I used a "-h" option from WAV and encoded it. A CRC error occurs if i doverify of WV which made. But, as for the file which I encoded in "normal" fromsame WAV, a CRC error does not occur.
Have you tried extracting this troublesome section of the WAV file and just compressing it i.e. create a new WAV file just containing the silent start part of the main WAV file?If you are able to produce a short sample WAV file that causes a problem on your PC, then you could compress it with WavPack normal and upload it somewhere where others can try the file (we'd extract, get the WAV file and try compressing with -h on our PCs).
Both files compress (and verify) fine on my PC using both -h and -hh options. I'm using WavPack 4.41 to test with.Unfortunately this would tend to suggest some sort of problem with your PC as if it were a general problem with WavPack (with these files) you would expect me to have CRC errors also.Do you overclock your PC? What O.S. are you running?