Often the text of error messages is searchable using search engines such as Google. The trick is to use the portion of the error message that is unlikely to change. So when I pasted "Error: Can't extract files from" into Google (you may be familiar with it), I get the following two links as the first, second, and third hits:
I don't know if any of these will answer your question because... well, you haven't asked a question. But maybe they'll illustrate how the process of researching an error might begin. The next step would be to determine if these are of any help. And if not, come back here asking an actual question, explaining what you've tried, what research you've already done, and what issues you're still seeing.
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