Winrar error message access denied

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WinRAR diagnostic messages cannot open c:userappdatalocaltemprar$dia0.376exe access is denied. can no longer open files when downloading a rar file.

Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 5 points N/A #83854

Winrar error message access denied




There are certain things you may need to be followed while copying/ archiving/ diagnosing something using WinRAR.

You should open the WinRAR as an administrator. You can find this option after right click on the icon.


If the problem still exists, then it is seemed that the file is protected and could not be diagnosed by this author.


Operating system sometimes prevents such kind of operation. There you may need to the full access to the authorized copy of that file. You can find such options in the property window of that file. Go there and then security tab

Here you may need to modify the security options.


Thanks for having your time


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Answered By 590495 points N/A #83856

Winrar error message access denied


This is actually not a big problem. If WinRAR no longer works then simply replace it and use a different file extractor. This application is really a good file compressor and extractor and I’ve used it for quite some time. The only problem I had with the software which always bugs me is that it is not free software. I mean, this type of product requires a license key to fully use it.

Luckily, I found a solution to this problem with the application “7-Zip”. It’s totally free and offers better compression ratio than WinRAR. All archive types opened by WinRAR can also be opened by 7-Zip so that’s really a great advantage. And since you are having a problem with the program, better uninstall it and use 7-Zip.

The latest stable version is 9.20 which you can download from 7-Zip.

It supports Windows 98, Windows Millennium, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.

It can also be accessed with Linux and Unix using a command line.

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