Maybe your file associations with the ZIP extnesion have been changed. I'm
not at a Vista machine so I can't tell you how to change them, but that is a
good place to start.
"niemie" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Again, like I said in the first post the files aren't corrupt because
> everyone else running Vista that I sent them to can open them fine....
> "Bill Yanaire" wrote:
>> It's possible that the file became corrupt after you sent it. Try
>> with Winzip. You can use it in Demo mode to see if it actually corrupt.
>> "niemie" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> >I had a few zip files emailed to me yesterday, that I can't open. I
>> > them to someone else on Vista and they opened fine so I know the files
>> > aren't
>> > corrupt. I can neither unzip the folder nor open the files in it
>> > before
>> > unzipping.
>> > When I try to open the files before unzipping the folder it says
>> > "Windows
>> > cannot complete the extraction. The destination file cannot be
>> > created."
>> > When I try to extract / unzip the whole folder it says "An unexpcted
>> > error
>> > is preventing the opperation.... Error 0x8000700057: The parameter is
>> > incorrect."
>> > What's even more strange is that older zip files I already had I can
>> > access
>> > fine....