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Convert Compressed file from a multi-volume archive (part 7) to Compressed file from a multi-volume archive (part 2).

Generally speaking, you can convert any archive to another, provided you have all the pieces if the archive is split. However, it does not make sense to convert individual pieces so this conversion is not possible. If you want to extract the contents, you have to gather all pieces and not just .007 and .002 files, otherwise 007 to 002 conversion is not doable.

Updated: April 13, 2021

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Additional links: 007 file extension details, 002 file extension details




An 007 file extension is used for compressed part of a multi-volume archive used by 7-Zip or WinRAR compression tools. In order to extract them, you need all volumes in single directory and use appropriate program.


Files with 002 extension are used by some compression and archive utilities for one part (second) of a split multi-volume archive. In order to extract the content of split archive, you first have to gather all its pieces and start the extraction of the first archive.


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