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Certain file types (INDD and XLS) routinely corrupt on our Windows Server share

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File corruption detection strategy

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xz archive opens in linux, corrupted in windows [closed]

I have some xz archives (that were created in Linux), I can decompress them fine in linux but I'm trying to open them in Windows (7). I've used both 7zip and ExtractNow. In both cases the archive ...
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Recovering a corrupted .txt file

Well, my system crashed as I was saving a text file. When I reopened it, the data was unreadable (shows up as a bunch of ascii NULL characters) I'm guessing that there was a bit or two missing at ...