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cassie
 Post subject: cyclic redundancy errors
PostPosted: March 4th, 2005, 3:08 am 
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just a question, kids. i had a bit of a crash awhile back and i've been going along fine...till i try to open adobe illustrator one day. basically giving me a "data error: cyclick redundancy check" or something like thatt for a certain file. problem is...i can't just delete the file. if i try to uninstall that file (a plugin file PNGIcons.apl) screws up the uninstall. if i try to reinstall same thing. i've tried going into the registry to get rid of it.....dunno if i need to use some kind of data recovery thing....but i don't know if anyone knows of a program that is free or allows me as a trial to fix files over 64 kbs. or if someone just knows how to resolve this. all i want to do is get rid of the file so i can reinstall illustrator.


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nevermind. fixed it. just had to run chkdsk like 20 times. ugh. stupid windows.


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Odd. buy you fixed it, you couldnt even delete any of the illustrator files?

If you deleted the files then went back to the Control Panel Add/Remove Programs, then find Illustrator and uninstall it. It would say, couldnt find files (because you deleted them) but it would ask you to remove the Program off your computer (meaning taking it out of the registry).

But it sounds like you got it to work.

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it wasn't that. it was just that the one file was corrupted so it wouldn't let me completely uninstall or reinstall or delete the file or move it or replace it or ANYTHING. i had to recover it first before i could get rid of it. and chkdsk was the only thing that worked. it just didn't work very fast.


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Ah, I guess I've never had to deal with that problem.

Glad you got it fixed.

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