Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: Mp3 corruption?
RE: Mp3 corruption?
From: Touillaud Nicolas <Nicolas.Touillaud_at_fr.thalesgroup.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2004 17:36:19 +0100
Yap, sound like magic to me ! :)
Seriously... Did you try to scan your disk for error (by the way, what is
your file system: ntfs, fat32, fat16, linux ?), crossed linked files are
likely to be detected.
But the MP3 structure seem ok, and THAT is magic :)
I've never faced a problem like this, on any file system I know (I've
already had corrupted files but they were unusable...)
De : Rocker [mailto:rocker_at_shaw.ca]
Envoyé : lundi 15 mars 2004 17:20
À : Rockbox development
Objet : Re: Mp3 corruption?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nathan Gray" <sanguination_at_hotmail.com>
Sent: Monday, March 15, 2004 12:29 AM
Subject: Mp3 corruption?
Not sure what kind of problem this is, but I've experienced it to some
degree over the last six years on many pcs and filesystems ranging from
win95 && fat16 to ntsf && XP.
Problem: After some amount of time, songs seem to corrupt themselves and
exchange frames with seemingly unrelated mp3s. Let me give an example: some
mp3, say xxyy.mp3 in subfolder xxyy up and mixed with wwpp.mp3 in subfolder
The locations of the mixing files is random, and it appears that at some
point memory bits in the filesystem freaked out and so mixed with those of a
song. It does not go both ways though - only one song is affected at a time,
which makes it really hard to track down which files are screwed up! Indeed
it makes for a rude awakening when you are listening to say Bach and a
portion of a Godsmack song kicks in at the 3 minute mark.
This usually happens when I have a large number of song files on a partition
say 10-15gb...Also, text and other file formats don't get corrupted.
Anyone had this problem? Is it a result of cross-linked files? If so, how do
I avoid this? It's a horrid waste of time to have to go back and rip the cd
or find the mp3 someplace on the net. You know?
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Received on 2004-03-15