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Old 10-27-2008, 01:51 PM
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I just needed to say "Good Bye" to all the files with a reformatting and the problem was solved.
Good to hear you have it working again.

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I'd love to know what causes corrupt files so that I don't repeat this any time soon (or maybe they just happen on their own?).
Doing things like this can do it easily:

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As I huffed and puffed and sweat gathered on my forehead, I turned the whole thing off a third of the way through the rebuilding. That may have been panicky-stupid because after it left that mode it appears I have one third of my over 5000 songs.
The ZVM's filesystem/database is practicly one in the same. Many times, with a corruption or problem, a Cleanup should resolve the issue. If a Cleanup doesn't resolve the issue, the corruption may be so severe the only way to resolve it is to Format; which will recreate the fileystem/database instead of trying to repair it.
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