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gamefreak
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25 Mar 2008, 7:06 pm

I`m downloading a program off of the internet that is 600Mb. I have to download the program in 70MB Parts.[7 Parts in all] The 7 files are in .rar fomat than the files inside are in .iso format. Does anybody know how to extract all parts correctly using 7-Zip.

Note-I not making a CD. I`m just extracting the .iso file to a folder on the hard drive



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25 Mar 2008, 7:53 pm

install Winrar,
then just right click the .RAR file and select "extract to folder"

to load the .ISO easily, install d-tools(daemon-tools)


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25 Mar 2008, 9:18 pm

oh. Well, that's it, shows' over folks, move along..;)

iso files are usually how you make CDs.



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25 Mar 2008, 9:26 pm

computerlove wrote:
install Winrar,


Why are you recommending shareware (ie: crapware)? I prefer Peazip or 7zip myself. Both of these programs are free and open source and don't contain any junk or expire after 30 days.



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25 Mar 2008, 9:34 pm

Shareware = crapware?
You're basically saying that PC games and most of the software is crap. The first Doom was shareware.

I've heard of corrupted files using 7zip or Peazip, don't remember which and don't have time to check out.

He doesn't even need to open winRar.

WinRar works great even after 30 days.


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