Damaged Mp3z

Posted on 2002-04-17
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Last Modified: 2013-12-28
Recently I formatted my hard disk. I temporarily transferred my mp3s to another hard disk & later copied it back. However some refused to copy, giving the message "Cyclic Redundancy" or something...

most of the mp3s in that folder now give clicks when played back (especailly ones just before or after the files that did not get copied). I have even tried copying them on a cd & playing them on another computer, but to no avail.

Is there software which can repair these files?

Question by:ak47k
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LeeTutor earned 800 total points
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I was going to send you some info and a CNET link for a program called MP3Trim, which could be used to suit your purpose, but when I checked the link, I found it was no longer valid.  So what I'll send you instead is a link to Cnet's list of programs I found when I searched for MP3 and Edit:


You should be able to find something in this list of 80 programs found.
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I found MP3Trim, and it appears it will do what you want. It is also free:

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ak47k, is your question answered, or not?  If none of the above was what you wanted, and you're still looking for some help, then please give us some feedback.
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Only 7 answers graded out of 11 questions asked.  Award to me, if no answer from ak47k.

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