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post Oct 7 2008, 20:53
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I used a "-h" option from WAV and encoded it. A CRC error occurs if i do
verify of WV which made. But, as for the file which I encoded in "normal" from
same WAV, a CRC error does not occur. A check of MD5 tried it with possible
FLAC 1.2.1, but there was not a problem.

Same phenomenon is caused with both 4.41.0 and 4.50.0, but may cause a
problem by a tool outputting WAV from CD-DA?

*result of verify(foobar2000 v0.9.4.5+foo_verifier.dll)
Item: "D:\h_option.wv"
Error: CRC mismatch
Error: CRC mismatch
Error: CRC mismatch
Error: MD5 mismatch

Item: "D:\non_option.wv"
No problems found.

Item: "D:\preset_5.flac"
No problems found.

1 item could not be decoded.

List of undecodable items:
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post Oct 8 2008, 21:32
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None of the options should give you an error, stressful or not. If one does, your hardware is probably broken and you must replace the part.

The tricky thing is to determine which component is broken. Data corruption is caused by bad RAM or chipset bugs most of the time. You can test your RAM with Memtest86+, let it run overnight. If the RAM is OK then it's probably your CPU+motherboard. Another possibility is harddisk with not yet relocated bad sectors. Have a look at the SMART value and do a sector scan with HDTune.
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