If you have a multi-volume RAR with one bad file, is it possible to remove the CRC32 checksum for that bad file? I mean, gosh darnit, the error can be imbedded in 32 stupid little bytes, since I thought CRC takes 28 bytes at a time and uses four verification byte values so that it can repair maximally 2 broken bytes. Such a little flaw is rather aggrevating when we’re talking about a file of over 4 GB, spread over 92 volumes.
So, can the Cyclic Redundancy Check be hoodwinked? It’s all too possible that 32 bytes make little or no difference at all, right?