When users get a “Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check” message, this could very well mean that the data they are transferring is corrupted.
Often times, users encounter “Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check” while attempting to read and/or copy data derived from a CD or a DVD that has been damaged.
The box indicates it was manufactured in Australia.
If the rest of you are the same perhaps the Aussie manufacturer is to blame SOLOUTION...
During my installation from the download, I got an error message saying that I didn't have enough drive space for the install. It's curious why the install from the DVD wouldn't give me that message in the first place.
It would've saved me a lot of time trying to figure out why it wasn't working. So i should try to download the software but I reeeeaaaally cant find where to download it from?
I'm inclined to believe that there are quite a few corrupt copies out there..
We used windows check/repair disk error sevice, and it repaired the disk and all was good. I also had this error as I was trying to install from the DVD.
It took a long time (overnight I think for a 250G drive) for windows to check the entire drive, but it repaired the error and he's had no issues since. I read some other posts that indicated that it could be my DVD drive(s) so I decided to download from my digi and try that.
Under Advanced settings, check mark Show hidden files and folders in the Hidden files and folders option.
Now you can find the Installshield Installation Information folder. Rename that folder to Install Shield Installation folder.
Errors could also occur when trying to upgrade an existing installation.