computer gurus please help

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  1. HodgesJ300

    HodgesJ300 New Member

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    Hey I was hoping someone who knows a lot about file formats could help me out. I have an audio file I need to be able to play back for my work that has the extension '.EOF'. I googled this and it looks like it means 'end of file'? None of the app's on my computer seem to be able to play it. If someone could tell me a compatible program, or how I could at least convert it to another format, I'd be very appreciative. :bowdown:
     
  2. optendo

    optendo The next generation of console gaming!

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    yah I never heard of it. Just tried search too and found nothing.
     
  3. cmsurfer

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    Never heard of it either.

    Where did you get the file from? How big is it? Just for the hell of it, rename it an an .mp3 or something and see what happens.
     
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    yep.

    how do you know it's an audio file?
    I'm guessing at some point you heard it... what app played it?
     
  5. Antitheses

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    Hate to ask the obvious, but have you tried renaming the extention to .mp3 or something?
     

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