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Old December 9th 03, 09:55 AM
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Default compressed files


If you're having trouble opening ALL zipped files, your
zipping program may be of an older verison. Grab the
latest winzip or pkzip and try that.


If it's rar'd or uses another compression technology,
download the latest winrar etc.. ...



-----Original Message-----
This is starting to get annoying. I've been trying to
download compressed files. I save them to a folder
titled downloaded files and then when it finishes
downloading I unzip the file but I still can't play the
game. I look for exe but there isn't one within the
file. When I open it before unzipping it it tells me
that the compressed file is corrupt. But it seems that
every compressed file I try to open is corrupt. I just
took it that it couldn't be opened because it hadn't been
unzipped yet but even when it is unzipped I still can't
open the darn thing. Maybe this might help: the file I'm
trying to download is one of those d-mods (for those of
you who are familar with the dink smallwood game). They
can't all be corrupt can they?

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