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CRC Failed In my computer Gigabyte915GV, Intelpentium4-2.66, DVD/RW, Two ram card one of 256MB and another one is 512MB. When i install some software in between installation the system says CRC Failed and not complete install one another problem is above condition system also say *.cab file is corrupt.these software run succesfully on another computer what can i do help me?

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Two issues will cause this kind of error. #1, bad optical drive(bad cd drive) #2 Bad memory. You can replace either one by yourself. To have it properly diagnosed on which one of these it may be, take it to your computer shop or replace both items yourself depending on your budget.

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