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What application(s) could I use to open a ".4" file?

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Deranged Soul

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I recently downloaded a video file which was split into seven ".001" files, which I successfully joined together. However, the joined file is marked as a ".4" file, which I've never heard of, and can't seem to find information as to what a ".4" is. Do you guys have any ideas?
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Your best course of action would be to contact the site or individual from whom you downloaded the file(s).

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Neil Jones

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These files are normally split archive files so typically (but not always) any decent file unzipper program such as WinZip will be able to use them. A lot depends on how the file was made originally as to what to do with it when its been split up.
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