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Welcome to the forum.
Sorry for the slow response but I think it is because we don't have an answer.
Could it be the download is being messed with by a corporate firewall? The file size should be 533954K.
Can you extract it with AV software disabled? You can virus check it first if you are concerned.
Ah, the file size I have is 401637. I will try to obtain it away from our corporate firewall, and report back. Thanks for your help!
I am having a similar problem to Scott. My error is:
'A problem occurred while extracting some files. Check available space on your computer and the write privileges on the destination folder.'
I have plenty of free space on my drive. The file permissions are fine as far as I can tell. Second time I got this failure, I accepted the default install location so the extractor would set the file permissions.
I've downloaded the file twice. One thing in your message to Scott was you mentioned a file size of 533954. Has this changed since Feb? My file size (both times) is 424331.
Any help would be greatly appreciated before I give myself a concussion from banging my head on my desk. It hasn’t been a good chm day!
Sorry, rude of me not to close up the thread.
My particular problem was solved by downloading the file away from our corporate firewall. I never did go back to figure out what exactly the problem was, but the file size Peter quoted was correct at the time.
I can't add anything to the previous information. Suggest you download somewhere else other than behind your firewall. The file size is wrong so that is the most likely cause.
Some corporate firewalls strip out "banned" file types so you get a partial download. Not surprisingly, that will not work.