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    Default How to open an old PIT file?

    I'm not sure if this is off topic but I would like to know what to use in order to open a PIT (mac compression format) file in windows 7. Or convert it. Thanks.

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    Default Re: How to open an old PIT file?

    Thanks for the input.

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    Default Re: How to open an old PIT file?

    Let us know if that works please, in case someone ever asks in the future, thanks!

    Hopefully it will work, I searched through Google for a while for ya, and it seemed like that was what was always suggested so hopefully it will work!

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    Default Re: How to open an old PIT file?

    I was able to open the file but I used a different app instead. It turns out that it had a p3t extension which meant that it was a PS3 theme, even though windows was identifying it as a PIT file. I was a able to open it with PS3ThemeCreator from A.R.K. soft and had no need for Stuffit. Sorry for the delay in giving you an answer.

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    Default Re: How to open an old PIT file?

    Ahh thanks for the update, nice to see you were eventually able to verify the file type open it

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