Anybody have the sha256 sum of SurfacePro4_BMR_155_4.53.0.zip

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  1. Votality

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    Hi,

    I'm having trouble downloading the recovery image again. This time the new one. Can someone please give me the sha256 of: (the 7ip context menu is probably the easiest way to generate it)

    SurfacePro4_BMR_155_4.53.0.zip

    Thanks in advance....

    Vot

    P.S As a side note why the hell cant you resume the recovery image downloads.. They need to make the download support the Microsoft Download Manger.
     
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  2. Votality

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    After a number of download attempts I finally got it to download. The zip tests ok and its sha256 sum is:

    sha256: 255D33144CB0F076661395B1C7190BAA893F707ECDD25CCB65C752A978350453
     
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    Has anybody download this and have a hash of the file? When i download this file i get no errors. When I unzip it it also has no errors. Even when i install windows I get no errors. But after my system is recovered if i run sfc /scannow it says that the opencl.dll (from remote fx vm setup package) is corrupted.

    See the sfc log
    [​IMG]


    Surely the installer doesn't have corrupt files out of the box.
     
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    I feel you may be worrying about something that isn't a problem. The most recent updates have fixed most of the scannow errors. That doesn't mean your download was somehow corrupt.
     

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