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packed data crc faild. the volume is corrupt


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MahatmaGandi

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every time i try to extract somthing i get this error! packed data crc faild. the volume is corrupt!
i have treid using evry extracting program on the market i evan formated my computer and it still dosent work.
i have lucked into many forums and found nothing
hope someone can help because i im out of ideas
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its means the source your trying to extract is corrupted. What are you trying to extract and where did you get it?
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its evrithing i try to extract, files are not corrupt because i extracted them on a nother computer. and i know its nat RAM because i went and bought newones today and tested them.
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Please provide an example. I generally use winrar for all of my zip, rar, and other compressed files.
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i found an answer but i still dont know what the problem was and it would be great if someone could give me an answer whay it worked when I set bios an defoult.
thank you for your help. this live chat is great.

P.S. : I used a lot of programs winrar, 7zip, universal extractor...
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you mean you reset bios settings to default. Were you over clocking?
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yes i mean reset bios settings to default. but it was not me who was over clocking it was my brother and i did not know.
sorry for my bad english but im using a dictionary to write this and thank you agein for your help. i hope this post will help enybody with brothers.
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