troubleshooting Question

Accessing corrupt m4a audio file

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TedMoreyFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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Hi - I was recording an interview with my iPhone 5 when after about 75 minutes into it someone called my phone. Although an m4a audio file was created (it's about 29MB in size) and I am able to copy it to my computer, my usual audio editor (AVS Audio Convertor) is telling me that the file is corrupt and it won't play in Windows Media Player when double clicked (although other m4a files do). Any ideas how I can get at the contents of this file? Cheers Ed
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