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Old 21 September 2001, 08:52   #8
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Originally posted by IanCharge
You can unpack .lha files with most windows based archiving tools (WinACE and so on) couldn't be easier, drag and drop to get .lha files associated with whichever program you prefer
You cannot use that on all files, cause some Amiga archives contain illegal Dos/Win filenames like "*" or "AUX" so it won´t decompress that way but I guess you allready know that

@mikni

you could try the following : download the lha files onto your PC and decrompress them with LHA on WinUAE, if that works fine, there´s a problem with your transfer to your real amiga. Else your PC might mess up the LHA file while downloading, u using any download manager ???
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