I'll skip any chat about the wrapper as it's done and done at the CNET Download.com forum.
Did you look for a DIRECT DOWNLOAD link under the big download button?
I have downloaded some programs from CNET and when I run the exe it pops up with an error message saying there was a connection error. Which there isn't cuz im on right now lol. I've tried running as Admin and no dice, I've disabled firewall and security software and no dice, I've even allowed it full access and availability through the firewall and still no dice. I have no problem if it is a regular exe. but when it has the green cnet logo on it, I cannot get it to download and install.
You can find my info below.
I am not a newbie when it comes to computers. That is actually my profession. I build, repair, and customize computers and laptops, and I do coding also, mostly web coding, but I think this problem lies with CNET cuz I've done everything on my end. I've even forwarded a port for the downloads and still an error.
I am running Win7 Pro x86. Fresh install. But I have all the drivers installed.
Dell Latitude D830 Intel Core2Duo