I felt the need to put this out there since it caused me some trouble. When trying to unzip the password protected ZIP files (such as NASA’s Photo Album on the Playing Field page), you will run into some kind of error and it will return a seemingly duplicate ZIP file. That seemingly duplicate ZIP file contains the same contents, but is in fact removed of its password. Instead of giving up right there, simply unzip THAT seemingly duplicate ZIP file and then you will be able to access the contents inside the ZIP.
Do you know anything about the Solidworks field CAD then? There is a password protected zip file inside a normal zip file, and it keeps giving me an error. Do you have any suggestions?
I was able to unzip it just fine on my Mac using the Unarchiver. Perhaps try using 7-zip or Winzip on Windows instead of the system unzipper. But if you want a link to the password-free ZIP file I obtained, you can download it here: http://server.reidf.net/swfield.zip
I can confirm that 7-Zip works on Windows. Peazip also should work if you need a portable alternative for school computer nonsense.
Winzip did the trick. Thank you very much.
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