For a couple of months I have been using a DRM-remover+converter, to transform ten thousand locked WMA files into free MP3 files. There were no problems when I did this on the old XP, but when I purchased this new Vista, I had to cut down on expenses for a while. One of the tricks, I thought, was to run the giveaway programs, that I had on the old XP, off the backup drive. It seemed to go well, but now I have discovered that several of the audio files are damaged: they are almost empty but not all empty. Because they are not all empty I really have no program that will offer to find them. And I am not going to search for them manually...
So my question is: How to find ALMOST empty audio files
in a large collection of folders and subfolders?
Perhaps there even is a program that can do it automatically?
the thumb is for your eyes and pleasure only, "Concentration" © Swamibu (Flickr):HowTo find ALMOST empty audio files?