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I have just purchased a new Toshiba Satellite with Windows 7 Home Premium installed on it. I started to download applications that I had on my other computer such as Itunes, Calibre, etc and found that every program that I downloaded would be halted halfway through set up with a message saying that a cabinet file is corrupt and the program could not be installed. This didn't happen to my partner when he started downloading onto his new laptop loaded with the same version of Win 7. Does anybody have an answer to this problem. It would be most appreciated.
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