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The "motorola phone tools" version 4 disk that came with my W510 motorola cell phone will not download to my computer.The following pops up about half way into the setup: feature;program files componet. Program data file D:\MPT\enu\data2.cab Error (cycle redundancy check)

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Make sure the disk is clean and you do no have any virus protection running while installed. Disable you virus protection.

  1. Go into My Computer, right-click on the drive that contains the CD, Select Copy.
  2. Navigate to your Desktop or other location you will remember. Right-click Paste. (This will create a folder of all the files on the CD Drive where ever you paste them)
  3. If the disk copies successfully, open the folder you have just created. Run the Setup.exe application and install. (However, if it fails to copy there is a problem with the CD or the CDROM drive. In most cases a cheap drive replacement is always available.)
This problem usually occurs when the spin rate of the disc and drive are not transferring data sufficiently to install. This can also be interrupted by virus protection that is reading every file being installed. Other possible problems are loose drive cables, software, poorly burnt discs or damaged media.

Hope this helps.

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From CNET: http://download.cnet.com/Windows-7-U...?tag=mncol;pop
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