downloaded movie on bittorrent and its in .r00 .r01 ect.

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how do i play these 26 files and make them into the 40 minute long episode they are meant to be??? reply

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10-17-2005 02:21 AM
Evan

These are split archived files that need to be extracted with the use of WinRAR.

1. Download & install WinRAR if you don’t have it already: http://www.rarlabs.com/

2. Right-click the first RAR file (looks like a pack of books tied together) and select “Extract files” and select a destination OR “Extract here” to extract all the split files automatically in the same folder as the archived files.

3. The split files should be joined into one movie file now.

IF, after installing WinRAR, you see no RAR files like the ones I described above and just unspecified files with the extensions .r00, .r01 and so forth, then do the following...

1. Once you have WinRAR installed right-click on the first .001 file and click on Open > Select the program from a list > then select WinRAR.

2. Once you get WinRAR opened click
on “Extract files” and select where you want the movie file to end up.

3. Click OK.

You should have your episode now. :) reply

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10-17-2005 05:21 AM
QBall
134 posts

Thank you, it worked reply

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10-17-2005 05:26 AM
Evan

No problem. Glad to help. :) reply

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10-17-2005 05:57 AM
QBall
134 posts

thank you for the tip, I used WRAR to extract the files, and I used VLC player. I couldn’t play with Media Player because it was playing the movie too fast. reply

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11-10-2005 03:33 AM
rAVE

Thanks, that worked a treat reply

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12-28-2005 12:05 AM
Chattar

I tried extractin the rar file, but an error message pops up “no files to extract” tried repairing the archive, but it didn’t work...is there any way to fix it, or should I try d/ling another copy reply

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03-29-2006 03:32 PM
Rupsa

QBall wrote:
No problem. Glad to help. :)

thanks a lot 4yr help i’ve been searching the whole internet on how to play this split files until i got 2u, thanks again , keep it up reply

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06-19-2006 07:47 AM
naz280

QBall wrote:
These are split archived files that need to be extracted with the use of WinRAR.

1. Download & install WinRAR if you don’t have it already: http://www.rarlabs.com/

2. Right-click the first RAR file (looks like a pack of books tied together) and select “Extract files” and select a destination OR “Extract here” to extract all the split files automatically in the same folder as the archived files.

3. The split files should be joined into one movie file now.

IF, after installing WinRAR, you see no RAR files like the ones I described above and just unspecified files with the extensions .r00, .r01 and so forth, then do the following...

1. Once you have WinRAR installed right-click on the first .001 file and click on Open > Select the program from a list > then select WinRAR.

2. Once you get WinRAR opened click
on “Extract files” and select where you want the movie file to end up.

3. Click OK.

You should have your episode now. :)

thanks a lot 4yr help mate i’ve been searching the whole internet on how to play this split files until i got 2u, thanks again , keep it up reply

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06-19-2006 07:49 AM
naz280

Thanks a lot. Looked everywhere for quick, easy steps & this was great. reply

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03-10-2007 11:58 AM
priscieve

Rupsa wrote:
I tried extractin the rar file, but an error message pops up “no files to extract” tried repairing the archive, but it didn’t work...is there any way to fix it, or should I try d/ling another copy

I am having the same problem, can anyone help with this? reply

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03-14-2007 09:51 AM
hellraisingmonk

I have the same think no files to extract. I dont know what to do I downloaded 300 (300 Spartans Movie) and they are all .r00, .r001...etcLet me know ! reply

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03-21-2007 02:53 PM
alinsme

Did you get the 300 Neptune screener? Top quality :)

Download Winrar Corporate Edition from torrentspy.com reply

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03-22-2007 10:07 PM
bobsterssss

This was a great help but i have no sound! is there a reason behind it? reply

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01-29-2008 02:58 PM
Erm Elp

QBall wrote:
These are split archived files that need to be extracted with the use of WinRAR.

1. Download & install WinRAR if you don’t have it already: http://www.rarlabs.com/

2. Right-click the first RAR file (looks like a pack of books tied together) and select “Extract files” and select a destination OR “Extract here” to extract all the split files automatically in the same folder as the archived files.

3. The split files should be joined into one movie file now.

IF, after installing WinRAR, you see no RAR files like the ones I described above and just unspecified files with the extensions .r00, .r01 and so forth, then do the following...

1. Once you have WinRAR installed right-click on the first .001 file and click on Open > Select the program from a list > then select WinRAR.

2. Once you get WinRAR opened click
on “Extract files” and select where you want the movie file to end up.

3. Click OK.

You should have your episode now. :)

Thanks a lot, your answer it was really helpful. reply

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02-18-2008 07:38 AM
Sparkling Eyes

I extracted the first one and only the first one went to the specified folder, the other files were not extracted. Any help please? reply

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07-21-2008 02:23 PM
Deathshock

omg dude Qball thank u soo much man ur a genious. i can finally watch KEN PARk. ive been trying to find out how to do this. i kept redownloading it and redownloading it. thank u soo much. Hopefully u work with computers cuz ud get far with it because your really good at explaining things. thanks again man. reply

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08-17-2008 09:15 PM
blackdahlia

I keep downloading files and trying 7 zip and winrar and all I get is a img file I can’t do anything with. I have used the method above in the past and it worked but I got a new comp and can’t seam to make it work. reply

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12-01-2008 12:07 AM
zenone

Thanks to QBall, found this on Google and it worked perfectly. reply

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12-10-2008 04:27 AM
house_fan

I did everything above but when i went to play the movie using windows media player it gave an error saying that i was running low on memory. I tried closing all other applications but the same error keeps appearing. Did anyone have a similar problem can someone suggest a solution. reply

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12-31-2008 07:34 AM
Ryanocan

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