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When you download application installers and other files from the Internet, you may see a verification checksum associated with it. Here is how to use that number.
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If you need more than CRC-32 checksumming options in Disk Utility, a quick hidden preference setting can enable a number of additional options.
If you would like to verify two copies of files or two mirrored directories, there are some Terminal commands that will let you do just that.
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If you run into a problem where a downloaded file cannot be verified, there are a couple of options you can try.