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All downloaded files are corrupted.......I think
So I say this problem happened about 2 weeks ago. I've had this Compaq desktop for almost 4 years and never had this problem.
The computer one day kept receiving the error "Windows Explorer has stopped working" (problem details)
Problem signature: Problem Event Name: InPageError Error Status Code: c000009c Faulting Media Type: 00000003 OS Version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.768.3 Locale ID: 1033 Additional Information 1: 40d4 Additional Information 2: 4062ad41ec8067256aa4c5e2b56d3c79 Additional Information 3: 40d4 Additional Information 4: 4062ad41ec8067256aa4c5e2b56d3c79 Read our privacy statement: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=50163&clcid=0x0409
After finally getting rid of the problem after a couple Norton Full Scans and system restores, I downloaded an .avi file on the desktop and the error came up again. I caught a glimpse of the file before the desktop restarted itself and saw that the picture wasn't on the video file like all my other videos are. After I struggled to delete it, the problem was gone. So I thought that file was corrupt.
Only problem is that every file does that same thing. Like, I used a torrent to download a movie and the folder had several files in it, but the icon folder showed it empty. Everything I download shouldn't be corrupt. If anyone understands what I'm talking about and can help, please do so.
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