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Chunchen Lin
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i am troubling with installing JDK, that some cabinet files are corrupted. whatever i tried to fix the problem, the 1335 error just occured again and again.

could some one please help me
many thanks

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Did you try downloading the JDK again? This looks like the installer you downloaded is corrupt. Also check your computer for viruses.
 
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Jesper de Jong wrote:Did you try downloading the JDK again? This looks like the installer you downloaded is corrupt. Also check your computer for viruses.


i am now trying viruses scan, hope it works. i have downloaded jdk 7 and 6 so many times with different download tools.
 
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Jesper de Jong wrote:Did you try downloading the JDK again? This looks like the installer you downloaded is corrupt. Also check your computer for viruses.

Jesper, could that error possibly occur due to malware ?
 
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justin smythhe wrote: . . . Jesper, could that error possibly occur due to malware ?
Yes.
The chances of their being malware in what you downloaded from Oracle are pretty slim, but it is quite possible that malware could corrupt the download after receipt, or damage or move cabinet files already on your PC.
you should also make sure you are using a reliable download tool.
I don’t know enough about the installation process to be able to say any more.
 
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Jesper de Jong wrote:Did you try downloading the JDK again? This looks like the installer you downloaded is corrupt. Also check your computer for viruses.


today, i went to my friend's house, and used his network to download jdk. i found i could install the JDK properly, so it must be my networking problem that cannot download big file integrity.
 
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