Failed to correctly acquire intaller_nodejs_windows.msi file: CRC error
I am getting an error:
Failed to correctly acquire intaller_nodejs_windows.msi file: CRC error.
When trying to install Aptana_Studio_3_Setup_3.6.1. I also installed node-v4.2.1-x64.msi (restarted the system) and Git-2.6.2-64-bit, but still not able to install and getting the above error. Please advise.
I wasn't able to locate installer_nodejs_windows.msi on my PC, so I downloaded it separately from here: http://go.aptana.com/installer_nodejs_windows
After installing Node JS for Windows, I was able to successfully install Aptana.
Note: Above link no longer seems to be working. Looks like you can download Node JS separately from here: https://nodejs.org/download/release/v0.10.13/
The current version of Aptana requires a Node version between 0.8.X and 0.11.X. I recommend a 0.10.X version of Node.
The next release (in November) will allow compatibility with Node 4.2.1.
Basically, create the folder you want to extract Aptana to, and then use this command:
This is a cut and paste from an earlier entry and it worked for me.
Go to my computer and in the search button write installer_nodejs_windows.msi. It leads you to one search which is something like windows installer. Please click it and install the node that has been already provided to you rather than installing it by yourself. In this way, after a series of installation, set up the aptana and proceed accordingly. It gets installed.
Right click the Aptana Studio setup file and click "Run as Administrator". Worked for me.
Its is most probably the lack of admin rights that is preventing Aptana setup from making changes to your computer by installing nodejs, git, etc prerequisites.
The latest node.js versions wouldn't work for my Aptana, but an older version did which I found here,
I have solved this issue using following steps
- Rename installation file as aptana.exe
- Copy and paste aptana.exe into c drive
- Open cmd with Run as administrator
- In cmd write command C:/aptana.exe /passive /norestart (Put space before /passive and /norestart)