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7z corrupt archive help

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#1 kanaGen


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Posted 14 October 2017 - 02:14 PM

I'm not sure if this is a correct place to post this, however I need help repairing a corrupted 7z archive. This happened roughly 2 weeks ago: I was adding an mp4 file to a .7z archive. At the end of the adding, creating header, 7-ZIP crashed and my archive became corrupt. I had approx. 5 other mp4 files in that archive. I can't understand how to use the far hex manager, and using other programs like winrar can't repair the file. Winrar in particular tells me since it's not a rar or zip file it can't repair it. Even if I can only get the names of the file within would be sufficient as they were episodes I had Favorited of an incredibly long show, 800 episodes+, so I can re-download them if I knew the episode numbers.

Edited by kanaGen, 15 October 2017 - 01:19 AM.

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