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I've had a problem before with this. It didn't said it was corrupt but some other error. Anyway that problem was caused because I ran it with a 64bit JDK. However it doesn't works with a 64bit JDK, you need to install a 32bit JDK next to it. Then in the installer folder, you have a 'java' file without any extension. Open it in notepad and you'll see it contains the path to your 64bit JDK installation. Edit it to the path of your 32bit JDK, save and reinstall.
This might be your problem.
Edited by: user8973897 on 23-feb-2011 5:05