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I was moving a huge folder of video files and didn’t notice that my computer was “stuttering” a bit until I played a song and it was making the music on my computer sound real funky from time to time. Would that stuttering that happened periodically have caused any of those video files to develop sort of a skip to then or corrupt them? It seemed like they all moved fine and they all load into VLC properly.
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>Would that stuttering that happened periodically have caused any of those video files to develop sort of a skip to then or corrupt them?
No, digital.
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Cool, I just get a bit paranoid after one time I had a crash when moving a folder and lost half my files. Thanks for putting my mind at ease.



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