“Recently I downloaded large RAR file size from internet. After successful downloading I open large RAR files but was unable to do so. Again later I tried extracting Large RAR files but was in vain. Now I am wondering how to extract large RAR files from Windows Operating System? Please help me in solving these problems. Thank you in advance”
RAR is the best compression technique used to compress large size files. This type of files is easily available over internet. RAR files are easily transferred over internet and introduction of CRC error is also low. But what if you are not able to extract large size files due to corruption? It is very important to extract files once you have compressed it. Once in a life time you may come across such RAR corruption situations. Causes for RAR file corruption are
Remo Repair RAR can easily extract large size RAR file without modifying original content. It is the most powerful tool with dynamic and robust repairing algorithm which will easily repair corrupt or damaged RAR files. It also has the capability in repairing RAR files corrupted due to various reasons. It is user friendly and budget friendly. This utility provides free demo version so that users can check its performances before purchasing paid version. If any query related to product then 24X7 technical assistance is also provided. This tool is the most secure tool as installation process is free from harmful viruses.
Step 1: Download Remo Repair software and install it to your computer / laptop. Run the software and follow the given procedure. Make use of “Browse” button to select your corrupt RAR file which is to be repaired. Initialize the repair process by clicking on “Repair” button.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Moniter the RAR file repair process through progress bar.
Figure 2: Repairing Progress
Step 3: Allow the repair process to complete, after repair completion the application shows all the files and folders from your corrupt RAR file
Figure 3: Preview Repaired File
Step 4: Save the repaired WinRAR file to your desired destination location by using “Save” option.
Figure 4: Save Repaired File