Re: inconsistent downloads, or bugs?
Also ; nero's verification and md5 are different
things. With md5 you can check the checksum on your
system with that given on ftp mirror site from which
Nero's verification only checks/compares for the data
integrity on CD and actual iso on your hard drive. You
can mark that option just before burning the iso(it
gives you options before starting to burn).
--- RituRaj <email@example.com> wrote:
> Which browser you are using for downloading in
> windows. Also which protocol ?
> Use firefox and also do not download using http.
> always use ftp mirrors.
> For md5.exe, just copy it to c:\Program
> . THen open the command prompt and run it against an
> iso which you have downloaded.
> --- Karoo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I have to work in Windows untill I can get my
> > system going so I'm
> > using Nero to burn my ISO CD's. I've had a number
> > failures (see my other
> > post of 12.1.05). I've downloaded md5.exe but
> > are no help files.
> > (Nero says it has a verification feature but it
> > doesn't show on my copy).
> > I'm forced to d/l with my 56K and it takes up to
> > hours for 1 CD. I have
> > a resume feature because I'm using Fresh Download.
> > normally don't lose my
> > connection but I do a bit of surfing, mail
> > collection or newsgroup reading
> > during this time (can this effect the downloaded
> > data?)
> > Any help would be greatly appreciated :-))
> > Thanks, Karoo
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