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Unzipping A Movie Download


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#1 fishbait71

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Posted 05 November 2005 - 07:10 AM

I'm trying to unzip a movie that I believe is there, at least the k-lite tells me it's complete. I use windowsXP home, so I'm using the info you had on the web site, I have the file, I can see it . But when I use the unzip wizard and get to the window as to which area I want to put it in it tells me theres nothing there to unzip.
I'm not a stupid person but that doesn't make sense. :thumbsup:

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Posted 09 November 2005 - 07:17 PM

at least the k-lite tells me it's complete.


I don't understand that. Can you explain what you mean?

If you look at the movie file with windows explorer does it have a 'zip' file extension? How big is the file?

so I'm using the info you had on the web site


Can you provide the link, please?

Have you tried using a dedicated file compression program, e.g. WinZip to extract the file?

Do you have sufficient hard drive space to extract the file?

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