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I think you mean archive damage. But as this question has not many to do with ESS here the short answer:

For zip files there is no way to repair it AFAIK. Rar files you can sometimes repair/restore if they contain special data which allows this. I don't know which software can do this, but WinRAR is one example.

But if you asked this because you saw such messages in ESS then don't care about this, because a file which is damaged cannot do anything badly.

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