The only way to confirm that you have the full, uncorrupted file is to perform a checksum. For now and the future, the free tool HashTab (just 502KB) will be of great value to you. Download/install version 2.0, then right-click the gom player installer downloaded from Cnet, select Properties, and choose the File Hashes tab. In the Hash Comparison box, paste the below SHA-1 checksum and see if a green checkmark appears (as opposed to a question mark or red X). If so, you have received the full, uncorrupted installer and can turn your attention to resolving a faulty installation rather than a faulty download.
Let us know what the result is.
The SHA-1 checksum is:
I downloaded the gom player here one time with no problems. I had to do a complete systm recovery and lost it. Now when I try to download it, it comes up corrupt, optain new file. I done this a half dozen times with the same results. Does anyone that work here have any way to test the download and make sure its working all right? I'm running windows xp and on dial-up at 44.0 kbps. Any help would be appreceated.