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 MMH Split 2.0


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MMH Split is a simple utility to split a large file into smaller files.

Features
Split huge files.
High speed files splitting and joining.
Simultaneous file access.
Pause and resume the splitting or joining process.
Control main thread priority and buffer size.
Create custom split profiles.
Windows integration.
Generate Sfv files for parts.
Check Sfv file before joining (Crc32 Check).
Shutdown windows after splitting or joining process.
Self Joiner (a stand-alone application to join your parts with out installing MMH Split).
Friendly & simple Gui.
File Information
File Name MMH Split 2.0 added by marko
Submitted May 3 2009, 11:45 PM
Last Updated May 3 2009, 11:45 PM
File Type  (zip - application/zip)
Screenshot Click here for full screenshot
Statistics
File Size 241.28K (Estimated Download Times)
Views 265
Downloads 23
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Author's Site http://www.mmhsoft.com/?q=taxonomy/term/13
Will Run On 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7
Requirements No Information
Mirror No Information
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Last ten submissions accepted 
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