[8.52] Unzipping aborted with recent ZIP files

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[8.52] Unzipping aborted with recent ZIP files

Post by *robby » 2016-03-24, 19:12 UTC

I have recently purchased a game provided as ZIP file. The internal ZIP decompressor does not work: the unzipping process is quickly aborted releasing the following error message:

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Fatal error in unzip thread, aborting!
Access violation at address 027F1012. Write of address 00000014
Windows 7 SP1 6.1 (Build 7601)

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Windows exception: C0000005
Stack trace:
027F1012
4204C5 498B86 4996B5 49A570 49A78D 5D47CA
5C3C40 5C4A03 >418CBC 40362C
Raw:
4204BC 4204C5 498B86 4013F1 401491 401F3B
4996B5 4020A2 402249 70383D 703698 4237C7
423902 54004C 7038A3 7038A3 41EBD5 70383D
41C761 5C0031 64003F 5C0031 5C0031 4F0042
5C0031 64003F 5C0031 64003F 41DA42 41DA66
703ABB 6FC608 41F958 5C0031 703429 423923
42383F 5C0031 64003F 5C0031 5C0031 64003F
41E5B2 41E86E 41F94F 41F958 5C0031 64003F
5C0067 65004C 5C0031 64003F 41D197 49A570
6D8EF9 7038A3 7038A3 70395F 701442 5C0067

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The same problem occurs if I use an OLD versione of WinZip (v 10), but unzipping is accomplished successfully with a newer version (WinZip 20). I suppose that the internal decompressor is somewhat obsolete, and unable to cope with recent ZIP protocols.

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Post by *vudu » 2016-03-28, 07:46 UTC

When you open such ZIP file in 7-Zip,

1) What does it say in "Method" and "Version" columns in the file list?
2) What does it say when you press the "Info" icon in the toolbar?
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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2016-03-28, 09:24 UTC

I wonder about that too. There are some zipx methods not supported by TC, like special mp3 or jpg packing. But they have different method numbers and don't cause a crash.
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Post by *robby » 2016-03-28, 19:59 UTC

Ehm... sorry, it's not clear to me where should I look for these data... :(

I've downloaded and installed 7-Zip... and now?

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Post by *Horst.Epp » 2016-03-29, 08:58 UTC

robby wrote:Ehm... sorry, it's not clear to me where should I look for these data... :(

I've downloaded and installed 7-Zip... and now?
You should install the Total7zip plugin, not the 7-zip program.
Then you can associate the plugin with zip files.

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Post by *DrShark » 2016-03-29, 10:01 UTC

robby wrote:Ehm... sorry, it's not clear to me where should I look for these data... I've downloaded and installed 7-Zip...
You can see the mentioned "Method" column and "Info" icon on the following screenshot of 7-zip File Manager with opened 7-zip archive: https://www.simplecomputingguides.com/sites/default/files/How-to-use-7zip-to-manage-compressed-files-13.jpg
Horst.Epp wrote:You should install the Total7zip plugin, not the 7-zip program.
Then you can associate the plugin with zip files.
I'm sorry I don't ignore your post, but how that advice will help Christian to find out the reason of the crash?
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Post by *Horst.Epp » 2016-03-29, 12:27 UTC

DrShark wrote:
robby wrote:Ehm... sorry, it's not clear to me where should I look for these data... I've downloaded and installed 7-Zip...
You can see the mentioned "Method" column and "Info" icon on the following screenshot of 7-zip File Manager with opened 7-zip archive: https://www.simplecomputingguides.com/sites/default/files/How-to-use-7zip-to-manage-compressed-files-13.jpg
Horst.Epp wrote:You should install the Total7zip plugin, not the 7-zip program.
Then you can associate the plugin with zip files.
I'm sorry I don't ignore your post, but how that advice will help Christian to find out the reason of the crash?
Not at all, but it will hopefully help you to open this files with TC :D

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2016-03-31, 09:28 UTC

I checked the crash report - the error seems to happen somewhere in lzma decompress. So the files are probably packed with lzma, but do not correctly implement the standard, or use some new packing method not supported by Total Commander.
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Post by *BeckYang » 2016-08-03, 15:04 UTC

I got this error today.

The zip file can be downloaded from http://www.mediafire.com/file/0zz1kyyru0y/VirtualDubMod_1.5.10.3_b2550.zip

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Total Commander 8.52
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Fatal error in unzip thread, aborting!
Access violation at address 04E11012. Write of address 00000014
Windows 7 SP1 6.1 (Build 7601)

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Windows exception: C0000005
Stack trace:
04E11012
4204C5 498B86 4996B5 49A570 49A78D 5D47CA
5C3C40 5C4A03 >418CBC 40362C
Raw:
4204BC 4204C5 498B86 704693 54005A 540051
7048A3 465EDC 6F638B 70347B 70383D 465FB4
6DFAA2 703429 51233E 69492B 7038A3 41E849
620073 4013F1 401491 401F3B 4996B5 402249
4033D0 4021C8 70383D 703698 4237C7 423902
54004C 540050 41EBB6 41EBD5 70383D 41C761
620073 6B0071 540050 419D38 419DF8 650050
620073 6B0071 41DA42 41DA66 703ABB 6FC608
703429 423923 42383F 620073 6B0071 7038A3
41E849 6B0071 41F94F 41F958 620073 7038A3

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OK
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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2016-08-03, 16:26 UTC

Strange, I don't get any crash here with this file, also tried TC 8.52. I will analyze the stack trace.
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Post by *petermad » 2016-08-03, 18:32 UTC

I don't get any errors unzipping this file with TC either (TC9b8 and TC8.52a x64)
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Post by *BeckYang » 2016-08-04, 08:31 UTC

I just check my TC version. It's 8.52 32bit (2015-08-26), not version 8.52a
I didn't notice there is newer version. Thank your help.

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