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How to open .SIT FILES????????....help needed

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by wREk OnE, Nov 14, 2002.

  1. wREk OnE

    wREk OnE 12oz Member

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    How to open .SIT FILES????????....help needed

    Discussion started by wREk OnE - Nov 14, 2002

    i downloaded a couple games for the MAC n theyre in .SIT form......

    or .SIT files,however you say it, and i dont know how to open.....

    ...is their something like Winzip to open these?????.....
     
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  2. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Nov 14, 2002

    You need StuffIt Expander, which you would find just about everywhere. Try downloads.com. Beer,

    El Mamerro
     
  3. wREk OnE

    wREk OnE 12oz Member

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    wREk OnE - Replied Nov 14, 2002

    ^^^thanks
     
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  4. DITDxCULT

    DITDxCULT 12oz Senior Member

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    DITDxCULT - Replied Nov 14, 2002

    stuff it will open zip files too...

    I love it how you can open ibm formatted disks, and winzip files on macintosh but the Nazi's over at windows won't let you open apple formatted files.

    Keep it real, macintosh!
     
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  5. IzzeWST

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    IzzeWST - Replied Nov 14, 2002

    i bet if you search your HD you already have it (stuff it expander).
     
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  6. fr8oholic

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    fr8oholic - Replied Nov 14, 2002

    you on MAC or PC?
     
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  7. wREk OnE

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    wREk OnE - Replied Nov 14, 2002

    PC......

    ..im trying to put these games on a disk so i can install them in the MAC
     
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  8. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Nov 14, 2002

    Then you don't need to open them at all on your PC... just put em in a disk, and carry them over to your Mac. Like Izee said, Stuffit SHOULD already be on your Mac, and a simple double click should open them right up. Beer,

    El Mamerro
     
  9. wREk OnE

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    wREk OnE - Replied Nov 14, 2002

    i tried opening the Stuff It Engine on the MAC....and it said this.....


    "The Document "Stuffit Engine" could not be opened, because the application program that created it could no be found.
    Could not fine a translation extension with appropriate translators "


    ..anyone know how to fix this?????
     
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  10. bigpoppa.k

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    bigpoppa.k - Replied Nov 14, 2002

    stuffit engine is the engine that allows stuffit expander to run. you need to try and open the application.
     
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