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missimpWelcome to the forum.It could be a simple as a duplicate file. Try emptying out your Temp. folder and then re-install the application.Please help us help you.What version of Avast! are you usingWhat vps version?What OS?What exactly is the error message? (If you are getting one.)etc. etc.
0xC1 means ERROR_BAD_EXE_FORMATit means, file was corrupted during downloadplease try it again
Clear your cache, temp files, temp internet folders and such before downloading Avast again. If there is a damaged file there, the problem you have can repeat itself if you don't do so.
Would you be able to generate some kind of checksum (CRC32, MD5, SHA... whatever) of your downloaded files so that we can compare?
Quote from: igor on October 20, 2004, 01:00:16 AMWould you be able to generate some kind of checksum (CRC32, MD5, SHA... whatever) of your downloaded files so that we can compare?igor,It is not the checksum.I just tried and succeeded to install Avast! in an old HD w/WinXP in it with the same files I am trying in this system.I will try changing the Temp folder configuration ... or something else ... any ideas?
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