These might help:
Or the windows downloader with 7zip. I do not use download accelerators myself.
Is your C: drive full?
Do you have registry repair software? It is available here:
These were filter as freeware.
I was working with a guy earlier this week on this very same issue we never did figure it out as far as I know. He went AWOL on us.
I seem to be running into the same problem which only is affecting my computer.
I've been attempting to download several large (5 GIG+) sets of files (split into separate .RAR files) from Rapidshare. I can download them fine. My problem is when I try to unpack them.
I randomly seem to run into "crc failed: volume is corrupt" or "packed data - crc failed" errors when trying to unpack these large sets of files (they are DVDs.)
I've used 3 different download accelerators (Internet Download Manager, Rapidget, Orbitdownloader) and they all give me the same problem. Also, I restarted my computer in Safe mode (Running Vista on a 3.2 GHZ, 2 Gigs Ram computer) and downloaded each file, one at a time without an accelerator and had the SAME issue unpacking the files -- random CRC errors.
I tried unpacking them with Winzip but have the same issue. Something is going on. Others have checked the files and they work for them so it's an issue only with me.
Any thoughts? THANKS!