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Compressed (zipped) Folder Error

dshunick
I was able to download project00 and open it with zip. When I tried to unzip project01 and/or project02, I got the above error message, plus the comment that the folder is invalid.

I'm using Win 7
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Re: Compressed (zipped) Folder Error

cadet1620
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It looks like somebody updated the site incorrectly.  Thanks for letting us know.

I've got a zip of all the projects available at
    http://www.marksmath.com/tecs/files/TECS_projects.zip
I just tested it using Windows 7.

[It looks like the archives on the site are 7-Zip files.  7-Zip is an open source archiver that handles zip files as well as its own higher compression format.  Google for it if you're interested.]

--Mark

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dshunick
Mark,

Thanks for the for the TECS file. It worked like a charm. As it turns out, I just downloaded 7-Zip, but still was not able to open the original project files.

dshunick


From: "cadet1620 [via Questions and Answers Forum]" <[hidden email]>
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Subject: Re: Compressed (zipped) Folder Error

It looks like somebody updated the site incorrectly.  Thanks for letting us know.

I've got a zip of all the projects available at
    http://www.marksmath.com/tecs/files/TECS_projects.zip
I just tested it using Windows 7.

[It looks like the archives on the site are 7-Zip files.  7-Zip is an open source archiver that handles zip files as well as its own higher compression format.  Google for it if you're interested.]

--Mark




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