Have you ever been in a situation, where in you downloaded a large ZIP archive but when you tried to extract the contents of the ZIP file you encountered CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) error. After which you were not able to access any of the files present in the ZIP archive. Don’t worry, if you have encountered a problem similar to this, because cases like this are very common these days but you can easily repair such damaged ZIP files. You must be thinking how? The answer is with the help of Remo Repair software. Before moving ahead with the repair process, let us first see what CRC error is and the reasons behind ZIP file corruption.
CRC stands for Cyclic Redundancy Check. It is an error-detection process which helps you determine whether the data sent and received are the same. If the check matches, the computer assumes that the ZIP files as error free, however if doesn’t match you get CRC error notification. Without proper aid, extracting the contents from the corrupt ZIP file is almost inaccessible. Nevertheless, as said before you can use Remo Repair software to repair CRC error in ZIP file.
You can easily eliminate any CRC error problem associated with your ZIP archive using Remo Repair software. This application does rigorous scanning of your corrupt / damaged ZIP archive and extracts each and every file from it. More to this, the tool repairs corrupt ZIP archive of size more than 4GB. In addition, the tool allows you to preview the contents of the repaired ZIP file before saving process. Furthermore, the tool is compatible to run on all the latest Windows operating system including Windows XP / Vista / 7 and 8.
Step 1: Download and install Remo Repair to your computer. Launch the software and follow the onscreen procedures. Click on “Browse” button to choose your corrupt ZIP file. Start the repair process by clicking on "Repair" button.
Figure 1: Select ZIP File
Step 2: The application scans and repairs the corrupt ZIP file. View the repair progress in the progress bar.
Figure 2: Repair Process
Step 3: After completion of file repair process you can preview the repaired ZIP file.
Figure 3: Preview Repaired File
Step 4: At last save the repaired ZIP file to your desired destination location.
Figure 4: Save Repaired File