Why should the entire file be spoiled because of some missing frames?
DivFix can solve this problem by rebuilding or stripping the index part of the movie, which is found at the end of the file.
DivFix is a portable application and you don’t need to install it to your computer and modify the Windows registry at all. You can even run it from an external memory device.
One of the repairing methods used by DivFix is rebuilding the index, which can work in the case of partially downloaded files with blank spaces.
Another solution is stripping the index, which is a good idea when you have an intact file but which doesn’t let you move around it.
DivFix is already outdated and its last version was released in 2006.
Some of the improvements added to the last versions are displaying the time of the errors, an auto-clear option to clear the listbox after finishing, a fixed I/O error 130 when stripping the index, fixed bugs in the “Cut out bad parts” option, turning on the “Keep original file” option by default for safety purposes and displaying the name and the number of errors after completing a file. Unfortunately there is no Help file with this utility.
Results are not 100% guaranteed with DivFix, but it’s not a bad idea trying this portable application in case you are dealing with a partially downloaded video file. There are many errors that DivFix can solve if you offer it the opportunity.
Frustrated because of partially downloaded movies which cannot be played?