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If FileInstall('image.png', @ScriptDir) = 0 Then
    MsgBox(0, "Unexcepted Error", "Damaged file")

Will it make any difference if the file was unable to extract?

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Of course it makes a difference.  You should normally check if a resource exists before you try to access it.

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