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Old 29th December 2010, 13:01   #2
Batter Pudding
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Have all the WMA files come from the same source? Or are you sitting there with random heap of P2P sourced tracks?

If the latter, then it will not be surprising that there are problems. Many P2P tracks are plain corrupted and incomplete. Or just badly ripped.

If you did the CD ripping yourself to WMA... then we will have more luck.

Are you just hitting one big convert of all 4000 tracks in one hit? Or are you doing batches of 500?

When you do get that "bad file": Does it playback okay? Does the track convert at the second attempt?


Another vitally important item - what state is your hard disk in? When was the last Error Check of the hard disk? And how badly fragmented is it?
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