[R] problem downloading R
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Fri Mar 5 08:58:10 CET 2021
Does the following sound familiar?
The Windows installer starts installing (or decompressing) R, flashing
one file name at a time.
And then, part way through, says XXXX file is corrupt, and gives you
the choice to ignore.
And if you click ignore, then the next file does the same thing.
And one quickly realizes, that every subsequent file will have the same message.
Then if you re-download the installation file, the same thing happens.
Except that the first file flagged as corrupted, is not necessarily
the same file.
On Fri, Mar 5, 2021 at 5:55 AM Dick Mathews <dmathews63 using earthlink.net> wrote:
> I am trying to download the Windows version of R. This computer is Win7,
> I do have Win10 computers also.
> Tried R4.0.4, got message these files are corrupted.
> Then tried R4.0.3, got same message as above.
> Tried the next, R4.0.2, got same message.
> I checked to see if I was downloading the proper version, seems okay.
> What is the problem? Can anybody help me with this?
> Dick Mathews
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