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Why do I get this error while installing a program? Installer integrity check has failed. Common causes include incomplete download and damaged media. Contact the installer's author to obtain a new copy. More information at: http://nsis.sf.net/NSIS_Error

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Because the program installer is corrupted. Try to download your program again from the source.

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Hi! I've seen this text in error window while installing one program. Please, will you help me? Error message: "Installer integrity check has failed. Common causes include incomplete download and...


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Please read below Microsoft solution

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_programs/error-installer-integrity-check-has-failed-common/c2e96749-6181-487c-80ec-3a0e24c32325

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NSIS Error


It is an installer error. If this was a downloaded installation try to download it again. If the installation is from removable media the disc you are using may be damaged. Try running disc cleanup or a similiar program before installing again. Have you checked for viruses?

Apr 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Hi there.My computer has a problem and that is that whenever i download a .exe application from the internet,i receive an error called NSIS error and goes like this:Installer integrity check has failed.It...


NSIS is a type of installer packahe (other example Installshield, MSI, etc. ) Try to downlaod to another mirror. Also try to download it on a different location. Some internet cafe prevents users from downloading exe file.

Feb 13, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have prloblem with nsis error


The installer has failed a self-check. This means that for some actions, the installer file has been altered from its original form. If the install were to continue, the software install would not be complete and will be broken. To prevent further problems, the installer refused to continue.
If you are receiving this problem from an installer located on a disc or other media besides the Internet, then the problem may be due to a hardware failure or more likely the physical media being damaged. Try reading files from other parts of the media. If you are receiving read errors with other files on the disc, then the problem is likely due to damaged media. You will need to contact the source of the physical media for a replacement.
As a last resort, the installer can be executed even though it's corrupted. To bypass the corruption test, pass /NCRC on the command line. To do so, go to Start->Run, type cmd and hit Enter. A black console window should open. Drag the installer into the window, hitSpace and type /NCRC. Hit Enter again and the installer should start. This is not recommended!
NSIS Installer/Uninstaller will raise this error whenever you will launch the installer/uninstaller from an forbidden location (such as C:\, C:\Windows, C:\Program Files, etc).

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Failde to download.ini file


Three possible conditions possible. First, the media requiring download is corrupted. A source from the network would possibly display a nonexistent program attachment. A common message soon after download is display of an error ro corruption of what has been acquired on the computer. A disk medium being downloaded would display a download error when damaged.Second, a program already existing on the computer producing fail displays are corrupted either has been deleted or integrated by a malware software producing malfucntion. Third, the computer system on which attempting to download .ini. files could be incompartible with the file. An outdated computer system, or an outdated computer program, or a versions of compartibility of the system to the medium files displays the warning message produced.


improtant notes
1. Check the compartibility of the computer operating system with the media file attempting to be downloaded.
2 a compartible computer could require updates to function with the file
3. The .ini file could require decoding to produce a display on the computer
4. attempt to download on another computer version to check for compartibility

contact technical assistance if persistant

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Error 1773 error symptoms can include slow PC performance, program crashes, system freezes, startup/shutdown problems, and file errors. Risks that can result from not repairing your computer include blue screens, file corruption, and hardware failure.

Fixing Error 1773 is easy. Download and install PC Health Advisor, a Microsoft Windows tool that will analyze your registry for missing, obsolete, and corrupt entries resulting from failed installations, incomplete un-installations, disabled drivers, and spyware applications.

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Am getting 1721 errors on my computer, can you tell me how i can fix it ?


Here you go. This is long winded but should fix you up.
Error 1721 is a common problem for many different Windows systems, shown when the installation you're trying to perform develops a problem and needs to be fixed. If you have this error, it's recommended that you're able to first fix any problems that could be inside your Windows system, and then cure the specific issues that the Windows Installer program has on your PC. This tutorial is going to show you exactly how to do that...
This error will typically show like this:

  • Error 1721. There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A program required for this install to complete could not be run. Contact your support personal or package vendor.

The problem with this error is actually caused by a very simple issue - the Windows Installer program that is used to install the various files & software onto your PC is actually damaged or corrupted & preventing your system from installing the program you want. This can be caused by a number of problems, including everything from having corrupt registry settings to the Installer program on your system being damaged. To fix this, you first need to make sure that Windows Installer is okay, and then get rid of any further system errors on your computer.
The first step to resolving this error is to "register" and "unregister" the Windows Installer on your system. This is a program which installs all the programs that you want onto your PC, and is constant on every Windows installation. The problem that often causes error 1721 is the way in which Windows often cannot read the Windows Installer program, because it's not "registered". Registering a program basically tells Windows where to look for it on your system, and it's often the case that this stored reference is either damaged or deleted by accident. To ensure this is not a problem, you need to be able to type the following into your system:

  • Load up "CMD" (click "Start" > Run > type cmd)
  • Type msiexec u/unregister
  • Type msiexec /register
  • Try reinstaling the program you wanted to

If you try this and find it does not work, then it's recommended you then use a program by Microsoft called the "Windows Installer Cleanup Utility". This is a new program which basically cleans up all the settings and options associated with the Windows Installer program; meaning that if you have any problems with the Windows Installer on your PC, they should be fixed. You may also wish to install Windows Installer 4.5, which will basically upgrade the Windows Installer program on your system, which should resolve many cases of the 1721 error.
It's also highly recommended that you use a "registry cleaner" to fix any of the errors that are on your Windows system. A registry cleaner is a type of software tool that basically scans through the registry database of your PC and fixes any of the problems that are inside it. The registry database contains all the settings, files and options for Windows, and is where everything from your most recent emails to your desktop wallpaper are kept. It's basically like a library for your system which is continually being used to help your software run correctly. Unfortunately, the registry is continually being damaged & corrupted, leading it to become highly ineffective and erroneous. To ensure this problem is not causing the 1721 error, you should clean through your system with a registry cleaner tool.

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If you are receiving this problem from an installer located on a disc or other media besides the Internet, then the problem may be due to a hardware failure or more likely the physical media being damaged.

Installer integrity check has failed. Common causes include incomplete download and damaged media.

Best is to get another copy of the CD and install the software you needed.

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