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    Seeking Right click md5 & sha calc/verified for win64

    im looking for something to replace QuickSFV

    A windows 64bit compatible tool that make me albe to right click af file and either calculato the md5 and sha hash into a file of the same name/differnet extension or verify against the same
    clicking a file containing hashes to verify the orignal files is also ok

    if you know quicksfv i need the same as that but just with "better" hashes/checksums if available

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    Not a GUI but zpaq will store SHA-1 hashes in an index and let you compare them later:

    zpaq add index.zpaq c:\ -method i (create or update index of all files in c:\)
    zpaq list index.zpaq -not == (compare hashes and list differences)

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    I have tested many of those, but the one with a highest quality is RHASH:
    http://rhash.anz.ru/
    Yes, I have my own tool called CHK Checksum Utility, and upcoming version will introduce many new features, including SFV file export, but the CHK is not really intended for batch and silent checksum comparison...

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    In addition, check out the SFV Ninja!

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