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Likely a problem with download of the ~201MB installation package.

On the download page there is an "Info" link that if opened in another tab
presents you a set of HASH values and recommended (by proximity) download
mirrors to use for your transfer.  This content is managed by The
DocumentFoundation mirroring service provided by the MirrorBrain project.

The MD5, SHA1, SHA256 values listed are each calculated digests or "HASH"
values but each uses a specific algorithm. 
To validate against any of the digest "HASH" values listed you will need a
digest validation tool for that algorithm.

OpenSSL "openssl dgst [md5, sha1, sha256]" commands would be the standard on
Linux and is also available on Unix.  And there are a mix of GUI or command
line tools for Windows. There are also browser add-ons, but I find them

My personal preference for MS Windows is the freeware Hash & CRC utility
from febooti software.  It
integrates into the Windows shell, and is called by selecting the properties
value from the context menu (<right>mouse button).  While it requires
installation, it encourages more routine use of digest verification as you
create, exchange or download files.

Post back if after validating the HASH you find your download was not the


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