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how to verify the integrity of files en masse

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by ubamous3, Oct 15, 2004.

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  1. ubamous3

    ubamous3 Thread Starter

    Jul 5, 2002

    i dont know if there's a program that will do this but i'll ask any way; i had a 160g divided in 2 2 partitions; i decided i didnt need that primary partition with the OS any more so i deleted it and securely formatted it in pm8; then after reboot, i tried to distribute unallocated space from the former primary part (i.e. merging them together in effect); well, it was doing its thing and then it bsod on me; so my secondary partition (with mp3's videos, apps, isos, documents, etc...) are recognized through window explorer and through getdataback for ntfs BUT not all the files are good!!! like some video files play just some techno music and a lot of the mp3's dont'play

    my question is instead of testing each file individually, is there a program that will scan them and tell u that the files are a ok? that'd be extremely helpful but i'm not aware of such program.

    also, if an mp3 is corrupted this way, what do u guys recommend a utility to fix it?

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