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Ben.Shirley
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How to reassemble the BSM 9.1 archive files?

Hi, I have downloaded the following for the BSM9.1 product

 

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Installation_for_Win_Part_1_of_2_TB998_15006_01.zip.001

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Installation_for_Win_Part_2_of_2_TB998_15006_02.zip.002

 

However I must be missing something as I have seen no documentation in any of the 9.1 pdfs which tells you how to reassemble the files to produce an ISO. I have even checked online self solve site for documentation around this or tips, but nothing? I found an old forum post which related to 9.0 and downloading 7.zip (but not a particular version) and using this, I have tried but had little success. Am I missing something here or do HP not want anyone to actually install their software?

 

 

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Dmitry Shevchenko
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Re: How to reassemble the BSM 9.1 archive files?

The easiest way to reassemle them without any additional utilities just using Windows command line:

 

file1.zip.001

file2.zip.002

 

copy /b file1.zip.001+file2.zip.002 target.zip

 

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Ben.Shirley
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Re: How to reassemble the BSM 9.1 archive files?

Great thanks for that, it really frustrates me when I have to spend precious time on something like this, a simple instruction on the download page would have saved time.

 

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RKnoeppel
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Re: How to reassemble the BSM 9.1 archive files?

After I combine the 2 files the resulting combined.zip file is always corrupt.  I have used 7zip and the command line /b and nothing appears to be working.  I have pulled the 2 .001/.002 files down multiple times and have been unsuccessful each time.

 

Any suggestions?

 

file .001 - 1,763,023KB

file .002 - 1,359,159KB

 

combined file - 3,122,181KB and always corrupt.

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Ben.Shirley
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Re: How to reassemble the BSM 9.1 archive files?

Simply copy+paste Dmitry's instructions onto the command line and rename the two files. Do not have any spaces in the file names. This worked for me.

 

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RKnoeppel
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Re: How to reassemble the BSM 9.1 archive files?

The copy /b tb889.zip.001+tb998.zip.002 tb998.zip does create the tb998.zip file however when I open the newly created zip file and try to copy out the .iso file within 7zip says the file is corrupt.  I have downloaded the 2 files from the HP site from different machines and the resulting co,bined .zip file is always corrupt. 

 

I am trying to get the windows based version of the BSM 9.10 if that matters.  Can somebody download the files and combine them and report back what the resulting file sizes were and if you were successful in getting a clean re-assembled file.

 

 

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Ben.Shirley
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Re: How to reassemble the BSM 9.1 archive files?

Just extract tb998.zip outside of 7zip. The size of the ISO should be 3,787,622 KB.

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RKnoeppel
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Re: How to reassemble the BSM 9.1 archive files?

When I try to extract out the .iso file that is created from merging the .001 and .002 files always is corupt.  It does not matter if I use the command line /b or HP's provided .bat file or 7zips combine the resulting tb998.zip containing the .iso becomes corrupt.

 

 

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manojfmbang
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Re: How to reassemble the BSM 9.1 archive files?

Hi,

 

you may wat to try the belowmethod provided by somone to me... Works fine!

 

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Data_Collectors_...._TB998_15008_01.zip.001 -> rename to TB998_15008_01.001

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Data_Collectors_...._TB998_15008_02.zip.002 -> rename to TB998_15008_01.002

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Data_Collectors_...._TB998_15009_01.zip.001 -> rename to TB998_15009_01.001

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Data_Collectors_...._TB998_15009_02.zip.002 -> rename to TB998_15009_01.002

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Data_Collectors_...._TB998_15009_03.zip.003 -> rename to TB998_15009_01.003

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Data_Collectors_...._TB998_15010_01.zip.001 -> rename to TB998_15010_01.001

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Data_Collectors_...._TB998_15010_02.zip.002 -> rename toTB998_15010_01.002

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Data_Collectors_...._TB998_15010_03.zip.003 -> rename toTB998_15010_01.003

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Installation_for_Linux_...._TB998_15007_01.zip.001 -> rename to TB998_15007_01.001

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Installation_for_Linux_...._TB998_15007_02.zip.002 -> rename to TB998_15007_01.002

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Installation_for_Win_...._TB998_15006_01.zip.001 -> rename to TB998_15006_01.001

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Installation_for_Win_...._TB998_15006_02.zip.002 -> rename to TB998_15006_01.002

Software_HP_Diagnostics_9.10_...._TB998_15011_01.zip.001 -> rename to TB998_15011_01.001

Software_HP_Diagnostics_9.10_...._TB998_15011_02.zip.002 -> rename to TB998_15011_01.002

Software_HP_Diagnostics_9.10_...._TB998_15011_03.zip.003 -> rename to TB998_15011_01.003

 

then use 7zip to open files and extract iso-images :)

 

WOrks very well for me!

 

Regards

Manoj

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RKnoeppel
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Re: How to reassemble the BSM 9.1 archive files?

From your list the files I am trying to get are listed below:

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Installation_for_Win_...._TB9​98_15006_01.zip.001 -> rename to TB998_15006_01.001

Software_HP_BSM_9.10_Installation_for_Win_...._TB9​98_15006_02.zip.002 -> rename to TB998_15006_01.002

 

Whenever I combine the files to make the 1 file containing the .iso the resulting file is always corrupt.  I have renmaed the files to the example you provide as well as a few other attempts and nothing appears to resolve the combined file from being corrupt.

 

 

 

 

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