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i get this diagnostic message whenever i try to extract some files from
a cd onto the hard drive
i am not sure what it means or how to correct it
would appreciate some help

"! G:\rld-fi07.r00: You need to start extraction from a previous volume to unpack rld-fi07.iso"
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Kurenai

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It looks like you're unpacking a badly built part archive. Try starting from a different file (such as the last in the series), but it may just be corrupt.
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there is one file split into about 14 files in each cd
could u tell me the way to join all the files using win rar
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Fenor

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The rld-fi07.r00 corresponds to an illegal download of the game Fifa 07, and as such we cannot help you because downloading illegal software goes against the ToS of this site.

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What Fenor said.

This topic is closed.
If you feel this was unjust PM one of the Moderators or Administrators.

Regards,
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