Quote: Originally Posted by pmcgarr
A possible solution to the MP3 file corruption issue
If some of your MP3 files have already been affected, you might be able to restore the corrupted MP3 files to their pre-edit status. To do this, follow these steps:
- In Windows Explorer, right-click a corrupted MP3 file, and then click Properties.
- On the Previous Version tab, select an earlier version in the File Versions list, and then click Restore. If multiple edits were performed, you may have to revert to the oldest version that is available.
That's a good tip. It'd be nice if there was a way to do it for 6000 songs at once
. Unfortunately for me, they've been copied across the network, and back a couple times recently, so there are no previous versions. I'll be starting a new library and slowly replacing all of my music.