How to fix corrupted .RAR archives?

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How to fix corrupted .RAR archives? I see CRC error message when attempt to open my WinRar archive.

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Try the The Winrar repair tool  which repairs the crc error file in winzip and check this Repair and Extract Invalid ZIP Files

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  • carlosdl
    if you downloaded the file from the internet, you will probably need to download it again.

    Also, it could mean that the media where the file was saved (hard disk, CD, DVD, USB drive, etc) is damaged.

    For more suggestions see: Suggest me please how to fix currupt RAR files?
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  • rosecarter
    WinRar provides you the option to treat the corrupt RAR file. You can search for the steps or simply open the file in WinRar by selecting the "treat the corrupt archive file as zip" check box.

    Refer to - http://curah.microsoft.com/80551/how-to-repair-corrupted-compressed-or-archived-files-zip-rar-7zip-tar-targz
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  • crewjames21
    Recently I have used Remo Repair RAR app to repair my RAR file after corrupt, which contained very important files. Try once..
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