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comment Applying a Greasemonkey script to a chrome:// Firefox extension
That was an exceptional answer! Thank you, in particular, for providing sources and even providing workarounds.
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comment Files downloaded with Firefox are often corrupt
I tried Portable Firefox 4 Beta 1, and it did not help, unfortunately.
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comment Files downloaded with Firefox are often corrupt
No, but I'm currently experimenting with Firefox Portable 4.0b1 which should cover the bases as far as being a fresh install and also trying the latest beta as Hello71 suggested. However, I'm having some strange issues with reproducing the problem now - there may be another previously unknown factor at work here. Once I've figured this out, I'll report back with my findings. Thank you.
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comment Files downloaded with Firefox are often corrupt
Yes, Firefox specifically. Please see #2 in my question.
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comment Files downloaded with Firefox are often corrupt
On the first point, that's definitely not what is happening. These files are not being truncated, but rather have segments missing, corrupted or added in various parts of the file (usually the middle). On the second point, I don't see much in there that applies directly, but a few of them appear to be at least worthwhile to try. Thanks for the suggestions, I'll report back once I've tried those steps that have any potential.
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comment Is it safe to delete from C:\Windows\Installer?
Agreed, the first thing I did was recommended against deleting. But because the question was about the safety of deleting, it makes sense to point out the safest way to go about that, even if it's not a good practice.
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answered Is it safe to delete from C:\Windows\Installer?