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There's an issue regarding some of the downloads that I've been wondering about for a while now.
When it comes to older operating systems and software, when I extract these, it shows an error saying that File Explorer couldn't mount the file because the disc image file has been corrupted. Well, actually, this happens with operating systems and software that are in the floppy disk format (ones that contain .img files, including disk001, disk002, etc.) Whenever I try to open something like "disk001", that's when it says it's corrupt.
Now, I am very aware of the "Archive Corruption" thread from a while back in the Site Issues forum, where it says that you have to specifically tell what downloads you are having trouble with; I've been having corruption problems with most floppy image downloads.
I'm also aware of the fact that both WinWorld and Adventure are still under development, which that probably gives me a clue of why this problem happens.
For operating systems, this issue occurs with Windows NT 3.51 and under. Applications, it happens for almost all of those downloads.