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    I have an incomplete (98%) APE file which I tried to convert to WAV using dbpoweramp converter and partway through it stopped and gave me a decompression error. Is there anyway I can convert this entire incomplete file to WAV?
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  2. http://www.monkeysaudio.com/download.html

    .APE is Monkey's Audio - a lossless audio codec. You may have more success by using their own decompresser.

    Good luck!
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  3. I found this on the Monkey's Audio forum:

    Recovering 'broken' Apes
    The WinAmp APE plug-in allows you to "ignore bitstream errors", but you really don't want to hear a corrupt APE. Not until you turn down the volume and open all your windows!
    You could try using the WinAmp APE plug-in (included as part of the Monkey's Audio installation) set to "ignore bitstream errors" and set WinAmp to write the output to a WAV file. That should recover whatever audio is recoverable.

    -drj
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    You could try goldwave with the APE plugin.
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  5. APE and WAV are all lossless audio codec, no need to convert to each other, as to me
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