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Downloaded said file twice through browser, yet file integrity check always detects it's corrupted. Help?
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Sometimes, when you download the same thing a second time, the PC checks that it's the same file and doesn't complete the download again (you may be missing a few bytes).

Before redownloading: Clear your cache and download histories, maybe also clear your DNS resolver cache [ Assuming Windows: run -> cmd -> ipconfig/flushdns ], rename the file you're downloading to something else (add an 'X' to the start of the file name - delete the 'X' once it has downloaded).

If that doesn't work, I'm out of ideas other than trying it with a download manager (gog-downloader hasn't worked for me recently but it might for you)
Post edited June 19, 2016 by TrollumThinks