Integrity tester for WMA files?


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Does anyone know of a program that can automatically test the integrity of Lossless WMA and FLAC files?

I've got about (500GB+) of files (mostly WMA) on the internal hard drive of a media centre PC, but the hard drive has started to show lots of bad sectors and some of the files have become corrupted.

Most (about 350GB) are backed up in a couple of places, but I'm a little concerned that some errors may have been transferred to these back-ups too.

I'd rather only have to re-rip the corrupted files and not have to listen to them all to check!

I found some references to wmtools.exe on the net and a program called asfcheck, but there is no access to it on the Microsoft site.

Any suggestions gratefully received.

Many thanks.


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Just to answer my own question and to help anyone who comes across ths thread with a similar problem, it turns out that dbpoweramp can handle this with it's Test Coversion feature.

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