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Windows 7: Revisit: Windows 7 missing file when zipping or compressing folder

07 Aug 2013   #1
JCIEmp

Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1
 
 
Revisit: Windows 7 missing file when zipping or compressing folder

Hello forum users,
I am having a problem using the 'Send to>Compressed (zipped) folder' option. The problem is identical to the issue discussed in this thread:

missing file when zipping or compressing folder

Long story short, in the resulting compressed folder I lose the file that I right-click on to compress the files.

I'm using Windows 7's default built-in file compression. It is apparent that third-party compressing solutions are often preferred to this method, but I'm looking for a solution to this specific problem. Any help with this would be much appreciated, thanks.


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07 Aug 2013   #2
JCIEmp

Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1
 
 

After some review, here are some more details on my problem:

-there are about 200-400 small files (1-10KB average) that I'm trying to compress.

-this problem doesn't occur on my local C:, however it occurs on all mapped drives.

-after comparing the zipfldr.dll file on another workstation that doesn't have this issue, I found no differences in properties.

-the regedit entries for zipfold also appear identical to the entries on the workstation without the issue.
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