Sunday, July 06, 2008

Is it possible to extract data from rar archives without having (some) last volume(s)?

On Yahoo! Answers I found the answer is no. But I think it must be yes. With the unrar tool, for example:

$ unrar x -kb Top.Gun.1986.DUAL.HDRip.XviD.AC3.-HQ-ViDEO.part01.rar

Version for Windows can be found. But you need to type the full path, or add the path to environmental variables. You know how :).


Website Data Extraction Software said...

Hello all,

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Web Grabber said...

RAR archive is simply used to contain data in a compressed form. They have greater ease of use since sharing and storing files is relatively simple in this format. Thanks a lot.