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  • Ozzdog
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Corrupt 16 bit .FLAC?
Hi,

I've been using foobar2000 with relative ease over the last while, and everything works great. Unfortunately, a CD image I have (16 bit .FLAC) keeps giving me this error

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Unable to open item for playback (Unsupported format or corrupted file)


The source from which I acquired this CD image has never presented me with such a problem.

What could I do to fix this? Is the file simply corrupt and no good?

Thanks,
Ozzdog

EDIT: *duhhh stupid me!* posted this in the wrong section by accident (I thought it was a wavpack while I was writing this, but halfway through realized it was .flac and forgot to change forums!
Sorry for posting in the wrong spot, guess this should be moved.
  • Last Edit: 09 February, 2010, 12:02:01 PM by Ozzdog
F*ck the police.

  • shakey_snake
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Corrupt 16 bit .FLAC?
Reply #1
Install foo_verifier, see what it says.
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  • Ozzdog
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Corrupt 16 bit .FLAC?
Reply #2
I get this, presuming it means that the file will never work.

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Item: "C:\Documents and Settings\Desktop\Morse Code - La Marche Des Hommes\CDImage.flac"
MD5: 1CE2BBBE14EF55816363D52D2F90B1BC
CRC32: 6E748B3D
Error: Corrupted FLAC stream


1 item could not be correctly decoded.

List of undecodable items:
"C:\Documents and Settings\Desktop\Morse Code - La Marche Des Hommes\CDImage.flac"
F*ck the police.

  • shakey_snake
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Corrupt 16 bit .FLAC?
Reply #3
Probably. You might want to run chkdsk on that volume.
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