Click the Windows "Start" button, "All Programs" and then the WinRAR program icon.
Click "Tools" in the main WinRAR window, and then click "Scan Archive for Viruses."
Click the "Virus Scanners Found by WinRAR" drop-down menu, and select "User Defined." Click "Browse" to locate the ESET NOD32 executable file. Navigate to "Local Disk (C:)," "Program Files," "ESET" and then the "ESET NOD32 Antivirus" directory. Click "Egui.exe," and then "Open" to select the executable file." Click "OK" to save these settings. WinRAR will remember your anti-virus settings in the future.
Press and hold the "ALT" key, and then press "D" on your keyboard to scan an archive with ESET NOD32.
Install the latest version of WinRAR if you do not have it already. When installed, WinRAR should integrate into the Windows Explorer.
Navigate to the folder and files that you want to archive. Select the files and folders to highlight them. Right-click on the highlighted area. Click "Add to archive." On the general settings page, choose "Best" under Compression Method.
Click the "Advanced" tab. Click "Set password." Check the box next to "Show password." Type in the password of your choice. Write down the password if you are likely to forget it. Click "OK."
Click "OK" back on the main window and wait for the files and folders to be archived.
Find the latest definition database for Nod32. To do this, you may have a number of choices. Either you can download the latest definition files from a torrent or file-sharing site, or you can find them on a computer running a constantly updated version of Nod32. The latter is much safer and should be chosen if at all possible. For example, if you have a friend who always keeps an up-to-date virus-definition database, you can copy the update files over from his computer.
Navigate to "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\ESET" on the computer containing the updated database. If the computer is running Windows Vista or Windows 7, the directory will be "C:\ProgramData\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus." If you can't find the directory, it is likely because it is hidden. To reach it, simply copy and paste the appropriate directory from above into your Windows Explorer and press "Enter." Copy the entire folder "Updfiles" onto a pen drive or other media.
Ensure that Nod32 is properly shut down and not running on your offline computer. Copy the folder to your Nod32 update directory and start Nod32 again.
Download and then install Izarc (see Resources below).
Click "File" and then "New Archive."
Select the RAR file. Once you do, you will see a folder in the middle of the Izarc program.
Click on the file to highlight that folder. Then, click the "Extract" button at the top of Izarc. A small box will appear.
Click on the small folder icon on the right side of the box. Then, choose where you want the information in the RAR file to be extracted. When you're ready, click the "Extract" button at the bottom of the box. The folder will then be extracted. From there, you will be able to play the AVI files that were located in the RAR file.