I see this is your first post to the c|Net forums, so welcome aboard. Hopefully we will help you to resolve this issue.
I must admit that reading your post was somewhat confusing. You state that you have a "top of the line 64 meg video card" and yet top of line in todays standards are 256 meg or higher. You also state that you have 256 meg of ram, running on Win XP Pro. There are many posts here that will alert you that this is the minimum amount of memory for XP Pro. You also state that you have DSL at 32bps. May I assume this is just a typographical error? The first commercially available modem, in 1978, had a 150bps rate, almost five times faster than what you state as having for DSL.
Could you please give us more information about your computer and modem setup? If you aren't sure, just let us know. It is better to be unsure than to try and solve a problem with erroneous information. In the meantime, I will try and find this program "Ocean Dive" and download it and check it out and see if it is corrupted on my end.
I am having problems downloading the game "OceanDive" from the download.com site on the internet. I get the "corrupted download" message everytime, and later get a message about a problem with "prism" file, that happens to be the first one in the installation process of the program. The corrupted message comes up after installing the program on my computer. I have DSL at 32bps and Windows XP professional OS. I have a top of the line 64meg video card, and 256 meg of ram, so plenty of memory too. I don't know what the problem is except it may be my McAfee Security Suite software causing my problem. But I do not know how to configure it so as not to cause any downloading problems for me, if that is the problem in this case. Any help you can give me on this will be greatly appreciated. I have also contacted Help & Support at download.com by sending them an email to this effect. I'm hoping someone will be able to answer my question soon, as I would like to have this game/screensave program "OceanDive" on my desktop computer. Also, I would like to know if there is a website that has live chat where a person could get help with a problem like this. Thank you for your time. sportmom222.