and not from the official website. To download the latest version, visit Download Circle Dock. This link assures you that you will be getting the original installer free of damage.

You can also download it from Circle Dock 32bit. Circle Dock is a pretty enhancement for your desktop that allows you to arrange files in circular orbits. See image.

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