Downloading and image downloading/moving problems

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Lucky13th

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I am having problems with downloading like zip and installation files. When ever I download a installation file like say Quicktime 7 it would be corrupted about 50%-75% of the time I download it.
Zip files usually have atleast one file that has a "CRC check failed" and sometimes if I try to extract that file once again it doesn't give me that message. I tried to reinstall WinZip again but it still gives me the problem so don't think it is the programs fault.

Image problems happen when I try to move a picture file to another folder or when I try to save an image(less likely to happen but still once in a while). It seems like the higher the resolution or size of the image the more likely it would happen. Also though I am not sure but if it try to move a large number of picture files at once it happens more often though maybe it is just because I am moving more picture files.

Here is an example of what happens when I try to move/download a picture file:
Note: it is just a random picture that I downloaded to use as an example. The white part on the top of the image is normal it was part of the original image.

The orginal: http://img402.imageshack.us/img402/4986/cars4yv.jpg
Some of the images that got "screwed up". I move 128 copies of the image at once.
http://img402.imageshack.us/img402/5725/car10np.jpg
http://img402.imageshack.us/img402/8219/car21cz.jpg
http://img402.imageshack.us/img402/9374/car32kj.jpg

The comp is a Win2k but not sure what service pack. I am sure it is not service pack 4, though I have an update rollup for service pack 4... So if anyone can offer me some help it would be greatly appreciated since I really don't know what to do..
 
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