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Hello!
I have created an WinRar archive that contains two files, those two files are ALSO archives and they are individually password protected. I have forgotten my password and now I cannot open these files. The passwords are alpha numerical and have some special characters in it. I do remember some part of the passwords, but not the whole thing. Yes, I've tried many suggestions on line but none of them worked. I even purchased a special software to unlock these files, but the software doesn't "see" them, because those files are in the archive themselves.
Anyway, maybe someone have a solution on how to open these files?

Thank you.
Doris
 

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I'm afraid TechSupportForum's Rules do not allow us to assist you with that task.

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