I've noticed on a few files I've made recently in VirtualDub using AviSynth scripts that they are totally fine on the computer I make them on but after I copy them over the network to another computer then they have these weird glitches (see attachments)
What would cause this? I ran CrystalDiskInfo on all my drives to see if they were failing and they are all fine. I've never had issues where files are corrupt while copying them over the network before.
Anyone ever had an issue like this before? It's a bizarre one.
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I've had this happen to me in the past with a bad D-Link switch. I eventually proved it by moving winzip files back and forth;
they would no longer extract without error, due to a CRC discrepancy.
You should first do the CHKDSK x: /F command from the Admin CMD prompt, where x is the relevant drive letter.
Be prepared to restart the system and it will run at the next boot
On the otherhand, it may not be this kind of error at all, but a video playback error due a different video decoder in use.
Have you tried copying the file back to the original PC to see these errors persist?
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Once I had same problem because of faulty RAM. Try to run tests with Prime95 or similar program.
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