Lets you access damaged PAR files
QuickPar is a lightweight application that is designed to help those who want to recover data and still use those damaged downloads. The program uses a correction algorithm to repair all that can be fixed by using PAR2 files which are especially created for this data recovery purpose.
Quickly finds and fixes problems
In case you have some files that are named incorrectly or simply broken, but with all the blocks available, QuickPar can fix them thanks to the 'AutoRepair' function. The app is also capable of generating parity files and split the original sources to sizes that are multiple to those of each data block.
Have the process started automatically
The highly customizable options of this utility will enable you to set it to monitor and repair automatically the downloaded files. You can also configure the deletion options and have damaged as well as the PAR2 files removed after recovery.
Fully customize and manage repairs
When you select the files to protect, QuickPar allows you to manually configure the block allocation parameters and set the source block count using a slider. Alternately, you can opt for the automated way by activating the function that restricts block size to multiples of Usenet article size.
Check fixed data for integrity
The data verification can be performed with only one click and this tool will analyze and display the number of source files, the source block count, number of complete, damaged, missing and misnamed files.
As a conclusion
To sum it all up, QuickPar is a must have software for all those using the Usenet network. Damaged files can be repaired and the application can also protect and verify files with great ease. What's more, it can be used by beginners and experts alike due to the possibility to automate the process or intervene.
Reviewed by Olivian Puha, last updated on July 31st, 2014
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Application descriptionQuickPar is a computer program that uses the Reed-Solomon error correction algorithm for checking the integrity of a f...