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This keeps saying the file is corrupt when I download it?
Did you rename the file (removing the .img) before double clicking?
 
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These are taken from the "Motorola Device Manager" install package.
Just remove the ".img" from the file and install (can't upload a .msi file)
HOW!!!!

How do you remove the ".img" from the file?????!!!!!!!
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HOW!!!!

How do you remove the ".img" from the file?????!!!!!!!
Just rename file to remove .img

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I dont get that option??

Im using Windows 7 professional 64 bit.

When i rename a file, it does not allow me to change the file extension?

When i click it to rename it, the file does not even end with ".img", it ends with ".msi" but windows still sees it as a "Disk Image File".

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I dont get that option??

Im using Windows 7 professional 64 bit.

When i rename a file, it does not allow me to change the file extension?

When i click it to rename it, the file does not even end with ".img", it ends with ".msi" but windows still sees it as a "Disk Image File".

I guess you don't see the extension (the real one) because the default setting on your Windows explorer is set to hide extensions.
You can either go to "Tools->Folder Options->View" and look for something like "Hide extension for know types",
or open a CMD (Start menu->run->cmd.exe) go to whatever directory you saved the file, and rename the file manually with:
ren Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi.img Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi

like this:
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C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads>dir
 Volume in drive C is WIN
 Volume Serial Number is 5C03-D9BA

 Directory of C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads

07/04/2014  19:32    <DIR>          .
07/04/2014  19:32    <DIR>          ..
05/04/2014  09:36         3,533,312 Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi.img
               1 File(s)      3,533,312 bytes
               2 Dir(s)  16,657,420,288 bytes free

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads>ren Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi.img Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads>dir
 Volume in drive C is WIN
 Volume Serial Number is 5C03-D9BA

 Directory of C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads

07/04/2014  19:32    <DIR>          .
07/04/2014  19:32    <DIR>          ..
05/04/2014  09:36         3,533,312 Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi
               1 File(s)      3,533,312 bytes
               2 Dir(s)  16,657,420,288 bytes free

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads>
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I guess you don't see the extension (the real one) because the default setting on your Windows explorer is set to hide extensions.
You can either go to "Tools->Folder Options->View" and look for something like "Hide extension for know types",
or open a CMD (Start menu->run->cmd.exe) go to whatever directory you saved the file, and rename the file manually with:
ren Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi.img Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi

like this:
Code:
C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads>dir
 Volume in drive C is WIN
 Volume Serial Number is 5C03-D9BA

 Directory of C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads

07/04/2014  19:32    <DIR>          .
07/04/2014  19:32    <DIR>          ..
05/04/2014  09:36         3,533,312 Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi.img
               1 File(s)      3,533,312 bytes
               2 Dir(s)  16,657,420,288 bytes free

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads>ren Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi.img Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads>dir
 Volume in drive C is WIN
 Volume Serial Number is 5C03-D9BA

 Directory of C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads

07/04/2014  19:32    <DIR>          .
07/04/2014  19:32    <DIR>          ..
05/04/2014  09:36         3,533,312 Motorola_Mobile_Drivers_64bit.msi
               1 File(s)      3,533,312 bytes
               2 Dir(s)  16,657,420,288 bytes free

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Downloads>
Thanks for your help! Really appreciate it.

I got impatient and just ended up transferring the file to my device, and using es file explorer to rename the file, then transferred it back to my PC.

But I will unhide my file extensions to save myself the headache for next time!
Phones: Motorola Atrix 4G ---> Samsung Galaxy Nexus (temporarily) ---> LG Optimus 3d ---> Samsung Galaxy SII LTE Skyrocket ---> LG Optimus G ---> Sony Xperia ZL ---> Motorola Moto G
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Thanks: XDA and all its members. Without you I'd still be an uneducated bumpkin complaining about my shi**y phone.

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