Repair Corrupted AVI Movie Files With DivFix++

by Rohit Khurana on January 13, 2009



One of my friend asked me a that he has a movie stored on his computer but he was never able to play the movie in any player including VLC player.


The movie is an .avi (700 MB) file which he downloaded in parts through some p2p network, but as the AVI file of the movie got corrupted after downloading due to unknown reason according to him. He don’t want to download the movie again and want to know how can he repair the same movie file.

DivFix   v0.30 Perspective


DivFix++ is a FREE widows utility which lets you repair corrupted files and you can also preview parts of the movie files which you download and combine them to form the final movie file.



Let’s see how can fix or repair the corrupted avi files on your computer.


DivFix++ is a easy program to use with friendly user interface and with drag and drop functionality integrated, so can simple drag and drop the AVI files which you want to repair.


You can fix a list of corrupted AVI files in one go as the program supports a list more than one avi file to be repaired in one run. Drag and drop all the AVI files you want repair, select them all in the list and press Fix button at the bottom of the interface of DivFix++.

Note: DivFix++ is available for all there major OS Linux, MAC and Windows

Download DivFix++ For Windows | Download DivFix++ For Linux | Download DivFix++ For MAC

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kavi January 13, 2009 at 8:59 am

Dear Rohitbhai
Congrates for your new blog,today first time i come to know that you have passion for bike and cars too.Its proud of country that such versatile personalities are coming out with their talents.My best wishes are with you,may you go ahead in this new blog as you have with Troublefixers.
Wish you all the best from the bottom of my heart.
Today first time i saw your face.


Terry Hollett January 14, 2009 at 4:10 am

I have had videos that seemed to have worked better in one media player than the other. Is it possible that this is a codec issue and not a corrupted file? When I have this problem on my system I’ve always assumed codec issues and the fact that not all media players are equal.

nataraj k January 18, 2009 at 5:06 am


I recently downloaded movie file through torrent but finally it is unable to play due to encrypted and kindly let me know how to decrypt the same file.

awaiting your reply

thanking you

nataraj k

Bill January 24, 2009 at 1:29 am

Yeeeeeeeeeees!!!!! i fixed my corrupted avi file at last!!!!! i tried many many tools but none of them couldn’t make it!!!! I’m very happy ))))

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