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Anyone know of a 64-bit or 32-bit windows compatible program to WaveZip compressed files? I just tried to install WaveZip on my 64-bit Windows machine and it is 16-bit and won't install.

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migrated from Feb 21 '14 at 10:39

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If you have access to a 32 bit machine where you can install WaveZip, I would recommend decompressing whatever files you have.

If you still want to store them in a compressed format, you can convert them to flac or another lossless format that supports compression.

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