When using WinZip or WinRar for GPO4 I was unable to get the audio samples to load, getting an error message during the installation process that said both applications could not find the compressed samples. Both did extract a samples folder that had .data files in it, which I guess might be the compressed sample folder in question. Tony suggested the problem might be a corrupted download.
After 2 more downloads, to make sure I didn’t get a corrupted file, I still ran across the same problem, with both zip extractors. So, I decided to try my other computer. While this computer is too weak to use GPO4, it extracted all the files without a problem. I then copied the audio samples folders over to the program on my other computer, and so far, this seems to be working fine.
When trying a notation program, and another zipped program, I recall I had the same problem of not being able to properly extract audio files on this particular computer. Any of you computer savvy forum members have an explanation for this audio extraction problem? Using WindowsXP Home Edition and McAfee security suite on both computers, with no other programs running during setup. Main difference is Core2 Duo processor on the problem computer.