Making a backup - Corrupted file

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    pinballwiz

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    I'm copying the contents of my TT920 to my pc's hard drive and it came up with a file, gnsdata could not be copied because it is corrupted.

    Actually, this file cannot be renamed or deleted.

    What is this file, and is there anything I can do to fix it?

    Thanks,
    Rob
     
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    Do you know what folder that file is in? I don't see it in the root folder. I just searched both my original backup and my additional backups and don't find that file at all.
     
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    Are you using HOME to do the backup/restore?
     
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    No. Per the advice of many here, I just used Windows Explorer.

    After doing a 'repair' on the TT volume, the file in question was deleted, and all seems back to normal.

    Rob
     
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