[QUOTE=Tsbcqbzz88;2769362]i strongly advise against fixing setup download errors manually . doing so could take several hours, do more harm than good, and end up not even resolving the underlying problem.
1 try a different internet browser like firefox.
2 look for spyware and malware on your computer.[/QUOTE]
Good advice. It can be caused by other faults as well.
3.disk errors. (Try running “chkdsk C:” without the quotes from the ‘Command Prompt’)
4.wrong/faulty storage drivers
5.faulty storage controller
… francisK’s request for information is interesting as to how to commence, but since none was provided, my guess is that the trouble either fixed it self or by the help of a friend.
Threads like this would have been more generally helpful if the thread starter would update it with the solution and not leave the thread with no conclusion.
This would better help others in the same situation who surf by the thread from a search on the net. Then again, the incentive for doing so is lower for the one requesting help as his trouble is gone… which is why I replied with a few more general tips.
By the way, welcome to the forum Tsbcqbzz88, great to have you here