I'm familiar with it but have never used it. If I understand it correctly, it comes in handy when you're missing a piece, but in this case we have all the pieces and one or more of them is bad. So it seems it would be as easy to re-upload the bad piece as it would to ask someone to learn yet another piece of software.
If there are other benefits to it please advise! However, I think in this case the error correction provided by winrar would work just as well.
Too bad it took me over 24 hours to upload the thing, and three days for datnervt to download it.
Anyway I'm kind of pissed off at mediafire, and http uploading in general. I wish datnervt had used your torrent. A simple force recheck of a torrent guarantees a perfect hash.
<edit> It appears that quickpar can find corrupt files too...sounds good to me, but I really hate asking someone who is unfamiliar even with multipart archives to learn yet another program. Or maybe it's just ME who doesn't want to learn another program. LOL