0 mb MP3 file?

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chocomocha
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0 mb MP3 file?

Post by chocomocha » Jan 26th, '09, 20:20

Hi, im trying to record a mp3 album into a CD, but the problem is all the file said its 0 mb?
So when i try to record it into a CD file, its not happening. Do you know whats wrong?
& what i can do to solve the problem.

Please help, thank u.

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groink
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Post by groink » Jan 26th, '09, 20:33

Ouch! If the file is zero, there is really nothing you can do about the file. You'll need to go back to the source of the file. It would be good to know exactly how you obtained the MP3 file (downloaded it using web browser, BitTorrent, copied it from a MP3 player, iTunes, etc.,) so that when you do get the MP3 file from the source, you can avoid having the problem again.

--- groink

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Post by noisia » Jan 26th, '09, 21:06

This also happens if a sector on your Hard Drive is corrupt. Happened to me, but quite a few sectors on my old HDD got corrupted and I lost two Hitomi Shimatani albums :( All the mp3 files gave a 0MB reading as a result and you can't get corrupt data back.

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Post by chocomocha » Feb 8th, '09, 02:46

groink: Thanks for the help, i gave up trying to solve it.

noisia: sorry to hear.

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