Audacity doesn't export WAV file anymore?!

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  1. Excasr Someone From The Dark

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    I downloaded Audacity because I'm doing part of the chorus Be Prepared now. It was working normally, just an annoying sound but it's probably my microphone.

    So I decided to sing some musics I like to test it. I sang Simple and Clean and exported it to my computer, in WAV format. The result was good and works in my computer.

    Then I sang the Be Prepared, save in WAV format and it worked too.

    But now I sang another music and when I try to export it to my computer it says:

    The / is ON the letter O. I don't know what this thing means.

    Then when I see the folder I saved the file, it is there. Normal. WAV and everything, but when I try to open it on my Windows Media Player it says something like this:

    And doesn't open it.

    Does anyone know what happened? And how can I fix it?

    Thank you in advance.

    EDIT: Another recording program may be useful as well.
     
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    This maybe your problem explained here: http://forum.audacityteam.org/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=60424

    It seems that you have a corrupted project file.

     
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  4. Stardust Your powers are too weak to help me!

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    A'ight, problem appears to be solved so I am going to go ahead and close this, but just let a staff member know if you need it reopened for anything.

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