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Issue Extracting .zip files.


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Those unzip fine for me too.
Try using 7-Zip to extract your files from the command line: http://dotnetperls.com/7-zip-examples
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hmm, odd. ill try the command line. i usually get a similar error with 7-zip. only instead of saying some files have been blocked it justs blocks it and doesnt say anything.
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command line worked fine. file has been extracted. also i figured out that if i try to extract files with 7-zip before anything else, it usually will extract fine. thanks guys!
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Good to see some workarounds working :)
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Appears that the problem is with Windows then. Glad to hear that the commandline version of 7-Zip worked. If you have any more problems or questions, please feel free to ask them. :)
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