Are you encountering an error message while trying to extract data from your Zip file? Or your Zip file is extracting a data that you are not able to understand? If the answer for any of the above questions is 'yes', then in most situations, your Zip file is corrupted or damaged. To access your Zip file data after it is being corrupted, then you will need to restore the data from an updated backup. But, with millions of case studies proving that the user does not spend time in creating a valid backup. These backup unavailability scenarios can result into serious problems. To avoid such cases and to access the data saved in the Zip file, you will need to repair zip file. To do so, you will need to use advanced third-party repair application.
To prove the above scenario, consider a practical case where you downloaded a zip file from a network. However, after downloading, when you attempt to open the Zip file, you encounter the below error message:
“Database and data store files were not successfully extracted from zip file. An error occurred while copying the zip file to the course directory.”
The data saved in the Zip file becomes inaccessible post the occurrence of the above error message. Furthermore, you encounter the same error message each time you try to open the Zip file.
Cause:The above error message appears when your Zip file is damaged. Few main causes for Zip file corruption are file version mismatch, WinZip malfunctioning, virus attacks, improper system shutdown, and human errors.
Resolution:The isolate the above error message, you will need to repair the Zip file by using an advanced Zip Repair software. A third-party zip repair tool confirms absolute repair of corrupt/damaged Zip file, irrespective of its cause of logical damage. The tool is readily available on the Internet and requires no technical understanding to repair corrupt Zip file. It is totally non-destructive in nature and provides no harm to original files.
Stellar Phoenix Zip Recovery is a powerful solution to repair password protected Zip files created with WinZip 5.0 to 8.0. It also repairs files which are non protected created with WinZip 8.1 to 12.1. The repair utility can Repair Zip files and restore them on your desired location. It is designed for Windows 7, Vista, 2003, XP, and 2000.
Fixing “Database and ... to the course directory"