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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: 92010NT_Disk1.zip crc failed (Database Release 2 Enterprise/Standard/Personal Editio)

    C:\Documents and Settings\root\Desktop\92010NT_Disk1.zip: CRC failed in stage\Components\oracle.jdk\1.3.1.0.1a\1\DataFiles \jdk_NT.2.2.jar. The file is corrupt





    C:\Documents and Settings\root\Desktop\92010NT_Disk1.zip: CRC failed in stage\Components\oracle.sysman.quicktours\9.2.0.1. 0\1\DataFiles\nls.3.1.jar. The file is corrupt


    can SMB please send me these files
    Last edited by striker; 09-22-03 at 10:48.

  2. #2
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    Arrow CRC

    Hi Dude
    Where and how are you downloading the software .. Use some download manager .. for getting the files .. as they would ensure the integrity of the zipped file ...
    Or else .. getting a file from somebody wont be an easy task .. as it is almost 1/2 gigs of stuff.
    Thanx and Regards
    Aruneesh

  3. #3
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    i downloaded from oracle homepage

    i need only two files, which are corrupt:

    jdk_NT.2.2.jar
    nls.3.1.jar

    aprox 20 Mb

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    Download again...
    Hope that helped...
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  5. #5
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    lol whats there for me to do

  6. #6
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    Arrow Download

    Hi

    What is the mode of download you followed. I downloaded the complete 3 files from oracle.com and they worked fine. By the way, what version of Oracle are you downloading, though it wont make much sense here, but I downloaded 9i for XP few days back, and it worked fine. It is impossible that you download the oracle files and untar/unzip, and only few of the files are corrupt. It seems more like the unzip/untar process causing the issue.

    It is a non-standard OS you are using, like an old version of linux or Windows, it would make sense to report the same to Oracle, and it would be well appreciated.

    Thanx and Regards
    Aruneesh

  7. #7
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    eh too much trouble..

    i burnt it to CD, thats how they maybe became corrupted

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