Recently I sliced a ZIP file of around 400 MB into three halves using WinRAR in Windows 7.Though Windows 7 operating system provides option to join them,I do not know how to merge them into one.So I used a third party utility to do the work but it failed and throws errors “unable to read file”.
ZIP files are the files that are compressed and decrypted for the purpose of secure transmission,also to avoidinfection of vulnerable threats to data. The splitting option in the WinRAR software gives the user to split larger files. Some files may size larger even after the encryption process. These large sized files are difficult to transmit. Therefore, for mobility purpose splitting the compressed files is necessary. There are ultimately some drawbacks too.
Incase if any of the splitfiles is found missing or corrupted you cannot be able torejoin the pieces back. Though there is no optimal solution for the ZIP file missing process, you can eventually repair the corrupted ZIP file using a worthy tool called Remo Repair ZIP.
The Windows 7 operating system itself by default provide an option to compress and extract the ZIP files but unfortunately it supports onlyformats developed by Microsoft. To do that, select all the splits; right click in it and then select “extract here”.However, if any of the ZIP file is corrupted or failsto open then Windows 7 will struggle to extract the content.Be less worried because Remo Repair ZIP will always be there with you as a guard to save ZIP files from this crisis.
Remo Repair ZIP has a potential algorithm that will redesign and extract the internal structure contentof the corrupted ZIP files. Here in splitted ZIP files the header is the most important part. It acts as a pointer and index to the actual data that are covered. Remo Repair ZIP successful mends these breakages and extracts all the data available inside the corrupted ZIP file.
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NOTE: If you also need to repair corrupted RAR file, then please read this page here.