how to open .r00 (or) .roo extension files

Page 1 of 61 3 4 last »

07-18-2005 01:35 AM


I am having four files with these extensions i don’t know how to open but it is a important files for me which contains study material so plese help me reply


07-19-2005 05:01 PM

A RAR sequence always starts with .rar, .r00, .r01, .r02 ....etc. U can try WinRAR altho i doubt it’ll open as it’ll ask to state the location of files starting with .rar

My guess is that what u have is only part of a sequence and not the whole. Still if there are a number of files in the r00 file u have (even though it’s part of a sequence), maybe u can can extract only the complete file/s in it and not all. Just try.

Cheers ! reply


07-19-2005 05:17 PM

Just unrar/zip with this software. reply


08-15-2006 09:47 AM

I have just download an .iso file, composed of 70 files ( .r001 .. .r070 ) without any .rar . what can I do ? reply


08-18-2006 02:36 AM

I’ve d/l movies from BitComet & I can’t open them..Checked the file is R00..what’s dat,man?How do i open to view it? reply


01-19-2007 12:27 AM

how do i watch a roo file reply


02-14-2007 02:52 PM

I’ve d/l a movie that is a roo file and can’t play it...need reply


03-12-2007 09:25 AM
May Help

Use Winrar to extract your files, ensure that they are all in one folder, it should extract them as .img files then just rename the type of file to an .iso file, you should now be able to use Nero to burn to disc reply


04-14-2007 02:47 AM
Thanks 4 The Help

i have .r00 to .r64
I am not sure what to do.
Each of these files are the same size, when extracting them to the same folder it asks if I would like to overwrite the files. I have been trying to figure this out all day, thanks for the help. reply


05-26-2007 11:46 AM
Thanks for the tip

I right-clicked on the first one, .r00, and opened it with UnRarX [i’m a mac user]... extracted them all into .avi... thanks reply


06-22-2007 05:40 AM

i slected all and it had the option to add them to a .rar file do that and there will be a folder at bottom with all fo them, not sure what that does trying now, but try that, select all .r00 and right click (need winrar) reply


06-29-2007 01:19 AM

guys i have a r00 file and whenever i try to use winrar to open it , it asks for volume one which i don’t have and don’t know from where to get so how do i open my file reply


07-20-2007 03:19 PM

dude all you do is right click on the .r00 file and click “extract to ____". it will create a folder with a movie file in it. delete all the other files except for the folder and watch the movie reply


08-03-2007 08:13 PM

Thanks GUYS!!!! was jus browsing for a solution and came across this - you’ve made my day!!! Can now use azereus properly as now i can make sense of those .r00 files!!! Thanks so so much!! reply


08-15-2007 10:07 AM
1 posts

bro i download movie with r00 file but i cant but i cannot play it.pls help me.what codec shouldi need to be downloaded. reply


08-16-2007 09:46 PM

I’ve read over all the previous posts and have gotten to the point where the files have been “Extract To..." in WinRAR, which successfully created one file. The problem is that when I go to play the movie, I can only get sound but no visual. Others who’ve downloaded this torrent report that it’s of good movie quality, etc. so I’m feeling that maybe I’ve done something wrong... ANY IDEAS? Any help is appreciated.

Thanks! reply


10-23-2007 10:31 PM

How can I view these .r00, .r01, .rar files?

Those files are actually multi-volume RAR archives. Each part of the archive has a separate

extension, with .rar being the first. So, for example, a 5-part archive called clip would

consist of: clip.rar, clip.r00, clip.r01, clip.r02 and clip.r03

RAR is an archiving program similar in concept to WinZIP, so the archives could (in theory)

contain pretty much anything. On a.b.p.j-g, they’re almost certain to contain an AVI (or MPEG)

video clip.

Now to the nitty-gritty.

PC users should get the “WinRAR” program from

Next, make sure you’ve got all the parts of the archive, saved as separate files, in the same

folder. For a 5-part archive, you should have .rar, .r00, .r01, .r02 and .r03.

To unpack the archive, feed the .rar file to WinRAR. This will automatically process all the

other parts, resulting in a decoded AVI (or MPEG) file. reply


10-23-2007 10:43 PM

If you’e only getting sound and no picture, you’re probably missing the codec it needs for that viewer. I had this problem with QuickTime for Windows, and it wanted me to buy a codec to be able to play it right. Being a cheap guy, I defered to Windows Media Player (11), and I got the whole thing working...sound and picture. Hope that works for you. reply


02-03-2008 08:17 AM

I’ve downloaded some RAR, r00, r01, r02 etc files with torrent:

But when i open the RAR file, it looks like this:

and it isn’t a proper file so i can’t extract it. I’ve opened the RAR file with VLC media player, but it only plays the first part of the RAR. It doesn’t play the next ones.

How do i get the player to play the whole thing? every .r00, r01 file...instead of stopping after the RAR file reply


02-09-2008 02:18 PM
1 posts

open winRAR and select the folder with all the files, then highlight all the r00-r99 files and click extract and extract it in a new folder and automatically they will be merged together reply


Page 1 of 61 3 4 last »

Post Your Answer

Your reply
Your name
or log in
Verify you're human

By submitting this form you agree to our posting rules,
privacy policy and our disclaimer.