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Old 30.01.2019, 18:12
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HashInfo:TYPE:MD5|Hash:519948ac0ddd2aa3283f5659e19aadf5|Trustworthy:true|Forced:false|HashResult:fc6 1f46a7bd59abcbc99eb061a916cde=false
So either those files are broken on disk or the provided MD5 is invalid.

How do you know that those files are not damaged? A single bit may change the resulting MD5 and so the file is no longer the original and still may play just fine or the error goes unnoticed.

You should check your memory with memtest86 (do not use windows memory tester) and also check smart values of your disk.
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