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.ape files corruption

Reply #25
you forgot the quotes again:

E:\Musica\Album>sweep for %i in (*.flac) do e:\musica\album\flac -t "%i"

Josh

.ape files corruption

Reply #26
uh..i putted the quotes in the (*.flac) part...thank you for your help, now i will try this format.

.ape files corruption

Reply #27
it doesn't work, and i don't know why..the quotes are correct now but flac decoder can't open files.




E:\Musica\Album>sweep for %i in (*.flac) do e:\musica\album\flac -t "i%"


(...)


E:\Musica\Album\ZERO7-~1\SIMPLE~2>e:\musica\album\flac -t i%

flac 1.1.0, Copyright © 2000,2001,2002,2003 Josh Coalson
flac comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.  This is free software, and you are
welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions.  Type `flac' for details.


i%: ERROR initializing decoder
    state = 2:FLAC__FILE_DECODER_ERROR_OPENING_FILE

E:\Musica\Album\ZERO7-~1\SIMPLE~2>e:\musica\album\flac -t i%

flac 1.1.0, Copyright © 2000,2001,2002,2003 Josh Coalson
flac comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.  This is free software, and you are
welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions.  Type `flac' for details.


i%: ERROR initializing decoder
    state = 2:FLAC__FILE_DECODER_ERROR_OPENING_FILE



my folder tree is like this:


e:
--musica
----------album
flac.exe
sweep.exe
-----------------album 001
01.flac
02.flac
-----------------album 002
01.flac
02.flac
-----------------album 002
01.flac
02.flac
-----------------album 004

and so on.

.ape files corruption

Reply #28
Quote
it doesn't work, and i don't know why..the quotes are correct now but flac decoder can't open files.

E:\Musica\Album>sweep for %i in (*.flac) do e:\musica\album\flac -t "i%"

Make sure that you use "%i" and not "i%"

.ape files corruption

Reply #29
whoops  i'm going blind

.ape files corruption

Reply #30
Looks like Drago has sorted his problem now, but I thought I would add my .ape file corruption experience to this thread.

My audio server is a Athlon 900 with 256mb ram, Hitachi 120Gb drive, not overclocked, but I do use a home made fanless power supply which does not always give the most stable of outputs. This stays on permanently and I control what I listen to through my network.

I started to encounter occasional bitstream errors shortly after ripping most of my cd's. To check whether it was a problem with my audio server, I played the track back through a different PC and also copied the file to the PC and played it straight from the hard disk. With one or two tracks it played fine, but generally I would still encounter errors, so I deduced the file was corrupt.

I had slowly been creating a list of all the files with errors so I could have a big session to re-rip them.

However, a couple of days ago I was tidying the wiring up in my audio server and swapped the hard disk cable from a round one back to an 80 conductor flat ribbon.
Since then I have not encountered any new errors, and the previously 'corrupt' files all seem ok.
Whether this is due to a re-boot or the cable swap I am unsure, but I would be interested to hear if anyone else has encountered something similar.

Phill

 
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