My bet is you're probably feeding some wrong parameter to Lame when calling it up via EAC (the 'Compression' screen that comes up when you press F11 on EAC). Are you using 'User Defined Encoder'?It could also be that you've changed one of the following since you've last successfully had EAC to encode to MP3:-any parameter on 'Additional command-line options';-your EAC version (the latest ones have changed the way you enter id3 tags, for instance;-your lame.exe locationDid you give the guide I told you a good read?
Don't mention it. Glad to know it worked out for you in the end.
-b 320 -h --add-id3v2 --ignore-tag-errors --ta "%artist%" --tt "%title%" --tg "%genre%" --tl "%albumtitle%" --ty "%year%" --tn "%tracknr%" %source% %dest%
You should really use a lossless compression instead of archiving wav files. You can save a ridiculous amount of hard drive space by using FLAC at default compression. The FLAC format will also allow you to tag and embed art work and it also has a checksum that can verify the integrity of the FLAC file.