Getting File corrupt or DIsk space error while upgrading

Getting File corrupt or DIsk space error while upgrading

Issue : Getting  "File corrupt or Disk space error"  while upgrading OpManager.

Solution: This could be due to unavailable space on the drive where OpManager installed , if that is not the case , if 
              Operating system's  'Regional Options' is not set to  English(United States),  change it to English and try to    
              upgrade  again.

(Start --> Control Panels --> Regional And Language Options --> Change the Regional Options as English (United States). --> Click Apply and OK button)

After upgrade you can revert the changes.

Note : This might also happen if you try to upgrade without "Run as administrator " option. Go to OpManager directory through command prompt with " Run as Administrator " and try the upgrade steps. 

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