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LinaBach

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Not at all, but it looks like my .zip archive is crashed. Today WinZip at opening my file has viewed next - File Path: Either multipart or corrupt ZIP archive. I'm not a guru, but I urgently need to open this archive. Any assistance, pats.


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There are other parts to the Zip file that WinZip needs in order to be able to open it, or, if it was a single Zip file, part of the file is missing(/corrupt).


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Not at all, but it looks like my .zip archive is crashed. Today WinZip at opening my file has viewed next - File Path: Either multipart or corrupt ZIP archive. I'm not a guru, but I urgently need to open this archive. Any assistance, pats.

Many people says that such methods is more effective that others, but if you can't repair file zip by ordinary ways, then google say to read that

http://www.wikihow.com/Use-Winrar-to-Fix-Corrupted-RAR-and-ZIP-Archives

http://kb.winzip.com/kb/entry/126/

http://www.erepairzip.com/


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Surely when it comes to corrupt files it is when it is compressed with a lower version. for that if the file has been transferred from a url, it would be more likely to try a different version or a new one.
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