N/APosted on - 03/16/2012
The installer you want to use is damaged or unfinished. This might be the result of a corrupted disk, an unsuccessful download or could be a virus. You possibly will try to contact with the author of this installer to get a fresh copy.
Perhaps it is possible to skip the test using the /NCRC command line switch (NOT RECOMMENDED).
Need a solution. Thanks a lot.
You possibly will try to contact with the author of this installation
Another incomplete information. Anyway, it sounds like you are trying to install something on your computer and you get an error while in the process. If the installer you acquired is a downloaded file from a website, it is more likely that your installer has a problem.
It is possible that the file you downloaded is damaged due to an incomplete download or maybe the file is already broken even from the start. Since you are not sure if the installer you downloaded is really incomplete, try downloading it again from the same site.
But if the same problem occurs after you downloaded it, you may need to find a different website to download the same installer file.
You may also try checking your computer for any virus. Update your antivirus then run a full system scan on your machine. It is possible that a virus is preventing or making this error to your installation.