Despite having all the necessary codecs installed on a computer, video files might still refuse to play because of audio/video corruption of the file. A broken or corrupt .AVI file usually refuses to play on any media player and if it plays does not allow seeking because of a missing/corrupted index header. This problem is often a common occurrence when using muti-part download manager which splits the file and fetches them from various connections which could lead to corrupted/missing frames.
Luckily, we have an simple to use utility like DivFix++ for Windows, Mac and Linux to fix these common avi file issues. DivFix++ uses a number of tricks to fix AVI files in a zippy. DivFix++ can not only Strip the Index with a click, but also detect and repair frames so media-players and video converters are able to use the corrupted file with full seeking ability.