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Installation failure

Tapani Kristola
I downloaded the installation files for Open Office 4.1.3., but when I try to open the .dmg file, I get this message

which says that the disc file could not be opened because an image was not recognized. The .dmg file obviously contains nothing as its size is 0 bytes.

Please provide workable installation files.

Best regards
Tapani Kristola
Finland

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Larry Gusaas-4
On 2017-03-23, 5:48 PM Tapani Kristola wrote concerning "Installation failure":

I downloaded the installation files for Open Office 4.1.3., but when I try to open the .dmg file, I get this message

which says that the disc file could not be opened because an image was not recognized. The .dmg file obviously contains nothing as its size is 0 bytes.

Please provide workable installation files.

Best regards
Tapani Kristola
Finland

Your download failed. The .dmg file should be about 180 MB. One of your downloads is empty. The other is a partial download of 60.3 MB.

Download again from http://www.openoffice.org/download/index.html


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