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nvm I found the originals, thanks..
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might help: http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2041377
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Thanks for the help, but I found the originals by googling thanks again.

For those of you who don't know how to check hashes, you can Download HashCheck and install it, it's a good* freeware, to check MD5 or sha1 Hashes on ANY File to compare it to the original hashes to verify that the file is in fact 100% good & Original! I use this a lot when I download distros of Linux, or to verify none of my critical important files are damaged! Simply rightclick on the file to create a checksum file, or when you right click on the file you can select properties and go to the Checksum Tab to find the checksums (calculated real time). It's also a great tool to ensure archives or backups have not been damaged or altered by malware or hackers.

*Good meaning it's spyware/malware/virus free 100% (tested by pros).
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