Testing audio files for corruption 2006-06-06 03:48:30 Today I was finally able to recover all my music files from a hard drive that, to put it simply, had become unreadable. I used GetDataBack for NTFS, and as far as I can tell, 100% of my data has been restored. However, I am still paranoid about some of my files becoming corrupted or damaged somewhere during the process and am hoping that someone can put me at rest. I'm looking for a quick way to tell if any of my files were damaged or corrupted during the recovery process so that I can replace them now before I potentially discover problems later on. I guess I could just play them all, but that would take far too much time... any suggestions, or am I just being paranoid?