Alternatives to QuickPar for all platforms with any license

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  • dvdisaster icon

    dvdisaster

    Dvdisaster stores data on your CD/DVD/BD including additional error correction data to protect against data loss due to disk surface degradation (read errors). This makes optical disks safer for long-term storage since it allows for...

    Open Source Linux

  • PAR Buddy icon

    PAR Buddy

    PAR Buddy is a free Parchive (PAR) and RAR client which makes it possible to easily queue and schedule PAR2 check/repair jobs and RAR unpacking. PAR Buddy is especially useful when associated with PAR2 in Windows since this...

    Free Windows

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  • checksum icon

    checksum

    checksum is an easy-to-use, no-nonsense BLAKE2, SHA1 & MD5 hashing program for Windows, capable of creating & verifying hashes of files and folders, even whole drives, with just one or two clicks. It is robust, lightning fast...

    Free Windows Linux BSD

  • Par-N-Rar icon

    Par-N-Rar

    Par-N-Rar is a graphical utility which accepts a directory as input and will repair/verify any PAR/PAR2/SFV/MD5 files in that directory. Once it verifies a set of files, it will attempt to unRAR them. Once it finishes unRARing a RAR...

    Open Source Windows

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  • MacPAR deLuxe icon

    MacPAR deLuxe

    MacPAR deLuxe is a utility program that runs on the Apple Macintosh. It is useful to you if you download (or upload) binary files from internet newsgroups (a.k.a. “Usenet”). Often, binary content comes in the form of sets of many...

    Free Mac

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  • ICE ECC icon

    ICE ECC

    ICE ECC is a file verification and repair tool. ICE ECC allows you to protect your important files and sensitive data against digital corruption using Reed-Solomon codes

    Free Windows

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  • DataHealthCheck icon

    DataHealthCheck

    DataHealthCheck is a portable app to check your files for corruption or display their md5/sha1 hash. It is faster than other apps because it checks for corrupted files and update hashes of changed files in one pass.

    Open Source Windows

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  • CD Recovery Toolbox icon

    CD Recovery Toolbox

    CD Recovery Toolbox tool was developed for recovering damaged files from different disk types: CD, DVD,HD DVD, Blu-Ray, etc. You can use it to restore information lost as a result of some mechanical damage of the disk (scratches...

    Free Windows

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  • AutoUnpack icon

    AutoUnpack

    AutoUnpack is a freeware utility that can be used to automatically download, repair, and unpack all RAR-, 7z-, zip-, TS - archives, or splitted files (e.g. *.001). Which is especially useful for usenet binaries. Easy! Just start...

    Free Windows

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    • Discontinued The official website is no longer available. Last version, 4.5.2, was released on February 2008, but it can still be downloaded from Wayback Machine.
  • persicum's RSC32 icon

    persicum's RSC32

    A high performance tool for file verification and error correction. Uses a Reed-Solomon Encoder to protect files from digital corruption, similar to QuickPar and MultiPar. Uses the FAR manager as its GUI.

    Free Windows

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QuickPar Comments

Never archive without QuickPar and WinRAR! Whenever I back ...

Comment by peterstaack
about QuickPar Jun 2011

Never archive without QuickPar and WinRAR! Whenever I backup to removable media, on a secondary hard drive, or online, I will compress and encrypt with WinRAR, and then create 10% ~ 75% parity repair files with QuickPar. Depending on the size of the parity files, I can rebuild whole missing sections or servery damaged files with ease. These parity files are quite widely utilized among USENET newsgroup users, when sharing large files.

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