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Recompressing zip - integrity check

I have multiple large zip files and I would like to recompress them without unpacking them (I run the risk of running out of disk space). I am thinking of using advzip for that task. However, I want ...
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Verifying if two mirrored copies of disc are same or not?

I have two sets of discs which are mirrored copies of each other. Does an algorithm exist which could verify if the copy made is same as the original?
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How do I check integrity of a file from DreamSpark?

I have a very unstable connection and it cut off multiple times while downloading Windows 8.1 using Microsoft's SDM, so I'm kind of concerned to how I can check to see if the file is still intact once ...
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Cheaper alternative to ZFS Storage for a home NAS

I'm looking to build a NAS for home use with 8-10*(2-4TB) drives, out of which 2-3 drives would be used for parity via software RAID. In the past years and up to date, ZFS seems to have become the ...
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Should I consider data integrity issues when choosing a file compression algorithm?

Is there a relation between a data compression format (zip, gzip, bzip2, etc.) and it's ability to ease in recovering broken data? I want to store some backups (like tar.gzs) but then I started ...
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How to interpret an “SFC /VERIFYONLY” CBS integrity log (win10)?

I ran an SFC on my system and it tells me that there were some "Integrity Violations" and to see the log file for more details. So I was able to open it up in Notepad, but I have no idea what I'm ...
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Post-data-recovery: list of file types that can be checked for integrity?

I just got back from the data recovery center, where they recovered about 2TB of data from an HFS+ volume on a failed Seagate ST3000DM001. They say there was no physical damage to the platters, it was ...