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Old Jun 7, 2007, 11:05 PM   #1
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.r01-.r02.... files

I downloaded a movie and the files are all in .r(#).. what program can i use to open these files and get the movie to work?

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stuffit expander ...something tells me that this thread might not last too long... and on getting the movie to work, google RAR files. google is your friend.
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I downloaded a movie and the files are all in .r(#).. what program can i use to open these files and get the movie to work?

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You probably need MacPar Deluxe
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Install UnRarX.

Open the first .r00 file in UnRarX and it will convert the whole thing into avi.
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