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Creo Install Files Too Large

lococnc
1-Newbie

Creo Install Files Too Large

Has anyone else had trouble with the 4+GB file size of the latest install
files?

I find that I have to download the file from the web onto the individuals
machine, I cannot copy the file across the network or from a thumb drive.
Inevitably the zip gets corrupted.

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dustin
1-Newbie
(To:lococnc)

I have noticed that as well. I assumed that the download itself was corrupted and have yet to get Creo 2.0 installed on any computer. I didn't think to unzip from the download computer. I previously had issues with the download size. It appeared not to get all the data. I will try to download again and work from the root computer and see what happens.

Are you using the windows unzip utility? I have found that is the issue and if you open the file with a program like winzip or winrar it opens fine. Save you some time trying to redownload it.

In Reply to Michael Gamber:


Has anyone else had trouble with the 4+GB file size of the latest install
files?

I find that I have to download the file from the web onto the individuals
machine, I cannot copy the file across the network or from a thumb drive.
Inevitably the zip gets corrupted.
dustin
1-Newbie
(To:lococnc)

You are correct Greg. I found that it didn't matter how I moved or copied the zip file around, the windows zip utility would view it as a corrupt file. I have 7-zip installed on my computer, so I tried that and it unzipped just fine. I now have Creo 2 up and running. Thanks Greg.


In Reply to Greg Scorpil:



Are you using the windows unzip utility? I have found that is the issue and if you open the file with a program like winzip or winrar it opens fine. Save you some time trying to redownload it


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