Advanced CAB Repair

Advanced CAB Repair

Advanced CAB Repair is a powerful tool to repair corrupt CAB files
 
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Advanced CAB Repair(ACR) is a powerful tool to repair corrupt CAB files. It can scan the damaged CAB archives and recover your data in them as much as possible, so to minimize the loss in file corruption.
Main features:
1.Support to fix all version of Microsoft cabinet files
2.Support MSZIP, LZX and Quantum compression methods.
3.Support to repair CAB files on corrupted medias, such as floppy disks, Zip disks, CDROMs, etc.
4.Support to repair a batch of CAB files.
5.Provide an EXE stub and output a SFX file when necessary.
6.Integrated with Windows shell, so you can repair a file with context menu in the Explorer easily.
7.Support to find and select the CAB files to be repaired on the client computer.
8.Support drag & drop operation.
9.Support command line parameters.

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