While this page will outline basic solutions: The installer has failed a self-check.
This means that for some actions, the installer file has been altered from its original form.
If you are receiving this problem from an installer located on a disc or other media besides the Internet, then the problem may be due to a hardware failure or more likely the physical media being damaged. If you are receiving read errors with other files on the disc, then the problem is likely due to damaged media.
You will need to contact the source of the physical media for a replacement. When all else fails, you will need to contact either the developers of the software you're attempting to download or your personal computer support channels.
If the install were to continue, the software install would not be complete and will be broken.
To prevent further problems, the installer refused to continue.
If you are reaching this page from an error message, you are having a problem installing a program.
The downloaded file is either incomplete or modified from the original file.
There are a number of ways the developer can modify the script to avoid this issue, but we'll cover steps to fix the problem on your end.If all these steps don't work, please contact the developers or publishers of the software you are attempting to install or your normal computer support channels.