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WinZip CRC mismatch error

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Ishan88, Jan 4, 2011.

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  1. Ishan88

    Ishan88 Thread Starter

    Jan 4, 2011
    I am trying to extract a group of files from a .zip archive.
    However, while extracting one of the file, it gives the following error:
    Error: CRC mismatch in file "Visual CertExam Suite\vcem.exe" in the archive "D:\Documents and Settings\ishan.jitendra.mehta\Desktop\Visual CertExam Suite.rar"
    Please note that the archive contains two .exe files. It does not give any error for the other file.
    I also tried to extract it from a friend's computer, but to no avail.
    I am using Winzip 12.1 and Windows XP.
    Please help..
  2. tooke


    Jan 22, 2011
    hi im new here and im having the same kinda problem. so instead of starting a new thread thought i would post it here if i dont get a reply in a few days i will repost it in a new thread

    i downloaded this game and there are multiple parts. (cd1 with 7parts ans cd2 with 8 parts)

    when i try to extract the first file i get this error message.

    Extracting Napoleonic_Wars_CD1\Cossacks 2 - Napoleonic Wars [CD1].mdf Error: CRC mismatch in file "Napoleonic_Wars_CD1\Cossacks 2 - Napoleonic Wars [CD1].mdf" in the archive "C:\Users\Bardelaraz\Downloads\Napoleonic_Wars_CD1.001.rar"

    any help would be much appreciated

    thanks tooke
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