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    Ooops, borked my file system.

    Whoops...

    I usually put win2000 into hibernate when I shut down. After shutting it down, I took it in the house and copied over some updated mp3's. I have been fixing filenames, getting all the id3 tags, right, etc.

    When I booted it in the car, it tried to resume it from files that had been changed, and it broke everything.



    Good thing I got all the mp3s on my desktop, too, copying everything over now... That could have been a disaster!

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    jeez arby, you seem to be having problems lately. Stay away from my setup!
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