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How to recover damaged or corrupt files Adobe Flash

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#1 SmartWeb

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 08:20 PM

1.Change the damaged file extension from .fla to .rar.
2.Open the damaged file using your WinRAR.
3.Winrar will display an error that you are about to open a damaged file, ignore this warning.
4.Select Tools>Repair Archive. This will make sure that the archive and FLA is repaired.
5.Change the file extension back to .fla

#2 acid

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 07:33 PM

wow...thank you :)

#3 Flyin

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Posted 05 April 2014 - 06:21 AM

Simply AMAZING! I just didnt know this one! Genius!! Big thanks.
Can this be done to any other Adobe files? Pshop, Illustrator, etc????
Please reply.

Also what about Maya, max etc?

#4 patilmansi785

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Posted 29 April 2019 - 06:17 AM

1.Change the damaged file extension from .fla to .rar.
2.Open the damaged file using your WinRAR.
3.Winrar will display an error that you are about to open a damaged file, ignore this warning.
4.Select Tools>Repair Archive. This will make sure that the archive and FLA is repaired.
5.Change the file extension back to .flash

 

Thanks for your valuable answer to me. I also solved tool issue through your answer.



#5 jackbradley2006

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Posted 26 June 2019 - 07:30 PM

1.Change the damaged file extension from .fla to .rar.
2.Open the damaged file using your WinRAR.
3.Winrar will display an error that you are about to open a damaged file, ignore this warning.
4.Select Tools>Repair Archive. This will make sure that the archive and FLA is repaired.
5.Change the file extension back to .fla

lmao it doesnt even open







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