Learn How to Repair Windows XP ZIP File?

Repair Windows XP ZIP

“Recently I downloaded large size ZIP file from internet to my Windows XP Operating System. I used some unsecure tool to extract ZIP files but something went wrong and I was unable to perform any action. My ZIP file is corrupted and even I have not maintained any backup of it. Please repair ZIP on Windows XP. Is there any way that will help me in fixing ZIP in Windows XP? Can I be able to repair ZIP in Windows XP.”

ZIP is widely used achieve file format popular in internet. ZIP file might contain one or more files or folders in it and supports lossless data compression. ZIP format is used to send large size files in compressed form over the internet. It also has many advantages over other format such as encryption, easy transfer and many more. Despite having many advantages, ZIP files are more prone to data corrupt situations. You might come across ZIP file corruption many times in life if you are dealing with ZIP files stored in Windows system.

Causes which lead to ZIP file corruption in Windows XP:

  • Due to CRC error ZIP file may become corrupt or damaged
  • Zip files may not be extracted if  header file is damaged
  • Virus infection in Windows XP system can lead to ZIP file corruption
  • Improper downloading also can cause file corruption
  • Using unreliable third party application to extract ZIP files also lead to file corruption in Windows XP
  • Other reasons are application termination, Bad sectors on hard drives, etc.

However, most computer user lives in misconception that once data is corrupted it cannot be repaired. But the fact is it can be fixed using ZIP repairing tool. Using such tool corrupt ZIP file is repaired without modifying original content and totally creating new healthy ZIP file.

Why Remo Repair ZIP Utility?

Remo Repair ZIP utility has the most powerful repairing algorithm that will repair ZIP on Windows XP effectively. It also has the ability to repair corrupt or inaccessible ZIP file quickly. With the aid of this software, you can perform corrupt 7Z file repair process when your 7z files become unreadable due to corruption issues. This tool is compatible with all latest versions of Windows Operating System including Windows 8.1. Application provides very user friendly interface so that both technical and non technical users can use it without any expert’s help. Installation of Remo Repair ZIP Tool is free from harmful viruses thus is safe to use. 24X7 technical support is facilitated to user by qualified team.

Significant features:

  • Capability in mending ZIP in Windows XP
  • Repairs both ZIP and ZIPX file formats without any complications
  • This Windows repair ZIP file tool easily fixes password protected files
  • Mends large size ZIP files of 4GB or more
  • Ability to fix ZIP file with CRC error
  • Supports saving of repaired file in any accessible drive or other storage devices
  • Fixed files can be viewed using “Preview” option
  • Free demo version is available to evaluate performance

Handy Tips to avoid ZIP file corruption:

  • Avoid interruption while downloading process.
  • Use secure tool to extract ZIP files.
  • Maintain multiple copies of valuable files.
  • Protect your system using good antivirus.


Procedure to Repair Windows XP ZIP :

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.

Repair ZIP File in Windows XP - Select ZIP File

Figure 1: Select ZIP File

Step 2: The application scans and repairs the corrupt ZIP file. View the repair progress in the progress bar.

Repairing ZIP on Windows XP - Repair Process

Figure 2: Repair Process

Step 3: After completion of file repair process you can preview the repaired ZIP file.

Repair ZIP File on Windows XP - Preview Repaired File

Figure 3: Preview Repaired File

Step 4: At last save the repaired ZIP file to your desired destination location.

Windows XP ZIP File Repair - Save Repaired File

Figure 4: Save Repaired File