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    Nanozip decompression data troubles

    i ocne asked for a compressor that could easily outperform winrar on cure/bin image with audiotracks as both 7-zip and rzm performs poorly on these compared to winrar.

    Sami was quick to suggest nanozip. and i was happily with its performance.

    i always put the compressed image and the nanozip program together into a 7-zip container so that i would always have the proper version of nanozip for decompression.

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    it seem that nanozip only works an certain dates I'm now unable to decompress my data again

    Why o why did Sami suggest to use nanozip when it would stop decompress on later days.

    does anybody know the workings days of the different nanozip version so that i can repack my files ?
    or maybe another solution ?

    --- edit ---
    Seems i remember wrongly.
    It was not Sami but Christian that adviced me to use nanozip, he was probably unaware of the date issues .
    Last edited by SvenBent; 7th January 2009 at 22:50.

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    Has also happened me to me when I have changed the schedule of the time of windows !
    Set the windows time older!

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    What if you set the date to release date of the program which you have?
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    Never use such very experimental and unstable programs for your data! Furthermore, Sami has gone from this forum...

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    Quote Originally Posted by encode View Post
    Never use such very experimental and unstable programs for your data!
    Definitely.

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    @osmanturan

    I don't know the release date of nanozip different versions. That's why i ask for them

    Older date is not enough i tried going back to 2001. stil it says obsolete

    @encode & M^2
    its not a problem with any other experimental compressor since i decompress and verify proper action with md5.
    also contains the proper version for decompression with the achieve.

    Is see no logical reason why you would stop supporting decompression at a certain date

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    Found one correct data
    07/07-2008 works with nanozip 0.0.0a

    i just need to figure a working date for the rest

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    I guessed that it prints release date in CLI. Anyway, I've collected some versions' release date:
    Code:
    From LTCB:
    nanozip 0.01a -> July 14, 2008
    nanozip 0.03a -> July 31, 2008
    nanozip 0.05a -> Oct. 20, 2008
    
    From SqueezeChart:
    nanozip 0.03a -> 14.07.2008
    nanozip 0.04a -> 30.07.2008
    You can also look some posts' date in the forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SvenBent View Post
    @osmanturan

    I don't know the release date of nanozip different versions. That's why i ask for them

    Older date is not enough i tried going back to 2001. stil it says obsolete
    Strange. Ask Sami. I think it the simplest way of regaining your data.

    Quote Originally Posted by SvenBent View Post
    @encode & M^2
    its not a problem with any other experimental compressor since i decompress and verify proper action with md5.
    also contains the proper version for decompression with the achieve.
    Reinstall OS or change processor and something may break.
    Actually even patching OS or installing some program could possibly break something.

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    just wanted to tell that nanozip 0.0.5a has a -continue switch which overrides the obsolete status

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    When you right click your .nz and select properties you should see the date when it was created.

    Edit: only if you didn't copy it after that.... but then there maybe is someone who hasn't

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