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Is your zip file get corrupted due to big file size?

If your zip file is larger than 4 Gigabytes then it might be no longer accessible, and most probably it may got corrupted when you try to unzip the file. In such situations when you create the zip file you'll not receive any error message but after creating you cannot read the file. This issue can occur because the zip file size limit is approximately 4 GB or the file is severely got corrupted.
To resolve this issue, first ensure that you limit the size of a compressed folder to 4 GB or less when you create a compressed folder. Here are a few other points which you also get consider: Browser: Sometimes Internet Explorer often caused this kind of problem. So you can choose another browser like chrome to resolve this issue FTP: If possible, you can try to get download from an FTP server via FTP (File Transfer Protocol) rather than HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol). From the name you can see that FTP is dedicated to transferring files. Command-line download utilities: You can also us…

Is your PowerPoint file really got corrupted?

Have you ever suffer with any PowerPoint file corruption error message. If yes then first answer these questions to ensure that your file is really corrupted:

Is your file password-protected?

If you are trying to open your password-protected file in previous version of PowerPoint then in this case you may also receive PowerPoint file corruption error message.

Did you receive this file by e-mail attachment?

If you receive file by email attachment & give an error message while you trying to open it then you should again try to download it & again try to open it. If you still get corruption error message then ask the sender to send it again.

Are you trying to open PowerPoint file created in a previous version?

If you are trying to open your file in previous version of PowerPoint then you may also receive file corruption error message. In this case you should 'Check for Updates' option from the Help menu then install the Critical Update.

If all above conditions are not true then …

Word File got stuck what to do next?

Are your unable to open a word document, if yes then there are various reasons behind this MS Word Documents behavior. The most common reason is MS Word document corruption. You can try several methods to open your damage documents. Here is the list: 

Method 1: Try to open Damaged Word Document in Draft Mode: 

First you should try to open a document in draft mode. After that when you open the file, you may able to repair corrupt document: Use following steps
1. View menu>>Normal.
2. Tools menu>>Options>>View tab>>Draft Font 

If this solution does not work then try method 2. 

Method 2: Try to Open the File in WordPad:

1.Windows>>Run>>type WordPad>>OK.
2.Now try to open the corrupted document in Wordpad. A dialog box will popup & specify ask for how you want to convert the file. Click to 'No Conversion' button.
3.Now The Word for Windows document is now open as a text file. You may see binary   characters at the beginning and end of the docum…

How to fix Error 'Corrupt JPEG data: extraneous bytes before marker...'

From my experiences, Windows Picture Viewer is the best program to view the photos.  But yesterday I faced a issue with Windows Picture Viewer. It produced an error message while I was trying to open my photos in it. The photos file extension was 'JPEG'. After a quick search online, I have found that it is a commonly occurring issue with many users online, all with different-different picture viewer programs. So it is not exactly happen with Windows Picture Viewer. The full error message is: 'Corrupt JPEG data: extraneous bytes before marker...'
Most Common Causes of this error: 

This error message means that images have been corrupted. Issue with Windows Picture Viewer program.If you are using different Picture Viewer program then there is the possibility that issue will be with your Picture Viewer program.  
Most Possible Solutions: 

Try to open your images in different picture viewer program. If the pictures successfully open then the problem with your picture viewer pr…

Why PDF File display a blank page

Does your Adobe Acrobat viewer not display your PDF files properly or shows a 'blank white screen' while you are trying to open your PDF file? If yes then here is the list of causes & solutions to resolve this issue: 

PDF files are not in a virtual directoryMissing Adobe Reader plug-inOlder version of Internet ExplorerOlder web server version that handles PDF files incorrectly PDF File get damaged
Try following solutions to fix this issue:

Disable "view in browser" feature: If you will disable "View In Browser" feature in your Adobe Acrobat viewer then it will force Acrobat viewer to display PDF file outside the browser in a separate window. This approrch fixes the problem in most of the cases but dont work with IE users.  Check If any problem with 'web server': You should try to open PDF file from Adobe's Web site. If PDF file is display from Adobe's Web site, but not from another site it means that another site server may not be configure…

Top 3 Excel 2010 Data Corruption Scenarios & Solutions

When your Excel File got corrupted then in this case you are unable to access your file. Excel file get corrupted due to multiple reasons, top three are as follows: 

1. Computer gets crash while working on Excel:

In your system get crash while you are working on MS Excel then in this case Excel file get corrupt. Next time when you will try to start Excel, it will display a 'Document Recovery' task pane after rebooting the computer. You can use 'Document Recovery' option to save the recovered Excel workbook by using following steps:

Position the mouse pointer over the workbook listed in the Document Recovery task pane.Click the drop-down menu beside the document name and click Save As on the pop-up menu.Save the workbook.

2. Excel unexpectedly closed due to power failure:  

If Excel closes unexpectedly due to power failure or some other reasons, in this case excel file get corrupt. You can easily recover your corrupt Excel file by using MS Excel built-in 'AutoRecover'…