Object Fix Zip

Object FIX ZIP is a program for repairing Zip archive files. It can reconstruct a specified Zip file by creating a new Zip archive while recovering the contents of the faulty Zip file where possible.

This software is designed for testing, fixing and processing of corrupt or unusable ZIP archive files that are partially damaged or not completely downloaded.

Program features

  • Repairs corrupt or partially damaged ZIP archives.
  • Extracts files from ZIP archives with CRC errors.
  • Extracts files from partially downloaded ZIP archives.
  • Extracts multiple ZIP archives with a single operation.
  • Supports all ZIP archive files created with any PkZIP and WinZIP compatible archiver software, except for those using strong encryption.
  • Easy-to-use, intuitive wizard-driven interface.
  • Supports all Windows versions, including Windows® 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista.


The welcome screen.

Select one or more ZIP files for processing.

Tell the program what to do.

Processing a ZIP file secured by a password.

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Download full version File size: 1178 Kb
Program history

v. 1.7
+ German and Spanish interface languages added
- Fixed a bug that caused the "Format '%s' invalid" error
- Fixed a bug with absence of backslash in file path

Supported languages

English  Arabic  Croatian  French  German  Italian  Russian  Spanish  

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