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How do you unzip file with jZip?? Dumb person need specific instructions.....

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  • alanlostweig Mar 07, 2009

    FILES are

  • alanlostweig Mar 07, 2009

    Files are listed as CAP files, I think this is the problem.But I don't know howo to fix it HELLLLLLLP

  • alanlostweig Mar 07, 2009

    yes it goes to the archive screen,which isn't helping

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When you double click on your file it should automatically open with Jzip, if not then drag your file onto the jzip icon, after it opens up you should see all the zipped files, at this point just click on the extract button at the top to take the files out.

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  • Nicholas Lussier Mar 07, 2009

    What is the trouble when you click extract?

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Unpack zip files by the means of win zip archive repair

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Can't open download files


Either:

1) the original files are corrupt
2) the original files are encrypted
3) the downloaded files are corrupt
4) the downloaded files require being unzipped and you have no "unzipper" installed such as 7 Zip.
5) the downloaded files, if already unzipped, have no program assigned to read their specific format

Just what operating system were the files originally created upon and what software was used to create them? IF you don't know, try the followsing:

Determine their file type (their extension, such as .pdf, .doc, .jpg, etc.. Google "how to open "fill in" files (the file type). Try installing a program that reads that extension. If you already have one, try opening the file with a double click and when it asks for which program to use to open it, then pick the one already installed that your research says will open it.

It seems unlikely all the files would be corrupt. It is more likely that you do not presently have a program that can open that file type. You may have to convert the file type into another type of file for which you have software that can open it. Generally, there is freeware available that can open most file types.

Mar 04, 2015 | PC Desktops

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How to enable onboard sound


Using a Dell Precision 360 desktop computer as the product problem,

http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/Product/precision-360

,and Windows XP as the Operating System; click on the blue Down Arrow to the left of - Audio (1)

Click on the blue -> Analog Devices - Driver
To the right of File Format: click on the blue - Download File

Under the heading - Choose Download Method, make sure there is a Green dot in the small circle, to the left of -
Single - file download

If there isn't a green dot left-click in the small circle, to the left of Single - file download.
Now click on Continue in the blue oval.

A small window will come up on the right -
Opening R56339.EXE
Left-click on Save File

Another small window will come up on the left. Allow the file to fully download, then DOUBLE-click right on the file name.
This is a Zip file. You may have to 'unzip' it.

[A Zip file is a compressed file. To 'unzip' it is to 'un-compress' the file. A Zip file is used to send large amounts of information more easily ]

If you have to unzip it go to the far left side. Left-click on Extract all files.
At the bottom of the next 3 small windows click on Next, Next, and Finish.

Or follow the easy instructions if they differ.
(If the zip file opens into many smaller files, DOUBLE-click on one that ends in .exe, or Installer )

After you have installed the audio (Sound) driver, restart your computer, if not asked to do so.

Also look in the System Tray at the bottom of your Windows desktop screen. The Volume icon looks like a little speaker. RIGHT-click on it. Left-click on Open volume control.
Make sure it is UP, and turned ON.

If after all of this there is no sound, turn the computer off normally. Let it sit for 1 minute, then turn it back on.

Still no? Then I suggest the audio chipset is bad on your motherboard. It is Integrated Audio.
Another term for Integrated is OnBoard.
ON the motherBOARD.

If your OnBoard Audio is bad then I suggest a Sound Card. There are economical models out there, that will make your integrated audio sound like a tin can.

One example,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=1111756&CatId=2769

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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I downloaded jzip but need instructions on how to use it


after downloading and installing jzip,
right-click the file you wish to decompress find the jzip option in the right click menu. click extract to folder or extract all or extract to /[file name].
alternatively you can right click compressed .zip or .rar files and choose open with... browse to jzip and the compressed file will open with a jzip window. you can then choose extract all or extract to folder to move the files out of the compressed file into an accessible place on your computer.

Jul 24, 2011 | PC Desktops

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I can not play my music,it say's that files is compressed?what will i do?tnx


You need to use a program to unzip the files. These files are compressed to save room and once you decompress them you can actually play the files. I would personally recommend using either winzip or 7zip. Once you have downloaded that program and installed it you can use it to decompress the file in question. Hope that helps!

Jul 19, 2011 | PC Desktops

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How to unzip jzip files?


There is a software to open zip files. Download it from internet......
Also you u r using Windows XP then right click on the zip file and select "Extract" and Next then in the same location you will get an funzipped older.

Feb 24, 2011 | PC Desktops

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What video driver do you use in Acer Aspire SA80 with SiS FX/GX Mirage Graphics


The SiS driver that Acer offers for the Aspire SA80,

http://support.acer.com/drivers_download.aspx

On this page under,

A) Select Product Family
Left-click on Desktop

B) Select Product Line
Left-click on Aspire

C) Select Product Model
Scroll the side bar down, Left-click on Aspire SA80

There are Three VGA drivers listed. You won't see the 3rd one, SiS, until you scroll the side bar down.

VGA SIS VGA Driver 6.14.10.3680
14.6MB 2008/12/10

Left-click on the orange square to the left of this driver file name.
(Has a white down arrow pointing to a line)

A small window will come up.
Opening VGA_SIS_6.14.10.3680_Xpx86.zip

Left-click on the empty circle to the left of - Save File
(If it does not already have a green dot in it)

Now go below, and click on OK.

I suggest you save the file, instead of opening it directly. It is a Zip file, and you may not have an Unzip program on your computer, to 'Unzip' it.

(Zip file is a condensed file. Used to send large files over the internet. You have to un-condense the file, or Unzip it)

If you do not have an unzip program I suggest download 7-Zip. It's free.

Go to the place the Zip file downloaded to.
Either My Documents, or on your desktop screen.
(Start>My Documents. Could also be in a sub-folder of My Documents>Downloads)

Double-click on the file name. (Be sure you have an Unzip program installed before you do)

Follow the simple instructions of the unzip program.

Jan 12, 2010 | Acer Aspire SA80 (ASA80UC4603) PC Desktop

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No system restore


This is normal. As I said, System Restore does not restore your personal files. So, as you said, you unzipped those files to your desktop. That means the 50 files are your personal files. System Restore typically never touches your personal files, so restoring to the previous day would not have removed the 50 files.

So no worries, your System Restore feature is still working as it should.

Let me know if I need to explain anything in more detail or if I can assist you with something else.

May 08, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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No sound etower 533id win98 os


I would try the driver files that Emachine says is right for your computer first before any others. On windows 98, you will need to download a unzipper program such as winzip or RAR to unzip your files. Windows 98 did not ship with a unzip program attatched. once you install the unzip program, double click your zipped file. this will bring up your unzipping program. Choose "unzip all" and make sure you know where the files are unzipped to. Go to that location & look for a "setup.exe or install.bat " file. if there's not one of those, go to your device manager, pick your sound card & click "update driver" then browse to the location that you unzipped the files to, and click "OK"

Feb 14, 2009 | E-Machines etower 533id PC Desktop

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Zip files


My Pleasure....I am glad that I was able to help you regarding the concern.

Nov 14, 2008 | Compaq Presario 5000 PC Desktop

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