Disk Image can't be open Because it is not recognized?

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  1. DomoGoesNOM

    DomoGoesNOM Registered

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    I have QQ messenger (Just a messenger I use with my friends) on my Macbook Pro.
    It had some kind of problem so I deleted it from my applications and dock into the trash.
    I emptied the trash because I thought that If I deleted it I could just re-install Qq messenger and the problem would be gone.

    I downloaded it and when I went to open it, this popped up: http://i950.photobucket.com/albums/ad343/iKawaiiChan/ScreenShot2011-09-10at81456PM.png
    I'm not sure what to do since I'm not good with this tech stuff.
    I'm not really sure where to put this question either so I just put it here. :eek:
    Please help.
     
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    That message usually means that the image file that you have downloaded cannot be opened, often because the image download is corrupted.
    Download the file again.
     
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    I've tried downoading it again but the same thing pops up.
     
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    I downloaded it from the link on this page, and it worked fine:

    http://im.qq.com/qq/apple/mac/

    What version of OS X are you running? Have you done all the "voodoo" repairs, like running a "Repair Permissions" procedure?
     
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    Well
    I'm not really sure what to do I'm a first time Mac user so..
    And I don't know anything about the repair procedure. :eek:
    I'm using OS X Lion
     
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    Open your Applications folder, then Utilities. Open Disk Utility, select your hard drive, and click Repair Disk Permissions.
     
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    Oh It helped Thank you so much! :D
     

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