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Installer integrity check has failed... trying to install 5770 drivers

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September 27, 2012 6:24:04 AM

Hi, i'm trying to install 5770 drivers but it says

installer integrity checked has failed common causes include incomplete download and damanged media. contact the installer's author to obtain new copy

i've downloaded multiple times and on different computers (same internet) and transferred on usb key. even the original dvd drivers say this
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how can i get around this??
September 27, 2012 6:29:20 AM

id advise you to do a full virus scan if possible and where are you downloading the drivers from ?
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September 27, 2012 9:16:09 AM

What version drivers are you trying to install ? CCC 12.8 ?

Did you uninstall the previous drivers before you attempted to install the new drivers ?

I suggest you do a " CHKDSK /R /F " ( without the quotes and with blank spaces before the slashes ) at a command prompt with Admin privileges before you install the drivers.

Hope this helps.
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September 28, 2012 5:43:37 PM

suat said:
What version drivers are you trying to install ? CCC 12.8 ?

Did you uninstall the previous drivers before you attempted to install the new drivers ?

I suggest you do a " CHKDSK /R /F " ( without the quotes and with blank spaces before the slashes ) at a command prompt with Admin privileges before you install the drivers.

Hope this helps.



i have tried this and it was to no success. thank you for the attempt though, do you happen to have any other ideas? i may just buy a new hard drive, would that help?

i've also tried creating a new partition with fresh&seperate windows to delete the original windows (and partition) since it's been installed over, i thought a virus might be causing it. but it won't let me delete :pt1cable:  hahaha
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September 29, 2012 7:10:05 AM

There are two questions in my post which you did not provide answers for, in the first place.

Other than that, you have executed chkdsk with the switches /f /r and it did not help.

You also wanted to create a separate partition but you could not make it. Is this what you are saying ?

What Windows are we talking about ? Windows 7 ? Windows Vista ? Windows XP ?
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September 29, 2012 5:26:42 PM

Haha alright sorry about that. I tried installing the latest official ccc drivers, 12.8 - didn't work. +beta drivers- didn't work (installer integrity check failed nsis error), and old official drivers 11.x, nsis error again aswell

there are no graphics drivers installed on my new desktop, i've reinstalled win 7 64 bit and have always tried downloading the 64 bit drivers. plus i managed to create new partitions (with windows 7 dvd and installed win7 on it) so viruses are ruled out.

i'm pretty sure it's my internet because it's the only variable left, as i have tried downloading the drivers on my laptop and it says the same thing.

thanks for the help suat
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September 29, 2012 7:08:30 PM

Please see http://nsis.sourceforge.net/Why_do_I_get_NSIS_Error for a probable solution to your problem.
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September 29, 2012 7:54:36 PM

plz replace ram
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October 1, 2012 3:05:37 AM

suat said:
Please see http://nsis.sourceforge.net/Why_do_I_get_NSIS_Error for a probable solution to your problem.


i tried a lot of those, but it turns out it was my internet. downloaded it at my dad's place and transferred it to my desktop. (i also tried downloading it on my laptop, same internet as my desktop and it didn't work)... so problem solved, a lot of effort by you suat, thanks.
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October 1, 2012 3:05:58 AM

Best answer selected by twystedfyre.
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October 1, 2012 3:06:37 AM

tushardehra said:
plz replace ram


just... no. also it's a brand new computer setup, capable of installing everything else just not my drivers.

PLUS (edit) i had this problem on my last desktop, before the replacement haha
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